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Press Release

Jan 1, 2019

Celebrate Everyday of the Year!
Inspiring Words...
"You crown the year with Your goodness, and Your paths drip with abundance."  Ps. 65:11

"Remember not the former things, nor consider the things of old. Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert."  Is. 43:18-19

Jackie Wright SanFrancisco/Dallas Publicist & Filmmaker
Jack LiVolsi
 CEO & Founder of Jackson Street Productions
San Francisco Directors 
Jackie Wright & Jack LiVolsi's 
"Love Separated in Life..."   Among Films Announced for  the San Diego Black Film Festival,  January 30-February 3, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO  - Jan. 1, 2019  -  PRLog  -- The San Diego Black Film Festival has announced films to be screened during its 17th  Anniversary, January 30-February 3, 2019.  Among them is "Love Separated in Life...Love Reunited in Honor" written and directed by San Francisco publicist Jackie Wright, founder of Wright Enterprises and Jack LiVolsi, CEO and Founder of San Francisco's Jackson Street Productions.  LiVolsi co-directed and edited the short documentary.

"Given these days of racial derision that we are facing again in our country, festivals like the San Diego Black Film Festival are very significant since they give balance to the public discourse on race," said Jackie Wright, founder of Wright Enterprises. "Many thanks to Director Karen L. Willis, J.D. and team for providing a platform for films like ours that demonstrate the best in America.   We removed a Fallen Vietnam Hero from a deteriorating segregated cemetery for reburial at Arlington National Cemetery with other military families giving honor at the ceremony."

"Love Separated in Life...Love Reunited in Honor" will be screened Saturday, February 2 in the 12:30 p.m. block at the ArcLight Cinemas LaJolla Village in San Diego with films: "Harlem Schools 1970;" "Three Women" and "Asia A."

For more details about the film San Diego Black Film Festival visit  www.sdbff.com .


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by Jackie Wright

Amid old headlines and most recent headlines generated by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's "The Vietnam War," the voices of those affected by the war other than generals and politicians, are rarely heard. The voices of those impacted at the heart level of the war are often muted. It took Jackie Wright, an award-winning journalist more than forty years to come to terms with the fact that the Vietnam War had been devastating to her child's heart and her family. "Dead Men Tell No Tales; But Their Children Do" is the start of Wright taking a small glimpse at the fact she had been carrying around a war wound that had been unattended for most of her life. "Dead Men Tell No Tales; But Their Children Do," became the pathway for discovery yielding Wright's 2017 short inspirational documentary film, "Love Separated in Life...Love Reunited in Honor."  FOR E-BOOK PURCHASE INFORMATION CLICK HERE!
More Community News

From "No Borders No Walls Sanctuary for All" Testimonial Dinner; 7th Annual "Stay True to Your Roots" CLE Training; to GI Rights HotlineTraining; and more, this community news article is courtesy of the National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter.  Get the details.

The Commonwealth Club will host a celebration of the life of former San Francisco Arts Commission President and KGO Radio talk show host Ray Taliaferro, a long-time member of
Bay Area Broadcast Legend Received January 2011 Honor from The National Association of Black Journalist.
the Club's Board and Advisory Board.
  It will be held on January 12 at 11 a.m., at the Club's headquarters at 110 The Embarcadero in San Francisco.  The memorial is open to the public and does not require reservations.
Dr. Gloria Duffy, President and CEO of the Club, noted, "We look forward to a joyful celebration for the late radio host, Club Board member and community leader."
The Emcee will be former KGO radio news anchor Rosie Allen.  Speakers will be friends and colleagues who knew the legendary broadcaster in his numerous capacities and from organizations with which he was affiliated during his 60-year career. (Click Here for More Details.)

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