San Francisco metropolis officers are contemplating condemning the choice to call a neighborhood public hospital after Mark Zuckerberg—a transfer backed by nurses and docs on the hospital, who’ve been railing towards the Fb co-founder and CEO because the hospital modified its identify in 2015.
San Francisco Supervisor Gordon Mar on Tuesday launched a decision to the board of supervisors that will condemn the Zuckerberg identify. The decision additionally urges town to determine clear guidelines on naming rights that mirror town’s “values and a dedication to affirming and upholding human rights, dignity, and social and racial justice.”
Docs and nurses on the hospital have been campaigning for the hospital to drop the identify because it was first launched in 2015, following a $75 million donation from Zuckerberg and his spouse, Priscilla Chan, a pediatrician who used to work on the hospital. Through the years, hospital workers have expressed concern that the hospital is related to Fb and all of its issues and controversies—together with, however not restricted to, these associated to privateness, unethical analysis, the dissemination of misinformation, hate speech, and disinformation.
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