On January 20th 2017, people marched through the streets of Sacramento in protest of the inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States. One group formed in the quad of Sacramento City College and marched down Freeport Boulevard before convening with a larger group in front of the State Capital, where people chanted, played music, performed spoken-word poetry and gave speeches on behalf of groups and causes they felt were threatened after the inauguration.
The question of who will lead the world of tomorrow might not be as clear cut but it’s a question many have tried to answer. Young people will be the one to take the torch once the older generation retired. Are the youth of the Sacramento prepared to make changes?
A recent study from the Annal of Internal Medicine says guidelines that are set to regulate sugars in foods are unreliable. It is also important to note that this study was funded by sugar “giant”, so to say, such as Coca-Cola, McDonald, And Pepsi. This conflict of interested could be a problem considering that sugars are scientifically linked to the current obesity epidemic in America.
In this video, I go to Carmichael Park to discuss the different types of activities that they hold there. I also discuss how Carmichael Park allows Visions in Educations to hold their activities at the park as well.
I’m proud to call myself part of the Neighborhood News Correspondent team. Isaac and the team taught me what it means to be a content creator. This has been Bruce Tran for accesslocal.tv signing off.
The Oak Park Farmer’s Market is a big part of the Sacramento community. This was their last event for the season. Let check up on them to see what they been up to!
During this election year, the subject of refugees has been brought up many times. But does the average American know what the life of refugees in this country is actually like? This video intends to shed some light on the subject.