This Week with Change - October 5, 2018

Our weekly digest of client news and events. 

ACLU and ACLU of Northern California this week sued the San Francisco Police Department for racially biased policing. Associated Press, The Guardian, San Francisco Chronicle, KQED.

Power California continues their campaign aiming to reach 100,000 young voters statewide to make sure they are registered, and ready, to vote for the mid-terms. La Opinion [above], World Journal.

With the anniversary of the devastating 2017 North Bay Fires next week, Northern California Grantmakers commissioned a report to explore the impacts of the fires on the arts community in the region. Press Democrat, Inside Philanthropy.

ICYMI:

KQED talked to some of the artists profiled in the Northern California Grantmakers report for their perspective on the destruction of the fires and the long road to recovery.

Coming Up:

The Campaign for Black Male Achievement's 10th Anniversary Gala: Black Male Reimagined, hosted by Hill Harper and honoring George Soros, John W. Rogers, Jr. and Tonya Allen, will be in New York City on October 18.


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