Highlights From this Week
WHO: SF Office of the Public Defender
WHAT: The Juror Project
WHERE: 555 7th Street, SF, 94103
WHEN: Friday, March 3rd from 3:15pm-4:30pm
CONTACT: Mano Raju, Felony Manager Manohar.Raju@sfgov.org
NOTES: William C. Snowden, Founder of the Juror Project works as a staff attorney at the Orleans Public Defenders and has been there since 2013. As a felony trial attorney, William witnesses the discriminatory practices removing jurors from the jury panel. In response to these practices, William created The Juror Project—an initiative aiming to increase the diversity of jury panels while changing and challenging people’s perspective of jury duty. The Juror Project engages the community through informative meetings and group discussions. William presents at high schools, colleges, churches, neighborhood associations and any other community gatherings to discuss the importance of jury service, the discriminatory practices of some prosecutors, as well as what members can do to actually get on a jury. Please view website for more info http://www.thejurorproject.org/.
WHO: Black Cuisine – A Program of Bayview Senior Services
WHAT: Join Tony! Toni! Toné! At the 37th annual Black Cuisine Festival!
WHERE: Dr. George W. Davis Senior Center, 1753 Carroll Avenue @ Third St., San Francisco, CA
WHEN: Saturday, March 4, 2017 11am – 6pm
CONTACT: More Info: 415.822.1444 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTES: The Bay Area’s biggest lip-smacking, finger-lickin’ soul food celebration, will take place on Saturday, March 4th, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the 37th Annual Black Cuisine Festival in San Francisco’s Bayview Hunters Point, located at the Dr. George W. Davis Senior Center on 1753 Carroll Avenue @ 3rd Street Station. The free event, presented by Bayview Senior Services, will feature live music, vendor booths, a Kid’s zone, and a dazzling variety of food venues. Some of the offerings include fried chicken, catfish, oxtails, ribs, links, black-eyed peas, red beans and rice, greens, yams, mac & cheese, cornbread, sweet potato pie, peach cobbler, pound cake and other soulful delights–all of which will be sure to rival mama and grandmas’ down-home cooking. Black Cuisine will also give soul food novices and chefs an opportunity to share their culinary talents by entering the Soul Food Cooking contest with winners receiving cash prizes. Last year’s festival drew more than 2,000 attendees and we anticipate that number increasing this year. http://bit.ly/Purchase_BlackCuisine_Tickets_Here
WHO: Bayview Opera House
WHAT: Kid’s Movie Night
WHERE: Bayview Opera House
WHEN: March 4th, 5:00pm – 11:00pm
NOTES: We’re kicking off our monthly movie night featuring two feature-length films, arts activities, board games for children ages 5 – 12. The Opera House will provide snacks, pizza, and fruits as well as yoga mats. Register now for just 5 dollars!
Be sure to check out our calendar’s new Summer Section! Filled with workshops & trainings, youth programming, summer camps & employment, events, activities and more!
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* April 29, 2017 *
6th Annual Bayview Youth Summit
* May 3, 2017 *
BMAGIC’s 12th Annual Literacy is Freedom Book Fair
* August 12, 2017 *
Annual BVHP Back to School Celebration & Backpack Giveaway
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