Black to the Future
Black to the Future is a call to action for African American community empowerment in San Francisco. It is a city-supported, community-driven collaborative that strengthens services in the areas of:
- Family Support and Advocacy
- Health and Wellness
- Workforce Development
- Violence Prevention
San Francisco’s black residents aged 14 to 24 and 25 to 35 are known to have the highest unmet needs, and the latter group has the lowest connection to services of any cohort. Black to the Future’s goal is to engage youth and young adults around a continuum of culturally competent services that consider their role in family, community and the overall landscape of San Francisco.
Click here to download a pdf of the Black to the Future report.
This publication is made possible by the generosity of the San Francisco Department of Children Youth and their Families; San Francisco Foundation; San Francisco Department of Public Health; and the Office of Mayor Edwin M. Lee.
For more information, contact Kimiah Tucker at firstname.lastname@example.org.