2020 SFF AnnualReport - Page 5



The Promise of the Bay
S
ince we first opened our doors in 1948,
we’ve been committed to social justice in
the Bay Area. Four years ago, we focused this
commitment by centering our work on racial
equity and economic inclusion. In addition
to implementing strategies to advance this
work, we wanted to paint a picture of what an
inclusive Bay Area looks like, what it feels like,
and how it would embody our community’s
potential, talents, and hopes. We partnered
with poet Chinaka Hodge, an Oakland native,
to help us tell this story, which we call The
Promise of the Bay.
Watch The Promise of the Bay
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