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Join us Sept. 17 for the Architectural Significance of the California African-American Freedom Trail, a transformational look at how land use policy can reverse centuries of inequality. We tell how African-American doctors and dentists are the core of neighborhood development as they have been for a century.
From New York to Los Angeles, the Journal of Black Innovation and the 18th annual National Black Business Month are promoting life science magnets in collaboration with historically black colleges and universities with schools of medicine, dentistry, public health, veterinary medicine, nurisng and pharmacy.
In San Francisco, we announced the Burbridge Center for Inclusive Innovation in January at UCSF and we are launching an individual and institutional membership drive in September and October in advance of our proposal for a historic finger pier on the Embarcadero waterfront. This also enables our opening of an interim facility on Third Street.
Pioneer members will have shared space and meeting privileges in the facility which will be programmed with regular science and investment meetings in 2021. They also receive a seat at the 20th annual Innovation&Equity: 50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology Symposium; Hope Over Hate: State of Black Business, 17th edition and a yearly subscription to the Journal of Black Innovation
The Burbridge Center honors Dr. T. Nathaniel Burbridge and an array of historic African-American medical practitioners who launched hospitals and clinics to practice culturally proficient health care to treat the disease of racism. For an institutional membership, call 415-240-3537