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Bay Area Hospitality Workers March for Black Lives

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Tuesday, June 30, 2020 - 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm | Cost: FREE
William McKinley Statue (The Panhandle) | Baker and Fell St., San Francisco, CA


Bay Area Hospitality for Black Lives (BAHBL), is a coalition that calls for the hospitality industry to actively practice anti-racism. BAHBL is committed to addressing and combatting the racial disparities that are perpetrated daily in our country, our community, and our workplaces.

They will have a solidarity march at 1 pm on Tuesday, June 30th at the William McKinley statue (277 Baker St.) in the Panhandle for a socially distanced gathering. It will begin with a short opening program that highlights the changes we believe are necessary for our industry and will continue with a march through the Western Addition neighborhood in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Event Details


Cost: FREE
Categories: *Top Pick*, In Person, Political Activism, Protests / Causes
Address: Baker and Fell St., San Francisco, CA

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