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Castro LGBTQ Cultural District Hires District Manager
Castro LGBTQ Cultural District has selected Tina Valentin Aguirre, board chair of the GLBT Historical Society, as its new District Manager.
“The Castro LGBTQ Cultural District will play a critical role not only in preserving the queer history and culture of the neighborhood, but in planning with intentionality for a kinder, more diverse neighborhood for the folks who live, work and play there,” said GLBT Historical Society executive director Terry Beswick, who facilitated the community organizing meetings for the Castro LGBTQ Cultural District from February 2018 until the passage of the enacting legislation in July 2019.
“I can’t think of a better person for this role than Tina Valentin Aguirre, who as chair of the GLBT Historical Society has led the organization during a period of phenomenal growth. They have been a great friend and mentor to me personally, and the district could not have made a stronger choice.”
The San Francisco African American Arts & Cultural District has been working in collaboration with the San Francisco Department of Emergency to create cultural competent messaging in the black community around COVID-19. Co- Directors Ebon Glenn and Ericka Scott participated in an interview with KBLX host Sterling James to talk messaging and the mission of our Cultural District in general.
More info here.
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Mission Youth Arts Festival 2020
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2020 AT 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
24th Street Mission
On October 3rd, celebrated young voices of the Mission will come together to talk about HOME through dance and music. There will be a series of pop-up performances from Mission and 24th to Mission and 22nd Streets. And then on the evening of October 10th, we will have a free screening of the performance along with a panel with the choreographers and dancers.
Featuring work by Grrrl Brigade, Rising Rhythms, Cuicacalli, Las Nenas, Tru Dance, Bianca Mendoza and Fredrika Keefer, Curtis Family C-notes, and poet Mireya!
There will be two in-person showings on Oct 3. The first will begin at 2:30pm in front of Dance Mission Theater (3316 24th St @ Mission), the second will begin at 3:30pm. Both will end an hour later at 22/Bartlett.
Event made possible by support from the California Arts Council and Grants for the Arts.
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