Tag Archives: San Francisco

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Loma Prieta Earthquake: 25 Years Later

By Steve Hockensmith and Anthony Lazarus, SFSU News Geologists and engineers aren’t the only ones who learn something from seismic events. Since the major Bay Area quake of 1989, the experts who study how people [...]
Community leaders join the SFAACC at VIP reception for the new Prime Minister of the Republic of Fiji
(left to right) Fred Jordan, Conway Jones, Will Ussery, Barry Dow, Caesar Churchwell,Linda Richardson, Carla Thomas, Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama "Frank" Bainaimarama, Shonda Scott, Mathew Ajiake, Jitendra Singh,Paul Henderson, Robert Brackins, Doug Parish(back) Jay Singh Myles Stevens
(seated) Ulysses Montgomery and Frazier Scott.

SF African American Chamber Welcomes Prime Minister of Fiji

The San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday evening hosted the new prime minister of the Republic of Fiji, Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, in an event at Yoshi’s.Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, known as [...]
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Congressman John Lewis Talks History & Hope at the Calvary Presbyterian Church

Congressman John Lewis talked about history, freedom and the hope for the future at the Calvary Presbyterian Church in San Francisco on Saturday Sept. 20. Lewis introduced, “March Book One,” a graphic novel that will [...]
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BWOPA Member Yolanda Jones Turns Personal Tragedy into Professional Triumph

Like many people, Yolanda Jones has undergone a fair share of personal tragedy. She was a victim of domestic violence for 14 years while also working to raise her disabled son who was has cerebral [...]
Woman Old as Wisdom (Zakiya Iman Markland, right) leads the ensemble telling the life story of Oscar Clifton (Keith Wallace, left) in Ubuntu Theater Project's production of Marcys Gardley's "Dance of the Holy Ghosts" Photo: Natalie Khuen

Ubuntu Theater Project Hosts “Breaking Chains” Theatre Festival

Exciting theater festival focused on diversity and affordability features award-winning Oakland playwright, two military plays in an airplane hangar, a play entered in both the NYC and SF Fringe Festivals, and two one-woman shows – [...]
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Families Celebrate Life-Giving Transplants at Annual UCSF Picnic

By Scott Maier, UCSF News On a bright summer Saturday, dozens of children and their family members gathered at McNears Beach Park in San Rafael, listening to music, kayaking, having their faces painted, smashing piñatas, [...]