Photos | KPIX/CBS News Bay Area Brings Together Community Leaders for Black History Month Kickoff Celebration

CBS News Bay Area, Bay Area REGISTRY and the African American Employee Network (AAEN), kicks off Black History Month with their annual after-work reception

Event: KPIX/CBS News Bay Area Black History Month Kickoff Celebration
Date: February 1, 2023
Location: KPIX/CBS, San Francisco
Photos (33): Courtesy of KPIX

Networking • Mix/mingle with KPIX News Anchors and Reporters • Black History Month Video Short • Story Collection • Live News Cut-in • Performance • Food from Town Fare by Michele McQueen • Beer Tasting with Hella Coastal • Wine by P. Harrell Wines

The event was hosted by Justin Andrews, Morning Anchor – KPIX 5, with a special live performance by San Francisco’s Poet Laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin

The Black History Month collaboration focused on gathering African American business, professional, arts and community organization leaders who are experts in their respective fields, both for networking and being a resource to the news station.

For over 15 years, CBS News Bay Area has collaborated with local businesses, non-profits, and community leaders for after-work receptions at our studios that celebrate the diversity of the Bay Area. These gatherings bring together groups of influencers to meet the CBS staff and on-air talent, and learn about community stories.



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