Equity-Driven Pathways to Healthy Families and Community

Join us for an evening of film, dialogue and healing-based solution-seeking when we screen an excerpt from The Waiting List documentary film, directed by Bay Area filmmaker Tamara Perkins. The film addresses the gender, race and class bias impacting our current childcare and early education system.

Following the screening, our partners at Race Forward will lead Racial Healing Circle connected to supporting and building equitable pathways to healthy families and community.

In closing we will share and capture solutions and connect community members with both resources and ways to get involved in community and advocacy efforts in the Bay Area and beyond.

Special thanks to community partners Indigo ImpactCode TenderloinSelf-Awareness and Recovery, and Race Forward for their support and involvement in this series of events.


Battle for the Bay

It’s a clash between San Francisco and Oakland! Join our Mayor London Breed today and beat Oakland by volunteering to help clean up our neighborhoods.

You can find more information here.

Help inform the need for culturally-responsive mental health services for the Black and African American communities

Today at the African American Arts & Culture Complex “Mo’MAGIC Meeting” the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) will be presenting ways to increase mental health awareness, promote access to prevention and early intervention services, and improve treatment, wellness, and recovery programs. Feedback is crucial to ensuring the MHSA programs meet community mental health needs. Refreshments will be served.

“Changemakers” Book Launch & Mural Celebration

Today is an exciting celebration launch Changemakers: African American Leaders in San Francisco Who Made a Difference, an illustrated book of 95 biographies of civic leaders depicted on the exterior murals of the Ella Hill Hutch Community Center — will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the original murals commissioned in 1999 by activist Leonard “Lefty” Gordon and former President of SF Board of Supervisors Wendy Nelder and funded by Mayor Brown’s Neighborhood Beautification Fund. 

Come join us for this exciting celebration from 4 – 4:45 at Ella Hill Hutch Community Center and from 4:45 – 6 will be outside at the Buchanan Mall.

Register here

The Frisco Kid

Handful Players invites you to come to see a production of The Frisco Kid written and directed by Bay Area hip hop artist Rahman Jamaal and co-director Ben Baker. Starring the talented students in 3rd-5th grades at Rosa Parks School and dance students and it’s choreographed by Brandie Norris. Located at the African America Art & Culture Complex (AAACC) 762 Fulton St. Door will be open at 12:30 pm. Opening Acts features Jazz legend, Dee Spencer and Handful Players’ Teaching Artists.

For more information please contact Judith Cohen at 415-921-8246

Bike to Work Day

Today is Bike to Work Day. Join tens of thousands of San Franciscans by pedaling to work on the biggest biking day of the year! Take the pledge to join us on Bike to Work Day and you’ll be entered in a drawing to win one of three Levi’s Commuter X smart jackets (a $350 value!).

For more information click here.

Revitalize & Refresh Our Neighborhood

Today from 7:30 am – 1 pm Comcast Cares Day is having a Revitalize & Refresh for the five block of the Buchanan Mall. The meet up location will be at the Rosa Parks Senior Center. Come join us and help make our community shine.

For more information click here.