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Rev. Cecil Williams

Civil rights leader Martin Luther King,Jr. (C) waves to supporters from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963 on the Mall in Washington, DC during the "March on Washington." (AFP/AFP/Getty Images)

2 Bay Area Ministers Recall Historic March On Washington

On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, two high-profile San Francisco ministers recounted their experiences from the civil rights march and rally in Washington, D.C.

08/28/2013

Rev. Cecil Williams of Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco. (David Paul Morris/Getty Images)

Street Corner In San Francisco Dedicated To Rev. Cecil Williams

The corner of Ellis and Taylor streets in San Francisco has been named after a local minister to recognize his efforts for the underserved community.

08/20/2013

Glide's holiday grocery bag giveaway. (CBS)

Hundreds Line Up In The Cold For Glide’s Grocery-Bag Giveaway In SF Tenderloin

Hundreds in need were willing to wait in some very cold temperatures and long lines Wednesday morning for the annual grocery bag giveaway from Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco’s Tenderloin.

12/19/2012

People line up outside Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco for a food giveaway, December 16, 2011. (CBS)

SF Glide Memorial Grocery Giveaway Helps Thousands In Tenderloin

A line of people estimated in the thousands wrapped around Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco for an annual food giveaway Friday.

12/16/2011

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Mayor Lee Encourages San Franciscans To Participate In Season Of Giving

San Francisco’s Mayor Ed Lee is encouraging residents to participate in the Season of Giving so that the less fortunate don’t suffer this Thanksgiving.

11/19/2011

Volunteers fill grocery bags to be distributed to the needy at Glide Memorial Church December 16, 2004 in San Francisco. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Glide Offers San Francisco’s Homeless, Hope and a Hot Meal

Roughly five thousand volunteers served San Francisco’s homeless at Glide Memorial Church on Saturday. It was so crowded outside that traffic cops were needed.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–12/25/2010