Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Black San Franciscans’ overdose death rate is five times above the citywide rate

If the crisis continues at the present rate, there will be 804 deaths in 2023 alone, of which 241 are Black. We are in a state of emergency.

National Fentanyl Awareness Day: Press conference SF City Hall May 10, 11 a.m.  

In San Francisco, the deadly fentanyl crisis is playing out in a distinctly anti-Black racist pattern that is all too familiar.

Haiti: “The Truth Speaks for Itself”

Support the popular movement in Haiti. Demand an end to U.S. funding for the Haitian National Police and military.   Demand an end to the Biden Administration’s unconscionable attacks on refugees.

Equal Opportunity Council seeks low-income board candidates

PUBLIC NOTICE The Economic Opportunity Council (EOC) is a private nonprofit agency, which provides a range of services to low-income San Franciscans. As the Community Action Agency (CAA) for the City and County of San...