As a part of the @Google News Initiative’s second Middle East, Turkey, and Africa Innovation Challenge, the company announced $2.1 million in funding to 22 projects and initiatives.
22 news innovators from the Middle East, Turkey and Africa
Announcing the 22 successful news innovators selected from the 2nd Middle East, Turkey and Africa Innovation Challenge.
On September 14, California residents will participate in the second recall election of a governor in the state’s history. Get up to speed on this complex and expensive situation by preparing with http://sf.citi’s election digest. https://sfciti.org/news/sneak-peak-septembers-recall-election/
California is no stranger to recall campaigns. Since recalls became part of California law in 1911, there have been 179 recall attempts, including every governor since 1960. Learn more about the recall election September 14.
Sneak Peak: September’s Recall Election | sf.citi
California residents on September 14 will vote to either keep Governor Gavin Newsom or elect a new governor to replace him.
Join our friends at @WeAreTogetherSF for their History of Homelessness webinar on 7/28 at 7 pm! Hear from @ConorDougherty and Donald Whitehead on the homelessness crisis and learn what you can do to take action on the issue. Register below!
Homelessness in SF: History of Homelessness · Together SF
Do you ever wonder why so many San Franciscans don’t have a place to call home? Does it feel like homele...
Join a coalition of tech companies committed to shaping the tech policy landscape of San Francisco.
Become A Member | sf.citi
As a member of sf.citi, you will join a coalition of San Francisco tech companies and receive support on tech policy issues important to you.
Take a closer look at the factors contributing to the tech exodus, what it means for the future of San Francisco, and which cities are swallowing up Bay Area tech talent. Explore @sfciti's SF Tech Exodus Dashboard
Tracking the San Francisco Tech Exodus | sf.citi
sf.citi offers the latest data on the San Francisco tech exodus, plus analysis into why tech companies and workers are leaving the Bay Area.