The Bay Area Black Journalists Association is hosting a Q&A at the Impact Hub in San Francisco on Wednesday, Oct. 30, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. All four candidates, Chesa Boudin, Leif Dautch, Suzy Loftus and Nancy Tung will participate in a one-on-one format, moderated by KPFA radio host and journalist Davey D Cook.
This particular race is especially important as the outcome could change the criminal justice landscape in San Francisco. The open forum is the last time undecided voters will have the opportunity to hear each candidate address issues that concern the community.
Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 5.
To register for free tickets for Wednesday’s Q&A, go to Eventbrite.
Founded in March 1982, the Bay Area Black Journalists Association (BABJA) is an organization of African American media professionals and students representing radio, television, print, public relations, online journalism and advertising. The association is the Bay Area’s Black media organization of choice with the objective to groom Black media professionals for leadership; to enhance the coverage of issues of concern to African American people; to work with Bay Area media in hiring and cultivating more Blacks in management and to make the media more responsible. Visit BABJA at https://babja.org/. As a nonprofit 501c3, BABJA does not endorse candidates. The illustrations here reflect the Bay View’s endorsement of Chesa Boudin.