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, commissioners. my name is jackie flynn. i'm the executive director of the a. philip randolph institute here in san francisco. this is an important decision that requires identifying strong character with integrity and commitment. it also requires someone with nerves of steel. i thank mayor breed and applaud the courage of both nominees to standup and identify themselves as leaders in this city. d.j. can tell you what i do is not easy work, and i've worked alongside d.j. for the last eight years and he's been an incredible role model for our youth. we've identified social and economic factors that impact our communities, and he's always at the table trying to come up with solutions and craft policy as a response to demand for the demand of police reform. d.j.'s commitment to be a benefit -- would be a benefit to all communities in san francisco. the many issues that plague our city, i'm confident that d.j. will be an asset on the commission because he understands the importance of drafting policy that protects our communities. i feel strongly d.j. will address racial bias issues that ha
likea philip randolph or people like the secretary of the naacp and his deputy, roy wilkins and the sterling attorney, thurgood marshall. henry lee and the assault these people. they are all actually intimate of his. he's this important journalists. the 1% to break the story in "the new york times" and the national press about the shift in electoral voting patterns that will enable african-americans who moved to major northern metropolises to build a shift the balance of power. african-americans get behind a democratic candidate, then those candidates will win because the balance of power has shifted that this new black migration and henry lee mood brings that out in a series of articles in "the new york times" and the really inspires chester who wants to sort of, you know, stay even with his brother who earns a phd and also his cousin, a big shot in new york and he starts thinking once they get out of prison i can sort of make it. what happened with the fire is the ohio state parole starts to take it seriously. it gets reduced to a seven-year sentence. so chester comes out in 1936.
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labor. and i understand lawrence dellums helped a. philip randolph helping the brothers of sleeping car porters, which my grandfather was a member. he graduated from high school. he enlisted in the marine corps during the cold war. but he also came back to his community, used the g.i. bill. he developed a pathway for education. associates of arts degree from oakland city college. then get a bachelors of science degree from san francisco state. but then, what i want most of all to say, is that he then carved his pathway, and barbara lee continues to remind us, that she is a social worker. well, ron dellums got his m.s.w. from the university of california at berkeley in 1962. yes, this manly man, this man of men, was a social worker that understood the needs of people who were vulnerable, a psychiatric social worker, where he worked in the department of mental health, mental hygiene, and taught at san francisco state. interestingly enough, he became a counsel member of which i did -- councilmember of which i did as well, at a young age, served for a short time. then in his 30's went t
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