Sacramento is known for it’s Farm to Fork movement and it’s Capitol Building. But what it may not be well known for is the surprising increasing numbers of homeless people that are haunting the county of Sacramento. In 2017, an organization by the name of Sacramento Steps Forward (SSF) did a homeless count in the […]
According to the Sacramento Bee, “Rising suicide rates and depression in U.S. teens and young adults have prompted researchers to ask a provocative question: Could the same devices that some people blame for contributing to tech-age angst also be used to detect it?” This question is leading scientists to think of apps and programs that […]
On Sunday, January 14th, on the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd and 14th Avenue, the Oak Park Art Garden will be hosting a “neighborhood action day”. The event will be open for members of the community to partake in painting the communal fence mural that surrounds the lot as well as a chance […]
Sac To Zero is an organization that hopes to help give more access to emission-free transportation to the people of Sacramento. I was so intrigued by this ambitious goal, so I went to visit them in Downtown Sacramento to see what more they had to share.
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. […]