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Brooke Anderson

Mujeres Unidas y Activas (MUA) leading a rally at SF City Hall ahead of a unanimous vote by the Board of Supervisors for a resolution in support of asylum seekers, October 2019.

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Caribbean community, carnival style dancing, with beautiful costumes.

Hip Hop for Change

Khafre Jay, Founder & Executive Director of Hip Hop For Change, addresses a crowd at Pride 2016 in San Francisco.

Zellerbach photo archives

Zellerbach Paper building, brick wall with company name painted in yellow.

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Muslim mother and her son embrace and enjoy time in the city together.

Brook Anderson

Group of people drumming and singing, all have their right hands raised with drum sticks in the air.

Eugene Lau

Chinese for Affirmative Action Co-Executive Director Cynthia Choi at a 2019 protest in San Francisco.

Ana Homonnay

Two women laughing and standing in front of a brick wall with a mural painted with bright colors and geographic shapes.

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Diverse group of young people around a table looking at papers.

Ana Homonnay

Smiling individual in a white dress with white headdress with a red truck pulling a parade float in the background.

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Zellerbach photo archives

Zellerbach Paper building, brick wall with company name painted in yellow.

Zellerbach photo archives

Title: Anthony Zellerbach with the Zellerbach Paper Company’s horse-drawn wagon used for paper delivery.

Zellerbach photo archives

Jennie B. Zellerbach with James D., Sr. and Harold L. Zellerbach

Zellerbach photo archives

Rendering of Zellerbach Hall in gray, black and sepia tones.

Zellerbach photo archives

Harold Zellerbach with Ruth Asawa, an American sculptor, educator, and arts activist, (1926–2013)

Zellerbach photo archives

Zellerbach Hall in the evening with lighting in the front.

Zellerbach photo archives

Harold Lionel and William J. Zellerbach.

San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum

Jennie B. Zellerbach Garden at the San Francisco Botanical Gardens.

BAYCAT

BAYCAT Staff grouped together and taking a selfie to celebrate winning the inaugural WJZ Award.

Hip Hop For Change

Young girls DJing music with a computer and “scratching” equipment in a forest setting outside.

Jhon David (@jackhammer)

Mother holding young daughter, both looking at the camera and smiling. Photographed in ​​Medellín, Colombia.

Youth Together

Group of youth in Oakland, CA at a demonstration advocating to keep teachers in Oakland.

Our Work

Dancers in a carnival parade in brightly colored pink, blue, and yellow dresses and headdresses and carrying ceremonial umbrellas.

Hannah Smith

This is a photo of a mural created by LSC’s immigrant youth clients in collaboration with Precita Eyes Muralists for Dia de los Muertos, copyright 2017.

Edward Miller Photography

The Town On Notice: Petwo (group of dancers with one leg raised in anger); Choreographer - Colette Eloi.

Group of young children looking up at the camera and smiling.

Village Community Resource Center (VCRC)

Group of parent leaders who participated in an intensive training at VCRC, in partnership with Vision Y Compromiso, to become Promotoras in Mental Wellbeing. They are now facilitating workshops for community members in Byron and Brentwood to help others gain tools to reduce stress and mitigate depressive symptoms.

Bob Hsiang

For more than 15 years, San Francisco Immigrant Legal and Education Network (SFILEN) has served and organized diverse immigrant communities in SF, uplifting our shared low-income, LEP, immigrant experiences. We are excited that we were able to build collective power at this year’s Immigrant Family Day together and in-person. SFILEN spokesperson addressing a crowd in front of San Francisco City Hall.

Precita Eyes Muralists

Design by: Francisco Franco with with students, staff © 2021 Precita Eyes Muralists

Re-Imagining a Just World, located at USF-Leo T. McCarthy Center, 2130 Fulton Street, SF, CA 94117.

Francisco + 67 Youth

Design by: Francisco + 67 Youth

Titled Town Roots: Oakland Is Home, this mural is an open resistance of the forced displacement, racial profiling by police, and youth criminalization that gentrification is causing in our youth’s communities. We are here to stay! The location is Hasta La Muerte Coffee, 2701 Fruitvale Ave, Oakland, CA 94601.

Hermain “Big Herms” Ambriz and his brother Joshua “Josh” Ambriz

Design by: Hermain “Big Herms” Ambriz and his brother Joshua “Josh” Ambriz

In partnership with ODAT (One Day at a Time) this mural titled Love Conquers All was initially inspired by Mayor Pro Tem Wilson as part of an MLK service project.

Grants

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Diverse group of young people around a table looking at papers.

Ana Homonnay

Smiling individual in a white dress with white headdress with a red truck pulling a parade float in the background.

Blog & Press

Joyce Xi

Asian Americans unite at a Chinese for Affirmative Action-sponsored Love Our People, Heal Our Communities Day of Action in Oakland, CA in February 2021.