This Week with Change - August 31, 2018

Our weekly digest of client news and events. 

California Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 10, despite opposition from Essie Justice Group and more former sponsors. New York TimesMicBuzzFeed News, and The Marshall Project looked to Essie for their leadership and response. 

Rosenberg Foundation's Tim Silard answers 5 questions about the Leading Edge Fund Fellows in Philanthropy News Digest.

A crowd of 350 came to Impact Hub Oakland on Saturday -- and more than 1,500 tuned in on Twitch -- to see the Gameheads Student Showcase. Check out VentureBeat, EdSurge, and Education Week for more on the Fourth Annual event.

Grocery shopping while Black: ACLU of Northern California worked with Zhalisa Clark to address racial bias she experienced while shopping at Raley's Citrus Heights store. Read more in Sacramento Bee.

The Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights is working to stop the City of San Francisco from towing homeless people's cars and eliminating what they call unjust fees and fines. Listen at KPCC.


Restore Oakland discussed creating a service economy that actually serves people in Fast Company.

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