Add comment on:One City's Firebrand: A Look Back At The San Francisco Black Caucus
Larry Pinkney, Beyond Chron (reposted)
The City of San Francisco, known for its social and political innovativeness; produced during the early 1970s, a radical grass roots Black American political organization that at its height boasted a membership of five hundred and focused on the areas of housing, employment, education, police brutality, voting rights, and labor issues that directly impacted San Francisco's Black population. This organization was the San Francisco Black Caucus. It was formed in September, 1970, in San Francisco, California.
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