Former Student Danny Glover Celebrates Opening of Bayview Access Point

Thursday, March 14, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO BAY VIEW -- On hand for the Black History ceremony along with Glover was Jilma Meneses, the CEO of Catholic Charities, San Francisco Mayor London Breed and Amos Brown, head of the San Francisco NAACP and pastor of Third Baptist Church.

“I can remember working on Third Street in the early 1970s with the Model Cities Program and seeing the drive people had to make things better in this community,” remarked Glover.

Born and raised in San Francisco, long before he was an actor, Glover was a student at San Francisco State and then an activist and a worker in San Francisco, helping to change people’s lives.