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Half of the Farm to Fork City is a Food Desert

As the population of Sacramento continues to increase, developers take the opportunity to accommodate to the needs of new residents. New apartment complexes, businesses and restaurants pop up seemingly out of nowhere. As land is bought and built on, the communities...

The Shift from Disciplined to Trauma-Informed Schools

Every week it seems, a traumatic event happens for millions of American children. What can we do to reduce the childhood trauma, or at least begin the process of healing our youth? School’s have been conforming to being “trauma-informed” schools. What is trauma? How...

Where’s The Housing? Screening

On Monday night, August 5th, the Sacramento Tenants Union screened a documentary by Black Zebra, called the Stockton Blvd Evictions which shows our cities unhelpful approach to addressing a serious issue, and the inhumane treatment that these...

Hate Crimes on the Rise for Fifth Consecutive Year

Hate crimes have been on an increase in the last couple of years. A new report by the University of Santa Barbara from their center for the study of Hate and Extremism has shown that there has been a 9% increase in hate crimes in 30 major American cities. According to...

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Half of the Farm to Fork City is a Food Desert

As the population of Sacramento continues to increase, developers take the opportunity to...

Game of the Week Begins 22nd Year with Rivalry Match-Up on Access Sacramento

by Will James Hometown Sports   The CIF Sac-Joaquin Section high school football season kicks-off...

The Shift from Disciplined to Trauma-Informed Schools

Every week it seems, a traumatic event happens for millions of American children. What can we do...

Where’s The Housing? Screening

On Monday night, August 5th, the Sacramento Tenants Union screened a...

Hate Crimes on the Rise for Fifth Consecutive Year

Hate crimes have been on an increase in the last couple of years. A new report by the University...

Victory for Oregon students: New “Mental Health Days”

Back in February, four high school students from Oregon, introduced a bill that would allow...

Half of the Farm to Fork City is a Food Desert

As the population of Sacramento continues to increase, developers take the opportunity to...

Game of the Week Begins 22nd Year with Rivalry Match-Up on Access Sacramento

by Will James Hometown Sports   The CIF Sac-Joaquin Section high school football season kicks-off...

The Shift from Disciplined to Trauma-Informed Schools

Every week it seems, a traumatic event happens for millions of American children. What can we do...

Where’s The Housing? Screening

On Monday night, August 5th, the Sacramento Tenants Union screened a...

Hate Crimes on the Rise for Fifth Consecutive Year

Hate crimes have been on an increase in the last couple of years. A new report by the University...

Victory for Oregon students: New “Mental Health Days”

Back in February, four high school students from Oregon, introduced a bill that would allow...

Featured Stories

Students Aiming For Change

On Thursday, August 8th, the Students for Inclusive Communities Project held its first Info Social for youth to get involved with community planning. Veritable Good Consulting, a local organization focused on environmental justice within the Sacramento began the...

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The Benefits of Veganism

In this video, some of the health benefits of going on a plant-based diet are discussed, including reducing the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, an ongoing issue in various communities.

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Swap Your Junk at The Barter ‘N Brunch

On Sunday, July 28th, the first Barter ‘N Brunch took place at Sol Collective. Barter ‘N Brunch was a free swap meet for the community to bring their no longer needed belongings to trade with others, put together by Poppie Field Productions, in association with Peach...

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Star Porras, Signing Back On!

It has been a little more than a month since I last produced content for AccessLocal, and it feels great to be back! Since the last time I wrote, I have accomplished quite a bit. I have been part of a few really fun projects, as well as started my own.   Shortly...

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News Stories of the Last Few Weeks

Here at Access, we have been on a break for about a month. Within that month there have been many things that have happened in the news. Whether it be local, national, or worldwide. The last time I wrote for Access was back in late June 2019 and it was a very busy...

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My Four Years At Access – By Ivan Caballero

I’m Ivan Caballero and I have been working here at Access Local for almost four years now. Four awesome years of writing, podcasting, and reporting. This job has given me so many opportunities to expand my skills, so much so that I’m not even entirely sure if I...

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