In this video, we are shown what was offered for a youth reporter at the Statewide Youth Media Network Conference.
In 1926, Black History Month was originally “Negro History Week” on the second week of February. The United States continues to celebrate “Negro History Week”, but now for an entire month that has been renamed “Black History Month”. In this video, Eli Meza speaks on Black History Month, it’s importance and how it could improve.
On Saturday, January 26th, the Sacramento Black College Expo took place at Sacramento State University. There were on-site admissions, resources and a celebrity after-party!
On Sunday, January 13th, members of the Oak Park community came together to paint fences, make pathways and plant fruit trees at what is called Art Garden. If you would like more information on upcoming community gatherings at Art Garden, view the following link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/124122945099230/
NorCal Resist recently sent 15 people to help at the southern border. An event was hosted at the First United Methodist Church where community members could ask questions and discuss issues such as intersectionality and youth involvement, and how they impact asylum law.
In this video, new Neighborhood News Correspondent Arabesque Lynaolu takes us on a tour of her community and what it means to be a young person in Sacramento.
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.
The 21st annual Sacramento Arts Festival was held this weekend at the Sacramento Convention Center in downtown. The festival kicked off on Friday, October 26th, at 10 am and ended at 6 pm.
The Sacramento Arts Festival, featuring 225 of the country’s most amazing fine artists and craftspeople, opened back up at 10 am on Saturday and Sunday.
Three years ago, Carlos wasn’t a US citizen. His mom and sister still aren’t. But since he is, he’s voting this year. He’s voting for himself, and he’s voting for them.