The Woman Who Kept Juneteenth Alive in San Francisco | KQED

Devin Katayama & Ericka Cruz Guevarra,KQED A memorial table at the African American Art and Culture Complex in San Francisco honors community leaders who have passed. Rachel Townsend (center) who died in 2018 is remembered for her activism and organizing of the city’s annual Juneteenth parade. Featured Image Francisco’s Juneteenth, a commemoration of the end…

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SF Mayor Breed envisions adding 1,000 beds for the homeless by end of 2020 | San Francisco Chronicle “We can’t just leave people out on the street. We need options. Letting people sleep in the streets because we don’t have enough shelter beds, that’s a problem.”

“We can’t just leave people out on the street. We need options. Letting people sleep in the streets because we don’t have enough shelter beds, that’s a problem.”

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As San Francisco mayor, London will share power with the poor | San Francisco Bay View The party that jeers at the consequences of white privilege ended up forcing a vote on the Board of Supervisors that replaced an African American woman as mayor with a white man who supervises the city’s wealthiest districts.

The party that jeers at the consequences of white privilege ended up forcing a vote on the Board of Supervisors that replaced an African American woman as mayor with a white man who supervises the city’s wealthiest districts.

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