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What can colleges do for homeless students?

As of 2019, about 19% of California Community College students were homeless. As COVID-19 spreads throughout the United States, students are now expected to learn from home via laptops, tablets, and computers. The question is, where are the homeless students going to...

What Is The People’s Budget Sacramento?

According to the People’s Budget website “President Trump and Congressional Republicans want Americans to believe that we must slash funding for vital cornerstones of our society, including Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, to pay for their tax handout to...

Starting a Microenterprise with your community

With the 2nd shutdown of Sacramento taking place, companies and organizations are still practicing social distancing to maintain safety for the community. Alchemist Community Development Corporation (CDC) maintains a healthy relationship in providing tools to empower...

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What can colleges do for homeless students?

As of 2019, about 19% of California Community College students were homeless. As COVID-19 spreads...

Cures on the horizon: progress in the race for a vaccine

The largest COVID-19 study to date began on Monday with 30,000 volunteers from across the United...

What Is The People’s Budget Sacramento?

According to the People’s Budget website “President Trump and Congressional Republicans want...

The COVID-19 Disparities: Income, Race, and Ethnicity

With Sacramento COVID-19 rates rising and hospitals preparing for an extreme increase in...

Starting a Microenterprise with your community

With the 2nd shutdown of Sacramento taking place, companies and organizations are still practicing...

How will COVID fallout affect the homeless crisis

As of 2019, over 550,000 Americans were considered homeless. California saw an increase of 21,306...

What can colleges do for homeless students?

As of 2019, about 19% of California Community College students were homeless. As COVID-19 spreads...

Cures on the horizon: progress in the race for a vaccine

The largest COVID-19 study to date began on Monday with 30,000 volunteers from across the United...

What Is The People’s Budget Sacramento?

According to the People’s Budget website “President Trump and Congressional Republicans want...

The COVID-19 Disparities: Income, Race, and Ethnicity

With Sacramento COVID-19 rates rising and hospitals preparing for an extreme increase in...

Starting a Microenterprise with your community

With the 2nd shutdown of Sacramento taking place, companies and organizations are still practicing...

How will COVID fallout affect the homeless crisis

As of 2019, over 550,000 Americans were considered homeless. California saw an increase of 21,306...

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What can colleges do for homeless students?

As of 2019, about 19% of California Community College students were homeless. As COVID-19 spreads throughout the United States, students are now expected to learn from home via laptops, tablets, and computers. The question is, where are the homeless students going to...

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What Is The People’s Budget Sacramento?

According to the People’s Budget website “President Trump and Congressional Republicans want Americans to believe that we must slash funding for vital cornerstones of our society, including Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, to pay for their tax handout to...

read more

Starting a Microenterprise with your community

With the 2nd shutdown of Sacramento taking place, companies and organizations are still practicing social distancing to maintain safety for the community. Alchemist Community Development Corporation (CDC) maintains a healthy relationship in providing tools to empower...

read more

How will COVID fallout affect the homeless crisis

As of 2019, over 550,000 Americans were considered homeless. California saw an increase of 21,306 people on the streets. This increase of homelessness was so severe that it actually offset the homeless decline in every other state. It is not an understatement to call...

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