On Thursday, April 14th, the San Francisco Human Rights Commission hosted a public Economic Power Showcase to highlight and celebrate the Dream Keeper Initiative’s community and departmental partners. San Francisco’s Dream Keeper Initiative is a citywide effort to invest in San Francisco’s diverse Black communities.
The showcase included the recognition and celebration of those who supported San Francisco and maintained the city’s economy through art and healing, workforce development, entrepreneurship, and small business steadiness.
The Dream Keeper Initiative works with community-based organizations and nonprofits like Homeless Children’s Network. The Economic Power Showcase highlighted four HCN programs, including the Amani Mental Health Training Program, Kuamka Community Healing Arts Program, Afro-Cultural Preservation Mini-Grant Program, and Community Innovation Mini-Grant Program.
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HCN is honored to be a part of this journey with the Dream Keeper Initiative to help provide resources for the Black community in San Francisco.
Watch Mayor London Breed give an empowering speech about the Dream Keeper Initiative during the showcase held at City Hall in this video: