African American History Project Open House


The African American History Project is a public outreach effort to document the history of African Americans in San Francisco through story-telling, oral histories, and personal photographs. The information gathered from the History Project will be included in the African American Historic Context Statement, a document to organize, examine and interpret history.

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RFP for Consultants and Professional Services

The Planning Department is seeking proposals for a consultant to conduct a 360 degree evaluation of the department’s management team that will be used to inform the development and implementation of a comprehensive and targeted management training program.

The training program will cover core management and leadership competencies, such as accountability, change management, communication, conflict resolution, among other topics.

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Help Create San Francisco’s First Living Innovation Zone

The Exploratorium launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to support a Living Innovation Zone (LIZ), a public space that harnesses collaboration between the community, innovators, and the City to enhance the public good, foster learning and sharing, and showcase innovation. The 45-day crowdfunding campaign kicked off on September 5th, with the goal of raising a total of $75,000 for its Exploratorium Living Innovation Zone.

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