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Mar 4, 2017 4:00pm PST
high school. this week i'm very proud especially as a washington high school alumni to honor george washington high school black student union for work in inspiring young people to be change makers. >> congratulations. >> i commend the youth leader who talk about and confront issues. this year they led a series of presentations on issues including the role of social media and black lives mat r movement, how the prison pipeline effects black communities, history [inaudible] washington high school embodies the legacy of malcolm x who believes in strong self empow erment of right black people to have determination ovtheir destiny. during 2015, 2016 school year the black studen union hosted a led museum focus on historical youth of the n word. the goal is explore the eblution of one of the most derogtory racial slur jz potency of word. 319 student participated during black history month in 2016. in the face of the displacement of the achricen american community in san francisco, the space and leadership that the black student union fosters is important because itploid a hub for black st
Mar 4, 2017 2:00pm PST
call her mrs. mc arthur was born am condporj george moved to new york and stayed on to atened new york university. serviceing and community in new york for 16 years moved to san francisco in 1989 and now calls it home. she is living in lower knob hill 28 years and met mrs. daisy when i ran for supervisor 17 years ago. she did not hesitate to get in my face ask me questions and hold my feet to the fire about what commitment to the community meant. i know i had to make this woman my frnd because she would keep me haunest and accountability and dpet me elected. mrs. daisy knocked on doors in 199 to kick off the first home healthcare union local 250-[applause] and today she is a proud leader of successor 2015 she was releptless and the union is aroupd today because of tireless ongoing efforts. she livs to serve as in-home healthcare professional and love said by patients colleagues and client and all neighbors alike. it made her emthet took the plight of poor, homeless and down trodden and mrs. daisy buried deceased homeless resident services paid for out of pocket. she was the league
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