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Fall 2022

Thursday 11/16/22 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm

SFMOMA, Phyliss Wattis Theater, Floor 1

The Last Black Man in San Francisco 

Featuring special guests: Jimmie Fails, TT Takemoto and Aliyah Dunn Salahuddin

A film by Joe Talbot. Winner: Sundance. The Last Black Man in San Francisco.

Join us at SFMOMA for a special screening of Joe Talbot’s indie hit The Last Black Man in San Francisco. Rooted in personal experience and featuring actors Jimmie Fails and Jonathan Majors, the feature-length film is a San Francisco tale of gentrification, loss, and life on the margins. The FREE in person event will kick off with a screening of TT Takemoto’s four-minute film Wayward Emulsions, which the artist describes as “queer glimpses of a wayward woman captured in bits of emulsion lifted from stray reels of a 35mm Asian drama.”

Hosted by CCSF Cinema Faculty Anjali Sundaram the screening will be followed by a panel conversation with Aliyah Dunn-Salahuddin, PhD candidate, History, Stanford University, TT Takemoto and Jimmie Fails.

Wayward EmulsionsLast Black Man in San Francisco | Film Screening (126 min) + Live Panel Discussion (30 min) | RSVP Limited Seating

Get ready for this very special event (cancelled in 2020 due to COVID lockdown) by checking out Hiya Swanhuyser’s Fall 2019 Etc. Magazine  piece “Jimmie Fails Succeeds: Creators of The Last Black Man in San Francisco Look Back at Their Time at City College.”

Event co-sponsors: CCSF Cinema Department, Strong Workforce Program, Rosenberg Library Media Center


Wednesday 11/9/22 from 1:00pm - 3:00pm

City College Ocean Campus Multi-Use Building (MUB), Room 140

The 22nd Annual Animation Show of Shows 

Featuring special guest: Ron Diamond, Curator

The Visual Media Design Department and the CCSF Library are happy to present the 22nd Animation Show of Shows, an annual celebration of animated short films from around the world.  After a two year COVID hiatus, we are proud to not only host the return of the Animation Show of Shows to the big screen but also to welcome founder and producer Ron Diamond, who will be conducting a live Q&A in addition to the screening. This FREE in person event is a must-see for all fans of animation and short film!

This 22nd edition comprises 10 films from10 countries -- nine recent, along with one restored classic -- which deal with both the anxieties and hopes of a world faced with a seemingly endless series of existential crises. All are inventive, their tone ranges from the whimsical to the profound; their techniques, from stop-motion to hand-drawn to computer-aided.

Featuring 10 Internationally acclaimed animated short films from Canada, France, Germany, Iceland, Poland, Russia, Switzerland and the US.

Featuring The Man Who Planted Tress - Frederic Back’s Oscar Winner. “An impressionistic masterpiece” - The Washington Post

ACME Filmworks presents the 22nd Annual Animation Show of Shows curated and produced by Ron Diamond featuring: Beyond Noh by Patrick Smith, Empty Places by Geoffroy de Crecy, Beseder (Good and Better) by Gil Alkabetz, Zoizoglyphe by Jeanne Apergis, Rain by Piotr Milczarek, Average Happiness by Maja Gehrig, Aurora by Jo Meuris, Yes-People, Ties by Dina Velikovskaya,The Man Who Planted Trees by Frédéric Back. Screen the www.animationshowofshows.org at your university, college, school, organization or company, contact us at NonTheatrical@AnimationShowofShows.org ©2022 The Animation Show of Shows, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit. All Rights Reserved.
  • Beyond Noh -- Patrick Smith/Kaori Ishida (U.S./Japan) 
  • Empty Places -- Geoffroy de Crecy (France) 
  • Beseder (Good and Better) -- Gil Alkabetz (Germany) 
  • Zoizoglyphe -- Jeanne Apergis (France) 
  • Rain (Deszcz) -- Piotr Milczarek (Poland) 
  • Average Happiness -- Maja Gehrig (Switzerland) 
  • Aurora -- Jo Meuris (U.S.)
  • Yes-People -- Gísli Darri Halldórsson (Iceland) 
  • Ties -- Dina Velikovskaya (Germany/Russia) 
  • The Man Who Planted Trees -- Frédéric Back (Canada)

The 22nd Annual Animation Show of Shows | Film Screening (90 min.) + Live Q&A  | Trailer
CCSF Ocean Campus, Multi Use Building (MUB), Room 140 | Map & Directions

Masks are required in all buildings on campus. 

Event co-sponsors: Rosenberg Library Media Center, CCSF Visual Media Design Department

Spring 2022

East Meets West 2018

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Events

Chinatown Rising cover


Wednesday 5/11/22 from 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Chinatown Rising: what would you do to change your community?

Featuring special guest: Josh Chuck, Filmmaker

In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we invite the campus community to watch and discuss Chinatown Rising, a documentary directed by Bay Area natives Harry and Josh Chuck. This love letter to San Francisco’s vibrant Chinatown weaves together never-before-seen archival footage and photographs, chronicling key Chinatown community leaders who started an activist movement during the 1960s, and foregrounds today’s battles for social justice and equality. (summary from Caamfest37)

Join us on Wednesday, May 11th at 12 pm for a post screening discussion featuring filmmakers, Josh and Harry Chuck.
Chinatown Rising | *Virtual Screening + Webinar Discussion | Event Recording
*Watch the 86-minute documentary on your own before the free Webinar Discussion
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Chinatown Rising Online Now with RAM ID | Chinatown Rising Trailer

Check out the East Meets West: Asian American and Pacific islander Heritage Month Research Guide for library resources and other events!

Event co-sponsors: Rosenberg Library Media Center, Asian American Studies, Adult Education Programs, Office of Academic and Institutional Affairs, CCSF Film Club


 

Alice Street Film Poster

CCSF and SFMOMA present "Alice Street" Artists in Conversation

Unity Day, Friday 3/25/22 from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

In the spirit of Diego Rivera's historic Pan American Unity mural, we invite the campus community to watch and discuss Alice Street, a documentary depicting the struggle to preserve Oakland’s ethnic arts and culture communities amid rapid gentrification.  The film is centered around the Community Rejuvenation Project (CRP) Universal Language mural and the intersection of activism and the arts.

Join us on Unity Day, Friday, March 25th for a post screening panel discussion featuring special guests: filmmaker, Spencer Wilkinson and muralists, Desi Mundo and Pancho Pescador.  CCSF students who attend this event will receive a free ticket to SFMOMA to explore the current Bay Area Walls exhibition and more!

Alice Street | *Virtual Campus Community Screening + Webinar Discussion | Event Recording
*Watch the 70-minute documentary on your own before the free Webinar Discussion
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Alice Street Online Now with RAM ID | Alice Street Trailer 

This online event is hosted by City College of San Francisco in partnership with SFMOMA.

Check out the Visiting Artists @ CCSF/SFMOMA Research Guide for library resources and event details!

Event co-sponsors: Rosenberg Library Media Center, CCSF Art Department, Cinema Department, African American Studies, and Asian American Studies


African American History Month Month

African American History Month Research Guide

Presented in collaboration with the CCSF Black History Month Committee

Tuesday 2/8/22 from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

African American Studies Department
Jason Vassor-Elong, MFA
Shrimp: one man's journey to find his African ancestry and identity | Free Online Presentation | Join Event

Wednesday 2/9/22 from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

African American Studies Department
Mosheh Milon, Master Drummer
Sun Drummer: African roots of African American music and the healing power of the drum | Free Online Presentation | Join Event

Tuesday 2/15/22 from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm 

Multicultural Retention Services Department (UMOJA/AASP Program)
HBCU Transfer Informational Day | Free Online Presentation | Register in Advance

Thursday 2/17/22 from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

African American Studies Department
Kimani Norrington-Sands, PhD
Is Your Job Mask Making it Hard for You to Breathe? | Free Online Presentation | Join Event

Saturday 2/19/22 from 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Michele McKenzie, Librarian
Nature Walk Meet Up! - Tilden Regional Park | Free Outdoor Event | RSVP via Eventbrite
Wildcat Canyon Road, Berkeley

Tuesday 2/22/22 from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Office of Student Equity (Speaker Series)
Sonia Russell
Blackfullness | Free Online Presentation | Register in Advance

Thursday 2/24/22 from 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

African American Studies Department
Terrilyne Cole, MD
COVID-19 and the Black Community: dispelling myths and educating the masses | Free Online Presentation | Join Event


CCSF Women’s Resource Center Spring 2022 Women of Color Gathering Events

Full schedule of events

 

Black Feminist Documentary Poster

Thursday 2/24/22 from 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Black Feminist 

Produced and directed by Zanah Thirus
*Virtual Screening + Online Discussion | Join the Discussion | Black Feminist Trailer
*Watch the 53-minute documentary on your own before the free Online Discussion
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Black Feminist online now with RAM ID
Event co-sponsor: Rosenberg Library Media Center

Stateless Documentary Poster

Monday 2/28/22 from 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Stateless

Directed by Michele Stephenson
*Virtual Screening + Online Discussion | Join the Discussion | Stateless Trailer
*Watch the 90-minute documentary on your own before the free Online Discussion
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Stateless online now with RAM ID
Event co-sponsor: Rosenberg Library Media Center

Fall 2021

Students Making a Change (SMAC) and CCSF Film Club Event

Underwater Dreams Film Movie Poster

Friday 12/10/20 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Underwater Dreams | *Virtual Screening + Online Discussion | Event Flyer
*Watch the 44-minute documentary on your own before joining the student led online discussion
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Online Now with RAM ID

We encourage you to also watch Spare Parts (2015, 114 mins.), a narrative film counterpart to the documentary.
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Online Now with RAM ID

SMAC is a student-led program that works to create transformative leadership opportunities for community college students in educational policy advocacy, innovative community engagement, and organizing. 

Event co-sponsors: Students Making a Change (SMAC), CCSF Film Club, Rosenberg Library Media Center


 three women in profile

Tuesday 10/19/21 from 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Call Her Ganda Screening and Discussion

*Virtual Community Screening + Webinar Discussion | Register in Advance | Trailer
*Watch the 97-minute documentary: Available streaming online through San Francisco and other Bay Area Public Libraries | CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Online Now with RAM ID

Event co-sponsors: Project Survive, Women's Resource Center, Queer Resource Center, Rosenberg Library Media Center

Summer 2021


Pride Flag

Pride Month Research Guide

CCSF Queer Resource Center Presents a Pride Month Event

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Monday 6/28/21 from 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Featuring special guest: David Weissman, Filmmaker and CCSF Alumnus
The Cockettes | *Virtual Community Screening + Webinar Discussion | Register in Advance
*Watch the 99-minute documentary on your own before the free Webinar Discussion:
Available streaming online through San Francisco and other Bay Area Public Libraries | Trailer
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Online Now with RAM ID

Event co-sponsors: Rosenberg Library Media Center

Spring 2021

Asian American Heritage Month

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Research Guide

Wednesday 5/5/21 from 5:00pm - 6:30pm

"Men of Iron and the Golden Spike" Symphony Virtual Colloquium

Guest Speaker, Wei Su, Lyricist, Professor of Yale University
Virtual Community Screening + Q&A | Register for Virtual Colloquium in Advance
*Watch the 56-minute symphony on your own before the free Q&A discussion: Watch Men of Iron and the Golden Spike Online Now
Event co-sponsor: Office of Student Equity & Success 


Women's Resource Center - Intersecting Identities Conference: Visionaries

Wednesday 5/5/21 from 2:00pm – 4:00pm

American Revolutionary: the Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs | *Virtual Screening + Discussion | Meeting Link to Join the Discussion
*Watch the 84 min. film on your own | American Revolutionary Trailer
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff | Watch American Revolutionary Online Now with RAM ID
Event co-sponsor: Rosenberg Library Media Center

Thursday 5/6/21 from 2:00pm – 4:00pm

The Apology | *Virtual Screening + Discussion | Meeting Link to Join the Discussion
*Watch the 104 min. film on your own | The Apology Trailer
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff | Watch The Apology Online Now with RAM ID
Event co-sponsor: Rosenberg Library Media Center


Vincent Who? Virtual Community Screening

Vincent Who? Movie Poster

The Rosenberg Library Media Center stands in solidarity with our Asian American faculty, students, staff and the broader community in denouncing the tragic killings in Atlanta, anti-Asian sentiment and hate crimes against seniors. To inform our response to this moment, it’s important to reflect on America’s troubling history of violence and discrimination towards Asian Americans. In the spirit of healing and resistance, we invite the campus community to watch the powerful documentary Vincent Who? (2009, 40 min.)

Available streaming online through San Francisco and other Bay Area Public Libraries | Vincent Who? Trailer
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Vincent Who? Online Now with RAM ID


Brain on a plate, My Love Affair with the Brain: The Life and Science of Dr. Marian Diamond

CCSF Women’s Resource Center Presents an Intersecting Identities Conference: Visionaries Event

Tuesday 4/27/21 from 5:00pm - 6:00pm

My Love Affair with the Brain: The Life and Science of Dr. Marian Diamond

Featuring special guest: Catherine Ryan, Filmmaker
*Virtual Screening + Webinar Discussion | Register for Webinar Discussion in Advance | My Love Affair with the Brain Trailer
*Watch the 57-minute documentary on your own before the free Webinar Discussion:
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch My Love Affair with the Brain online now with RAM ID
Event co-sponsor: Rosenberg Library Media Center.


Asian American Protesting
Asian American protestors at a 2014 protest in New York.
Photo by Marcela McGreal

Hate Crimes & Community Responses:
Two Cross Cultural/Interracial Solidarity Panel Discussions

Join African American and Asian American community and student leaders for a series of critical discussions about recent events.

Tuesday, 4/20/21 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

African American and Asian American Community Leaders | Register for Webinar in Advance
Featuring special invited guests:

  • Akili, Black Lives Matter Los Angeles and Director Fannie Lou Hamer Institute
  • Simmy Makhijani, Professor of Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University and Member of Asians 4 Black Lives
  • Lai Wa Wu, Policy and Alliance Director for Chinese Progressive Association

Wednesday, 4/21/21 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

CCSF AAPI and BSU Student Leaders | Register for Webinar in Advance

Student panel discussion moderated by Vick Van Chung – CCSF Board of Trustees, Student Trustee

Event co-sponsors: CCSF Departments of African American Studies, Asian American Studies and Philippine Studies; Rosenberg Library.


A Fine Line Movie Poster

Alice Statler Library and the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Studies Department Present a Woman's History Month Event

Tuesday 3/23/21 7:00pm

A Fine Line: A Woman's Place is in the Kitchen

*Virtual Screening + Webinar Discussion | Register for Webinar Discussion in Advance
*Watch the film on your own before the free webinar discussion | A Fine LineTrailer
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff | Watch A Fine Line Online Now with RAM ID
Event co-sponsor: Rosenberg Media Center


Spring 2021

African American History Month Month

African American History Month Research Guide

Presented in collaboration with the CCSF Black History Month Committee

Wednesday 2/03/21 from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

San Francisco Public Library - More than a Month 2021
de Young Museum Docent Talk - "Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power" | Free Online Presentation | Register in Advance 

Sunday 2/07/21 from 12:00 pm 

San Francisco African American Historical & Cultural Society - 2021 Black History Month
Keynote Speaker, Charles Collins, Executive Director Emeritus, YMCA
"The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity Kick-Off" | Free Online Presentation | Live Stream and Archive

Thursday 2/11/21 from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Multicultural Retention Services Department (UMOJA/AASP Program)
Evan Wade, M.A. Professor of History and Social Justice Studies at San Joquin Delta College
"Black Women Rock: The History of Black Women and Rock and Roll" | Free Online Presentation | Register in Advance

Tuesday 2/16/21 from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

African American Studies Department
Edythe Boone, Artist, Educator and Civil Rights Activist
A New Color: the Art of Being Edythe Boone | *Virtual Community Screening + Q&A | Register in Advance
*Watch the documentary on your own before the free Q&A discussion
Available streaming online through San Francisco and other Bay Area Public Libraries | Trailer
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff | Watch Online Now with RAM ID 

Monday 2/22/21 from 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

African American Studies Department
Dr. Michelle M. Wright, Augustus Baldwin Longstreet Professor of English at Emory University
"Truth and Power: Why Black Women Should Make Their Own Time" | Free Online Presentation | Register in Advance 

Thursday 2/25/21 from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

African American Studies Department
Dr. Kym Morrison, CCSF Adjunct Faculty and Professor of History at San Francisco State University
Harriet + She Came to Slay: the Life and Times of Harriet Tubman | *Virtual Community Screening + Read + Discussion | Register in Advance
*Watch the film and read the book on your own before the free discussion | Trailer
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff | Watch Online Now and Read eBook with RAM ID


Suited Movie Poster

Post-viewing Community Discussion led by Queer Resource Center student leaders

Thursday 12/03/20 from 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Suited | *Virtual Community Screening + Online Discussion | Register in Advance
*Watch the 78-minute documentary on your own before the free Online Discussion:
Available streaming online for free through San Francisco and other Bay Area Public Libraries | Trailer
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Online Now with RAM ID

Event co-sponsor: Rosenberg Library Media Center


 

We Were Here

CCSF Film Club and Queer Resource Center Present a World AIDS Day Event

Tuesday 12/01/20 from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Featuring special guest: David Weissman, Filmmaker and CCSF Alumnus
We Were Here: the AIDS years in San Francisco | *Virtual Community Screening + Webinar Discussion | Register in Advance
*Watch the 90-minute documentary on your own before the free Webinar Discussion:
Available streaming online through San Francisco and other Bay Area Public Libraries | Trailer and Interview with the Filmmakers
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Online Now with RAM ID

Event co-sponsors: CCSF Departments of Cinema and LGBTQQI* Studies; Rosenberg Library Media Center.


Whose Streets? Movie Poster

Post-screening Community Conversation led by students from CCSF4Sean

Wednesday 10/21/20 from 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Whose Streets? | *Virtual Community Screening + Online Discussion | Register via Eventbrite

Watch the 103-minute documentary on your own before the free Online Discussion: Available streaming through San Francisco and other Bay Area Public Libraries | Trailer
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Online Now with RAM ID

Event co-sponsors: CCSF Departments of African American Studies, BEMA, Cinema, Interdisciplinary Studies, Latin American and Latinx Studies, Women's and Gender Studies; Rosenberg Library Media Center; Office of Student Equity; CCSF Collective.


Entrepreneurship Workshop Series (Wednesdays; 2:30 to 4:00pm via Zoom)

September 2, 2020 - Idea to Market

Amir Khan, Founder of Marl5 Accelerator (and CCSF alum) Eventbrite Registration

September 30, 2020 - Creative Problem Solving for Entrepreneurs

Curtis Panasuk, Author and TedX Speaker Eventbrite Registration

October 14, 2020 - Getting Out of the Gate

Justine Reichman, founder of NextGenChef Eventbrite Registration

October 21, 2020 - Do’s and Dont's of Crowdfunding

Stacy Bradford, Hardware Manager Indiegogo Eventbrite Registration

November 4, 2020 - Use of Data for Scaling-Up

Anne Ahola Ward, CEO and co-founder of CircleClick Media Eventbrite Registration

November 25, 2020 - Pitching Your Startup

Dirk Leuth, Ph.D, Co-founder, Uplandme.Inc. Eventbrite Registration


East Meets West 2020

Asian American Heritage Month

A series of virtual screenings presented in collaboration with the CCSF East Meets West Program Committee, Asian American Studies, Women's & Gender Studies, LGBT Studies and Cinema departments. Special thanks to New Day Films.

CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff - Click on the film title and login with your RAM ID to watch online.

Forever Chinatown (English subtitles)
Documentary Short (Dir. James Q. Chan, 2016)
Running Time: 32 min. | Trailer

Finding Kukan (English subtitles)
Finding Kukan (Chinese subtitles)
Documentary (Dir. Robin Lung, 2016)
Running Time: 75 min. | Trailer

Golden Gate Girls (Chinese and English subtitles)
Documentary (Dir. S. Louisa Wei, 2014)
Running Time: 90 min. | Trailer


The Mask You Live In Movie Poster

Thursday 5/07/20 from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

CCSF Women's & Gender Studies Department Presents
Dr. Mauro Osborne-Sifuentes, Instructor of Intro to Masculinity Studies (WGST 35, Fall 2020)
The Mask You Live In | *Virtual Community Screening + Webinar Discussion | Register via Eventbrite
*Watch the 90-minute documentary on your own before the free Webinar Discussion:
Available streaming online through San Francisco and other Bay Area Public Libraries | Trailer
CCSF Faculty, Students and Staff – Watch Online Now with RAM ID


Spring 2020

African American History Month Month

African American History Month Research Guide

A series of events presented in collaboration with the CCSF Black History Month Committee

Friday 2/7/20 from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
CCSF Queer Resource Center
KIKI | Film Screening + Light refreshments and snacks 
CCSF Ocean Campus, Women's Resource Center, Smith Hall 103/104

Tuesday 2/11/20 from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
CCSF Black Student Union and African American Studies Department
Black Wellness | Workshop + Conversation on Black Health, Healing and Self Esteem
CCSF Ocean Campus, Rosenberg LLRC 4TH Floor, Media Center/Collaboratory Room R403

Wednesday 2/12/20 from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
CCSF Black Student Union and African American Studies Department
Angela Scott, Transitional Coach YMCA Bayview Hunters Point
Black Entrepreneurship Basics | Seminar
CCSF Ocean Campus, Wellness Center, Room 103

Tuesday 2/18/20 from 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
CCSF Office of Student Equity
Amekila Gaston, Founder of The International Cultural Arts and Healing Sciences Institute
The System of Racial Inequality | Equity Talks Speaker Series
CCSF Ocean Campus, Multi-Use Building, MUB 140

Wednesday 2/19/20 from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Librarian, Michele McKenzie
Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Hands/Feeling Heart | Film Screening
CCSF Ocean Campus, Rosenberg LLRC 3RD Floor, Multimedia Room R305

Friday 2/21/20 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
CCSF Black Student Union and African American Studies Department
I Am Not Your Negro | Film Screening 
CCSF Ocean Campus, Multi-Use Building, MUB 140

Saturday 2/22/20 
CCSF African American Studies Department
De Young Museum Meet Up! - "Soul of a Nation" Exhibition | Free admission RSVP via Eventbrite
50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, San Francisco

Thursday 2/27/20 from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm 2:45 pm - 5:00 pm
CCSF Office of Student Equity
Cracking the Codes: the System of Racial Inequality | Film Screening + Q&A
CCSF Ocean Campus, Rosenberg LLRC 3RD Floor, Multimedia Room R305

Saturday 2/29/20 
CCSF African American Studies Department
Museum of the African Diaspora (MOAD) Meet Up! | Admission $5
685 Mission Street, San Francisco
 

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