Celebrate Bayview Hunters Point and the Bay View National Black Newspaper!
The San Francisco Bay View National Black Newspaper, founded in 1976, is a communications network for the Black community worldwide. Find out more on their website: https://sfbayview.com/about/
About this Event
Come on out to DAY 1 of the Bay View’s incredible fundraiser and celebration to continue on the legacy of our historic National Black Newspaper in our beautiful neighborhood gathering space, Mendell Plaza. Tune in on Zoom: [tinyurl.com/bayview1120](tinyurl.com/bayview1120). Visit www.sfbayview.com for details!
Friday, Nov. 20, includes a lineup of musicians, speakers and food – all local, all multicultural, all love. This event will feature:
Wanda Sabir, Bay View Arts & Culture Editor and founder of Ma’afa Bay Area, speaking on her work with the Bay View and in Bay Area Black culture.
Willie & Mary Ratcliff, Bay View Publisher & Editor, speaking on the history of the Bay View National Black Newspaper and the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood.
Nube Brown, Bay View Managing Editor, reading poetry and letters from prisoners and hosting a mural walk featuring the artists and their work and its role in Bayview Hunters Point’s history.
Malik Washington, Bay View Assistant Editor and On the Street Reporter, out to make your day brighter and everyone’s voices louder!
Rico, aka One Tyme, hip hop artist from Bayview
Stephanie Woodford & Trio, Fillmore jazz musicians
SPOOOKY BOOOGIE, CCSF improvisational musical collaborative
Dat Boi Bpoppin, aka Branden Powell, Bayview resident and hip hop dancer
Keli Lord, CCSF’s African American Studies Department Ambassador and Bayview resident
BBQ dinner will be provided by Mother Brown’s Dining Room.
AAAND: A pop-up art auction!