The latest census suggests that San Francisco’s demographics are changing significantly, and that the African American population is continuing to flee San Francisco.
This Wednesday’s “The State of Black San Francisco” panel at USF is here to, says the press release for the event “explore the State of Black San Francisco from a diversity of perspectives to gain greater insight into these demographic changes and what they mean for the future of San Francisco.”
Facilitated by USF Department of Sociology Professor Stephanie Sears, the panel includes USF School of Law Professor Rhonda Magee, USF Department of Politics Professor James Taylor, SF Supervisor Malia Cohen, Former Executive Director at Coleman Advocates for Children, Youth, and Families N’Tanya Lee, and Malik Looper of Looper Consulting and Mission Y.
Food and drinks, event organizers say, will also be provided.
What: “The State of Black San Francisco” panel and discussion
Where: Berman Hall at USF, inside the Fromm Institute on USF’s main campus just behind St. Ignatius Church along Parker Avenue (Parker at McAllister)
When: Wednesday, October 19 from 6pm-8pm
Cost: free, informative, and engaging!