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African American, Latino Hispanic, Asian American Indigenous The City Project Save SFGWHS Mural

Tuesday 08/06/19 10:30AM News Conference Doctor Amos C. Brown (Chairman of Religious Affairs, President of San Francisco NAACP) will be joined Northern California NAACP Branch Officer Rev. Arnold G. Townsend, Vice President, Alfred Williams President and Chairman of Directors of The San Francisco African American Historical & Cultural Society. Noah Griffin newspaper columnist, jazz singer and former George Washington High School Student Body President, Treasure Island Development Authority Board of Director Linda Fadeke Richardson and Dewey Crumpler | Associate Professor of Painting at the San Francisco Art Institute and the African American artist chosen by the Black Panthers in mid 1960to create an alternative mural display, one that depicts African American, Latino and Asian Americans struggling against oppression. Announcement: AMOS BROWN & SAN FRANCISCO AFRICAN AMERICAN LEADERS  VOICE SUPPORT FOR WASHINGTON HIGH MURAL Lope Yap, Jr. GWHSAA Vice President

The City Project stands in solidarity and resistance to support the GWHS mural  . . . We work for Truth and Reconciliation through Culture, History, Art & Monuments in Parks, Schools & Museums  Director-Counsel helped free the late Black Panther leader Geronimo Pratt . . . ” Robert García

Geronimo Pratt Free at Last after 27 years for a crime he did not commit, June 10, 1997