Aug/31/2016 Gate Gourmet is Hiring – Cooks/Food Prep, Kitchen Interior & Drivers

Posted by lgannon • August 31st, 2016

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Aug/30/2016 Bakery Training w/ Job Placement Opportunity – Free Food Handler Card

Posted by lgannon • August 30th, 2016

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Aug/28/2016 Black Voices Performance Series “Our Stories, Our Lives!” – 3:00pm

Posted by lgannon • August 28th, 2016

Black Voices Performance Series
Our Stories,
Our Lives!
Antoine Hunter, dancer; Aqueila M. Lewis, poet, spoken word artist;
Luna Malbroux comedienne, Thomas Robert Simpson, solo performance artist and others in bold, uncompromising performances exploring issues around and related to
BLACK MATTERS!.

When:
Friday, August 26, 8 pm, Tickets $25

Saturday, August 27, Gala Reception, 7 pm, Performance 8 pm, tickets $35
Light refreshments

Sunday, August 28, 3 pm, tickets $25

Location:
African American Arts and Culture Complex, 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA

 

Featured Artists:

Antoine D. Hunter, based in Oakland, is an internationally acclaimed African American deaf choreographer, dancer, instructor, actor, mentor, model, poet, producer, and advocate. Using current events, such as: police killings, the Black Lives Matter! movement, discrimination etc., Antoine will consolidate these issues and premier a new solo dance  giving voice to the Black male experience. He is currently Artistic Director of Urban Jazz Dance Company. Hunter will perform Friday and Saturdaynights. Hunter will perform Friday and Saturday nights.

 

Aqueila M. Lewis will perform: Saving Black Lives: One Word At A Time, a spoken word performance exploring the here and now in Black life.  Aqueila is an award winning, multi-talented writer, performing artists and journalist. She is also  immersed in the hip hop culture as the executive producer and radio host of All The Rest of Us, Side Show and After Hours Radio on 94.1 FM KPFA. Aqueila is a graduate of Napa Valley College and UC Berkeley.  For ten years, Aqueila served as Entertainment Chair for the annual Empowering Women of Color Conference (EWOCC) at UC Berkeley.

 

Luna Malbroux will perform Laughter is the Best Weapon,a passionate set providing a keen insight into the social, political and economic time we live in. With a master’s from Columbia University in clinical social work and the crushing debt to prove it, Luna fell back on her sense of humor to survive on the mean streets of San Francisco. Luna is a regularly featured speaker at conferences, workplaces,  and schools on topics surrounding inclusion and diversity. She also is a featured writer with contributions to Fusion.net, KQED, Broke Ass Stuart, and more. She performs regularly in comedy clubs and bars throughout California.

 

Thomas Robert Simpson will perform Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett: The Man, His Life and the Street Named After Him  (1914-1997). This performance will be a tribute honoring Dr. Goodlett’s contribution as a  physician, psychologist, newspaper publisher, political activist and Civil Rights leader in San Francisco.  Whether it be the Black Panther Party, the student strike at San Francisco State University, union organizing, or political activism, Goodlett was intimately involved.  He was an international traveler and a member of numerous international organizations.  The street in front of San Francisco’s City Hall is named after him.

****************************************************************************** AfroSolo is made possible through the support of the African American Art and Culture Complex, California Arts Council, The Friends of AfroSolo, Grants for the Art/Hotel Tax Fund, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Yerba Buena Gardens and
the Zellerbach Family Foundation.

Black Voices Performance Series: ” Our Stories, Our Lives”
Friday August 26, 2016 to Sunday August 28, 2016 This year’s exceptional festival performers will includes bold and provocative soloperformance artist’s Thomas Robert Simpson, AfroSolo’s founder and artistic director; Antoine Hunter, Dancer; Aqueila M. Lewis, Spoken Word Artist; Luna Malbroux, Comedienne and more.

 

Aug/27/2016 Black Voices Performance Series “Our Stories, Our Lives!” – Gala Reception 7pm

Posted by lgannon • August 27th, 2016

Black Voices Performance Series
Our Stories,
Our Lives!

Antoine Hunter, dancer; Aqueila M. Lewis, poet, spoken word artist;
Luna Malbroux comedienne, Thomas Robert Simpson, solo performance artist and others in bold, uncompromising performances exploring issues around and related to
BLACK MATTERS!.

When:
Friday, August 26, 8 pm, Tickets $25

Saturday, August 27, Gala Reception, 7 pm, Performance 8 pm, tickets $35
Light refreshments

Sunday, August 28, 3 pm, tickets $25

Location:
African American Arts and Culture Complex, 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA

 

Featured Artists:

Antoine D. Hunter, based in Oakland, is an internationally acclaimed African American deaf choreographer, dancer, instructor, actor, mentor, model, poet, producer, and advocate. Using current events, such as: police killings, the Black Lives Matter! movement, discrimination etc., Antoine will consolidate these issues and premier a new solo dance  giving voice to the Black male experience. He is currently Artistic Director of Urban Jazz Dance Company. Hunter will perform Friday and Saturdaynights. Hunter will perform Friday and Saturday nights.

 

Aqueila M. Lewis will perform: Saving Black Lives: One Word At A Time, a spoken word performance exploring the here and now in Black life.  Aqueila is an award winning, multi-talented writer, performing artists and journalist. She is also  immersed in the hip hop culture as the executive producer and radio host of All The Rest of Us, Side Show and After Hours Radio on 94.1 FM KPFA. Aqueila is a graduate of Napa Valley College and UC Berkeley.  For ten years, Aqueila served as Entertainment Chair for the annual Empowering Women of Color Conference (EWOCC) at UC Berkeley.

 

Luna Malbroux will perform Laughter is the Best Weapon,a passionate set providing a keen insight into the social, political and economic time we live in. With a master’s from Columbia University in clinical social work and the crushing debt to prove it, Luna fell back on her sense of humor to survive on the mean streets of San Francisco. Luna is a regularly featured speaker at conferences, workplaces,  and schools on topics surrounding inclusion and diversity. She also is a featured writer with contributions to Fusion.net, KQED, Broke Ass Stuart, and more. She performs regularly in comedy clubs and bars throughout California.

 

Thomas Robert Simpson will perform Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett: The Man, His Life and the Street Named After Him  (1914-1997). This performance will be a tribute honoring Dr. Goodlett’s contribution as a  physician, psychologist, newspaper publisher, political activist and Civil Rights leader in San Francisco.  Whether it be the Black Panther Party, the student strike at San Francisco State University, union organizing, or political activism, Goodlett was intimately involved.  He was an international traveler and a member of numerous international organizations.  The street in front of San Francisco’s City Hall is named after him.

****************************************************************************** AfroSolo is made possible through the support of the African American Art and Culture Complex, California Arts Council, The Friends of AfroSolo, Grants for the Art/Hotel Tax Fund, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Yerba Buena Gardens and
the Zellerbach Family Foundation.

Black Voices Performance Series: ” Our Stories, Our Lives”
Friday August 26, 2016 to Sunday August 28, 2016 This year’s exceptional festival performers will includes bold and provocative soloperformance artist’s Thomas Robert Simpson, AfroSolo’s founder and artistic director; Antoine Hunter, Dancer; Aqueila M. Lewis, Spoken Word Artist; Luna Malbroux, Comedienne and more.

 

Aug/26/2016 Black Voices Performance Series “Our Stories, Our Lives!” 8:00pm

Posted by lgannon • August 26th, 2016

Black Voices Performance Series
Our Stories,
Our Lives!

Antoine Hunter, dancer; Aqueila M. Lewis, poet, spoken word artist;
Luna Malbroux comedienne, Thomas Robert Simpson, solo performance artist and others in bold, uncompromising performances exploring issues around and related to
BLACK MATTERS!.

When:
Friday, August 26, 8 pm, Tickets $25

Saturday, August 27, Gala Reception, 7 pm, Performance 8 pm, tickets $35
Light refreshments

Sunday, August 28, 3 pm, tickets $25

Location:
African American Arts and Culture Complex, 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA

 

Featured Artists:

Antoine D. Hunter, based in Oakland, is an internationally acclaimed African American deaf choreographer, dancer, instructor, actor, mentor, model, poet, producer, and advocate. Using current events, such as: police killings, the Black Lives Matter! movement, discrimination etc., Antoine will consolidate these issues and premier a new solo dance  giving voice to the Black male experience. He is currently Artistic Director of Urban Jazz Dance Company. Hunter will perform Friday and Saturdaynights. Hunter will perform Friday and Saturday nights.

 

Aqueila M. Lewis will perform: Saving Black Lives: One Word At A Time, a spoken word performance exploring the here and now in Black life.  Aqueila is an award winning, multi-talented writer, performing artists and journalist. She is also  immersed in the hip hop culture as the executive producer and radio host of All The Rest of Us, Side Show and After Hours Radio on 94.1 FM KPFA. Aqueila is a graduate of Napa Valley College and UC Berkeley.  For ten years, Aqueila served as Entertainment Chair for the annual Empowering Women of Color Conference (EWOCC) at UC Berkeley.

 

Luna Malbroux will perform Laughter is the Best Weapon,a passionate set providing a keen insight into the social, political and economic time we live in. With a master’s from Columbia University in clinical social work and the crushing debt to prove it, Luna fell back on her sense of humor to survive on the mean streets of San Francisco. Luna is a regularly featured speaker at conferences, workplaces,  and schools on topics surrounding inclusion and diversity. She also is a featured writer with contributions to Fusion.net, KQED, Broke Ass Stuart, and more. She performs regularly in comedy clubs and bars throughout California.

 

Thomas Robert Simpson will perform Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett: The Man, His Life and the Street Named After Him  (1914-1997). This performance will be a tribute honoring Dr. Goodlett’s contribution as a  physician, psychologist, newspaper publisher, political activist and Civil Rights leader in San Francisco.  Whether it be the Black Panther Party, the student strike at San Francisco State University, union organizing, or political activism, Goodlett was intimately involved.  He was an international traveler and a member of numerous international organizations.  The street in front of San Francisco’s City Hall is named after him.

****************************************************************************** AfroSolo is made possible through the support of the African American Art and Culture Complex, California Arts Council, The Friends of AfroSolo, Grants for the Art/Hotel Tax Fund, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Yerba Buena Gardens and
the Zellerbach Family Foundation.

Black Voices Performance Series: ” Our Stories, Our Lives”
Friday August 26, 2016 to Sunday August 28, 2016 This year’s exceptional festival performers will includes bold and provocative soloperformance artist’s Thomas Robert Simpson, AfroSolo’s founder and artistic director; Antoine Hunter, Dancer; Aqueila M. Lewis, Spoken Word Artist; Luna Malbroux, Comedienne and more.

 

Aug/25/2016 Buchanan Change – Community Reflection Workshop

Posted by lgannon • August 25th, 2016

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Aug/25/2016 Computer Tutoring – Western Addition Career Center

Posted by lgannon • August 25th, 2016

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To learn more about our events and services, please contact the Career Center at:  
 
1449 Webster St. San Francisco.
Orientations are held MondayTuesdayWednesday and Thursday at 10:00am.
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Aug/25/2016 Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program: Accepting applications for financial assistance!

Posted by lgannon • August 25th, 2016

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The San Francisco Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program 
for Arts, Childcare, and Social Service Sectors
Accepting Financial Assistance Applications 
Financial Assistance application deadline
5 pm on 
October 14, 2016
Apply Now! http://bit.ly/NPDTAapp

STAY CONNECTED 
       
The Northern California Community Loan FundCommunity Arts Stabilization Trust and Urban Solutions announce the availability of financial assistance for San Francisco arts, culture, childcare, and social services nonprofits.
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The Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program provides technical and financial assistance to support nonprofits facing displacement or lease renewals at substantially higher rates amidst a volatile real estate market. 

Financial Assistance Applications 
Due by 5:00 pm on October 14, 2016
For more information and to read the 


Fall 2016 Workshop Information
For more information on the program and application,
please come to a application workshop.
Monday, August 29, 2016
San Francisco Arts Commission
401 Van Ness Ave, Suite 125, San Francisco
2:00-3:30 pm
 
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Roxie Theater
3117 16th Street, San Francisco
5:00-6:30 pm


 
Learn more by visiting


For questions about the Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program or application, please contact Owen Serra at oserra@ncclf.org.


NCCLF  
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Aug/24/2016 Free Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction for Western Addition

Posted by lgannon • August 24th, 2016

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Free for Western Addition service providers and community members
 
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course
7 Wednesday evenings
6:30-8:30 AAACC, Nia Room
Begins Wednesday, August 24th
 
To enroll: call 415-422-4241 or 
 
About the instructor:
Class offered by Rhonda Magee, USF Professor of Law, teaching focuses on Race, Law and Mindfulness for Social Justice, developer of “ColorInsight Practices”; and expertly trained Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction teacher 
 
Learn more about MSBR here
 
 
This course is offered by Engage San Francisco, a university wide initiative at the the University of San Francisco. 
 
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Karin Cotterman
University of San Francisco
Director, Engage San Francisco Initiative
Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117-1080
415-422-5469

Aug/24/2016 Job Corps at Thomas Paine Apartments

Posted by lgannon • August 24th, 2016

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