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Third Street Stroll …

December 5, 2014

As I stroll on 3-STREET, within the blocks bounded by Newcomb and Palou, took time to get a close up look at the Community Christmas Tree on the grounds of the Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre. Ules Tabron Jr., who works for the Opera House, plays Santa every year – look for him during festivities; Dec. 18, 5-9 p.m., in the HEART of the PEOPLE’S Plaza, on Third, between Oakdale and Palou, decorated with beautiful lighting above.

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Local hiring success continues under landmark SF jobs ordinance

June 1, 2013

“The implementation of the Local Hiring Policy for Construction has provided economic and employment opportunities for San Francisco residents,” said Supervisor Avalos. “I look forward to continuing and expanding our partnerships to advance the program to provide good paying jobs to San Franciscans and maximize opportunities for local residents.”

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Burnett Child Development Center to be renamed Leola M. Havard Early Education School after district’s first African American female principal

May 14, 2011

The Burnett Child Development Center has been renamed in honor of the first African American woman school principal in the San Francisco Unified School District, Leola M. Havard. Community members called for a renaming of the school site due to Peter Burnett’s past political stances and support of laws which resulted in the discrimination against Blacks, Asians and Native Americans.

Willie Brown Academy, BVHP’s only middle school, to close

September 6, 2010

SFUSD announced, “Willie Brown Jr. Academic College Preparatory School is closing by the end of school year 2010-2011 in order to rebuild a state of the art facility.” Parent Daphina Marshall commented, “I don’t see where they are going to get the funds to rebuild.”

Ethnic Studies resolution passes School Board unanimously

March 8, 2010

“How can I learn who I can be, when I don’t even know who I am? Ethnic Studies provides me the foundations to learn who I AM!” declared Monet Wilson, a Y-MAC leader at Balboa High School. The San Francisco School Board’s unanimous vote marks a victory for Ethnic Studies in high schools 40 years after the historic trail-blazing fight that brought Ethnic Studies to San Francisco State.

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