San Francisco’s Anti-Hate “Solidarity” Rally at Civic Center
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Civic Center Plaza | Grove & Larkin San Francisco, CA 94102
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City Leaders and Community Partners to Host Free Public Event to Launch New “Campaign for Solidarity” to Unite San Francisco Against Hate, Bias, and Violence
What: City officials, community leaders, non-profit organizations, and community partners are inviting the public to join them in San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza this Saturday, April 17 from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. to help launch a new “Campaign for Solidarity” to unite the City’s diverse communities against all forms of hate, discrimination, bias, and violence. The cross-cultural, multi-generational, and family-centered kickoff event will include activities for families, adults, and youth. More than 1,000 Solidarity Toolkits, designed in collaboration with community partners, will be distributed to provide resources for individuals and organizations to raise awareness and engage in conversations within their own communities.
— SF Public Works (@sfpublicworks) April 15, 2021
The “Campaign for Solidarity” is part of the San Francisco Human Rights Commission’s Stand Together SF initiative that was launched last year by San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed. Since October 2020, over 1,100 participants have attended six virtual events connecting San Francisco’s AAPI and African American communities for intergenerational discussions and storytelling about shared struggles, successful examples of allyship, and why standing together is important.
When: Saturday, April 17, 2021, 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Where: San Francisco Civic Center Plaza
Who: Office of San Francisco Mayor London Breed, San Francisco Human Rights Commission, San Francisco Department of Emergency Management, SFO, San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco Police Department, Asian Art Museum, Self-Help for the Elderly, Mega Black SF, Japanese Community Youth Council, San Francisco Community Youth Center, University of San Francisco Leo T. McCarthy Center, Paper Tree, Ella Hill Hutch Community Center, Collective Impact, African American Art and Culture Complex, Japantown for Justice, Fillmore Collaborative, Bi-Rite Family of Businesses, Google, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, United Airlines, Golden State Warriors
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