In this video I talk about what I have learned, experienced, and enjoyed while working as a Neighborhood News Corespondent for AccessLocal.Tv. I also talk about my favorite video I did throughout the program and tips for the upcoming news team!
In this video I talk about the #GetLoud posters by the California Endowment that are now being seen in Sacramento and the meaning behind them.
The new online voter registration, promoted by California’s Secretary of State Padilla in the beginning of 2016, ranks up 560,000 new voter applicants, with 33% being of the youth community. In this video I explain the new youth voting surge and how many people are noticing the trend and its impact.
Universitiy of California campuses are taking bigger strides to end mental health stigma and reach out to students to let them know there are programs and clinicians for there needs and help. In this video I interviewed students planning on attending a UC campus this upcoming fall of 2016.
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On Saturday, March 26th, Sacramento Charter High-School in alliance with Soil Born Farms hosted a event called Harvest Sacramento where organizations, local people and youth of all ages were encouraged to come and pair up into teams and head into the neighborhoods. The featuring neighborhoods were North Oak Park, Midtown, East Sacramento, and many more from all over Sacramento County.
Each group had a specific neighborhood to harvest from and carpooled to the many registered local homes. Then the owner of the property which the tree was on was able to decide whether they wanted to keep or donate all of their fruit from their overbearing trees to the Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services for those in need of fresh fruit.
Harvest Sacramento also gives anyone who participates take home boxes of different type of citrus like grapefruit, oranges, lemons and tangerines for their own selves, families, friends and or community centers. With the efforts of everyone who collaborated on this day during this recent event, they had reached the amount of a little more than 4,000 lbs of fruit.
“I’ve lead individual harvest groups and have participated in the picking its exciting,” said Melanie Weir, program participant. “Whenever I come out I always meet interesting and awesome people that are inspirational.”
In this video, I got an interview with Dominic Allamano at a one of his community volunteer events for the program Harvest Sacramento along with footage of volunteers who attended the event.
This is a naturalistic video reflecting on what I describe as “my community”.
The California Endowment has commissioned a new movement of young diverse people are presenting the most important social issues to ultimately drive young people to the polls. This is the #GetLoud Movement! Here is a video of interviews that I conducted with young people on their thoughts on voting. Its time to #GetLoud and Vote!