2:00 - 3:15
A Photographic Retrospective of San Francisco’s African-American Community.
This presentation features selected works, many never before published, of local photographer, Steve Jackson, Jr., who was resident photographer at Jimbo’s Bop City (1951-1965). A portion of Jackson’s collection is currently on exhibit at the Smithsonian’s African-American Museum of History & Culture in Washington, DC. Join us and experience the City and San Francisco’s African-American community through images and anecdotes shared by his daughter, Linda.
Linda A. Jackson, a native San Franciscan, is a writer, historian, photographer and food artist. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Mount St. Mary’s University and received her Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from Antioch University Los Angeles. She is a member of the San Francisco Writers Workshop, and has recently completed a collection of short stories entitled, The Religion of Slaves. She is now working on her memoir.
Reservations required: https://bit.ly/LindaJacksonSF8-2-20
This event will simultaneously be broadcast on the SF Public Library YouTube.
This event will be recorded, if you are not comfortable being recorded, please place your display camera to OFF.