3rd on Third, Thursday September 19th 5.30 – 9PM. Stop by and check out the live radio event featuring stories about the remarkable people who live, work, and make a positive impact in the neighborhood of Bayview / Hunters Point.
5:30-6:30 Blues musician Pat Wilder and the Serious Business + local food and drink
7:00-8:30 Sights and Sounds of Bayview
A congregation of former gang members turned clergymen who feel called by Christ to help young men leave violent street life, by independent producer Christopher Johnson. Photographed by Kevin B. Jones.
Bayview native Raquel Miller, who transformed herself from street-fighting teen to Olympic hopeful, by independent producer and Snap Judgment contributor Mitzi Mock. Photographed by Malaika Kambon.
A neighborhood organization pushing for safer streets and stronger community that has blossomed into the Quesada Gardens Initiative, by KALW reporter Jen Chien. Photographed by Kevin B. Jones.
A group of Bayview seniors who find support, friendship, and a healthy dose of movement at their weekly dance class, by KALW reporter Leila Day. Photographed by Pernilla Persson.
Juana Tello follows in her parents’ footsteps by organizing working class communities of color as a youth organizer with People Organized to Win Employment Rights, by SFAC arts administrator and producer Cristal Fiel. Photographed by Pernilla Persson.
Food Guardian Kenneth Hill, who helps ensure Bayview residents have access to healthy foods, and the knowledge to live happy lives, by KALW reporter Ninna Gaensler-Debs. Photographed by Pernilla Persson.
“Toxic Tour” guide Tracy Zhu, who will give you a lesson in San Francisco’s history, sustainable development, and environmental justice, all from her bicycle, by KALW reporter and independent reporter Laura Flynn. Photographed by R.J. Lozada.
The Bayview YMCA’S James Martin, who launched the Fatherhood Program to empower young men to become the best parent they can be, by Laura Flynn. Photographed by R.J. Lozada.
With sound design by Snap Judgment’s Stephanie Foo and video editing by filmmaker Brian Storm.