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    The Crisis in Balck Education:
    Is Everyone’s Responsiblility

    San Francisco CA. – Friday February 3, 2017 Afriican American Art & Culture Complex Hall of Culture, Black histroy month kick off, with Guest speaker: Mr Landon Dickey, Special assitant to the Superintendaent, African American Achievment & Leadership Initiative, San Francisco Unified School District. This recognition will take place at the City Hall Rotunda. 12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m.

    A recognition reception is being given in honor of those who are associated with programs, they are exemplars of the ways in which the crisis in Black Education is
    being addressed. Their work, in the field of education is contributing to eradicating the current crisis and fostering the achievement of African American youth. The purpose of
    this reception is to salute them and the inspiration they provide for all of us.

    The Crisis in Balck Education:
    Is Everyone’s Responsiblility

    San Francisco CA. – Friday February 3, 2017 Afriican American Art & Culture Complex Hall of Culture, San Francisco Art and Culture Complex, 762 Fulton Street, 3rd Floor, Hall of Culture 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

    “Each one can help one.” They are not alone. They are representaive of the many individuals who have dedicated themselves to a lifetime of service to our community. Recognizing them inspire others to do whatever they can do.

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