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Mapping Our Progress Towards Cultural Equity: April-June 2021

In 2021, San Francisco Heritage committed to boost cultural equity within our preservation work. We are revising our activities and programs to meet this responsibility, and installing a framework to measure success and accountability. This equity report card helps us monitor our progress.

For a look at our ongoing activities, visit If you would like to offer your ideas or comments on our work, reach out to Kerri Young at

Below are some highlights of our progress over the past quarter:

  • Created a page on our website dedicated to our ongonig commitments to racial and social equity.
  • After a formal presentation by Woody LaBounty and Kerri Young in February 2021, the Heritage board reviewed and passed a resolution formally adopting a commitment statement (written in full above) and policy for the prioritization of equity in all Heritage activities.
  • Joined the city-led Survey Advisory Group (SAG), whose discussions are informing the upcoming Citywide Historic and Cultural Context Statement and Survey. This work will prioritize intangible and cultural heritage.
  • Began work with the American Indian Cultural District (AICD) on a native-led process for documenting significant tangible and intangible sites within the district.
Equity Report Card

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