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Should the Black Lives Matter Movement be Shunned or Embraced?

  • YWAM San Francisco 357 Ellis Street San Francisco, CA 94102 (map)

On Friday, August 26th, YWAM located at 357 Ellis Street, in San Francisco will be proud to host: An Evening Of Frank Dialogue On The State Of Race Relations And The Mounting Protests Over Police Abuse

Our panelists will be Jerallyn Brown-Blueford of the Alan Blueford Center For Justice: a mother whose son was slaughtered by an Oakland Police officer on May 6th 2012 and Jack Bryson of the Oscar Grant Foundation.  Bryson’s sons were present with Oscar Grant on the BART platform on the evening that he was shot to death.  That fateful night began Jack’s life of activism. The event will be moderated by Reverend Harry Louis Williams, II, a highly regarded Bay Area community activist and author of the bestselling novel Straight Outta East Oakland.

This event is free.  Doors open at 6:30 for light refreshments.  The program begins at 7:00 p.m. Don’t miss it!  Bring a friend.   

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The Making of a Leader