Join us TODAY for our 3rd annual Malcolm X Day Community Celebration in the Bayview / Hunters Point Comm-Unity, San Francisco on Sunday, May 21, 2017, 2:00 pm-6:00p.m., at Kenneth Harding Plaza, Third and Palou, #bayview #hunterspoint #malcolmxday #sanfranciscois part of a national effort to declare #may19ththe birthday of #malcolmx #ElHajjMalikShabazz – an official holiday. Malcolm X Day will be celebrated in SF's Bayview Hunters Point District on Sunday, May 21, 2017 with free outdoor music, food and guest speakers. The event is dedicated to raising awareness of and seeking solutions for current challenges faced by San Francisco residents – gentrification, unemployment, poverty, racist discrimination and police brutality – in the context of the ideology and principles of Malcolm X. Malcolm X Day San Francisco celebrates the life, work, ideology and leadership of a man whose relevance to American society remains as powerful and important today as it was during his lifetime. His acute intelligence, personal integrity and search for truth and justice transformed him from a young, disadvantaged boy to Harlem criminal to prisoner, from dynamic Nation of Islam minister to a powerful global human rights leader. He strove unceasingly and uncompromisingly to gain unity, self-respect and self-determination for all Afrikan Black peoples of the world and believed in achieving Black freedom #BYANYMEANSNECESSARY. His life and work can be an inspiration to all of us regardless of race, religion or economic status. May 19, National Malcolm X Day, seeks to restore his true ideology and principles and to challenge the willfully wrong “violent white hate” message propagated by the white power structure that purposely excludes him from the American education system and mainstream culture.