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While San Francisco is one of the most progressive cities in the country, racial inequity persists throughout all strands of individual and community life. Education, criminal justice, jobs, housing, public infrastructure and public health are all impacted by ongoing, systemic discrimination. In collaboration with the city’s Human Rights Commission, more than 20 city departments are working proactively to achieve racial equity and advance opportunities for all. Join us for a conversation with some of the departments that are changing the way they do business.
+ Sheryl Davis / San Francisco Human Rights Commission
+ Claudia Flores / San Francisco Planning Department
+ Lamont Snaer / San Francisco Department of Children, Youth and Their Families
+ Tracy Zhu / San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Free to the public. Our first event of the month in each city is free to everyone.
Please check back on October 1 for registration information.
Individual ticket purchases: If you request a refund between 2 and 10 business days prior to the event, SPUR can issue a 25 percent refund. Requests for refunds received less than 2 days prior to an event cannot be accommodated.
Sponsorship payments: Will not be refunded, as sponsorship benefits take effect immediately and are on-going through the date of the event.