Spearheaded by local activist Dwayne Crenshaw, The Humanity Movement was launched last year.
The Capital B Campaign is a multi-faceted effort to elevate the image of, as well as understanding, dignity, and respect for Black people in the U.S. broadly and, in San Diego County, specifically. The ultimate desired outcome is inclusion and equity in both policy and practice tangibly resulting in an improved quality of life for Black persons of African descent in San Diego.
For over a year, America has been in the midst of a national reckoning on race. After the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, a year of largely peaceful protests organized by Americans of all races, genders, ages, sexual orientations, and faiths ensued with a united voice saying, “Black Lives Matter."
Please follow our social media accounts and check out the calendar of events below to be a part of the Capital B Campaign. We hope to see you at all or some of these fun community events especially beginning with our FREE Friday evening, June 4 event recognizing the 100-Year anniversary of the Black Wall Street Massacre and ask for your to to support Black-owned vendors in that legacy of self-economic empowerment.
We then invite you to stay with us as under the stars as we offer a special FREE Covid-safe community moving showing of the critically-aclaimed movie "THE BANKER" starring Anthony Mackie, Nia Long sand Samuel L. Jackson, which tells a true story of Black economic disempowerment right up the the road in Los Angeles, CA
More information and the full scheudle of events is here.