District 10 Supervisor Malia Cohen Announces Community Meeting for SFPD shooting of Kenneth Harding: July 20th at 6:00 PM

Here it is:

Community Meeting this Wednesday, 7/20 at 6:00pm at the Bayview Opera House (3rd Street at Oakdale Ave.). Please join us to discuss the recent shooting. Questions? Call (415) 554-7670.”

And here’s the SFPD invite for the same event:

“San Francisco Police Department Community Meeting July 20th
Posted Date:7/18/2011

Police Chief Greg Suhr will conduct a community meeting on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at The Bayview Opera House, 4075 Third Street, at 6:00pm. The meeting will focus on the recent officer involved shooting at Third Street and Palou Avenue.

For further information please contact the San Francisco Police Department Community Relations Unit by calling 415-734-3280, or emailing the unit at

sfpdcommunityrelations@sfgov.org.”

Oh, and here’s the latest protest, skedded for July 19th, 2011 at Dolores Park:

Title: RAGE IN THE STREETS: Cops Kill Again!
START DATE: Tuesday July 19
TIME: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Location Details:
Dolores Park, 19th and Dolores, San Francisco
Event Type: Protest

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3 Responses to “District 10 Supervisor Malia Cohen Announces Community Meeting for SFPD shooting of Kenneth Harding: July 20th at 6:00 PM”

  1. Sister Wendy says:

    The same Kenneth Harding wanted in connection with a shooting that left a pregnant woman and her unborn child dead?

  2. sfcitizen says:

    The very same, AFAIK.

    He was wanted as a person of interest, that’s true.

  3. Work for Peace says:

    Was there a discussion on how to heal the Bayview community through Proactive means instead of inciting more hatred?

    How about how to empower residents? Those who were SO outraged about this latest incident, where was the outrage when other crimes and shootings occurred not involving police?

    I ask why community leaders have failed to gather the residents of this troubled neighborhood which is a part of the bay area into joining the bay area in stopping crime via neighborhood watch?

    When leaders empower people and that means Bayview Residents MUST step up and take back their neighborhood block by block from crime through town halls in the neighborhood, walking door to door, using church leaders then there won’t be a need for this “Rage against Police”. Try raging FOR positive solutions, because when all is said and NOTHING done, another shooting, another homicide and crime will happen.