On Friday, October 26th, Mayor Darrell Steinberg answered questions about Measure U, a tax plan will renew the same tax instituted in 2012 as well as adding an additional half-cent, creating a one-cent tax. It was an opportunity for the community, especially South Sacramento Youth, to voice their opinions and ask questions about the proposed […]
Recently, the New York Times published an article speaking on the situation of transgender and gender non-conforming erasure. The article said that “The Trump administration is considering narrowly defining gender as a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth, the most drastic move yet in a governmentwide effort to roll back recognition and protections […]
On Wednesday, October 3rd, Sacramento State hosted an event called “How To Be a Better Ally” to help people understand how to be a better ally towards those who are transgender. This event focused on things like how to respect other’s pronouns, understand what other people are going through and also teaches about gender and […]
On October 31st the Sacramento BHC is hosting their 7th annual Boys and Men of Color (BMoC) Sacramento Summit. This event will take place at the Sacramento State University Ballroom starting early in the day at 9:00 AM at last until 4:00 PM. “The BMoC Sacramento Summit is an annual full-day event which is focused […]
Voices From Our Streets
The Burbank Garden is located at Luther Burbank High. It is a part of an agricultural program for the students at the school. In this video, we take a look into what they are building and what it means to the students.
As a young Hispanic, I know that there are many reasons why I need to vote and have my voice heard. With the midterm elections coming up, this is an important time for me to do my part and help shape our nation into what I want it to be.
On Wednesday, July 12th, Sol Collective hosted a film screening of the Netflix documentary “They Call Us Monsters” The film features three boys, Jarad Nava, Juan Gamez, and Antonio Hernandez, who are all facing life sentences for murder or attempted murder and work together to write a screenplay about their lives before they were incarcerated. […]