The film “LadyBird” was filmed here in Sacramento. It’s about a teenager who’s family struggles financially. Her dream college is in New York, but going there could harm her already rocky relationship with her mother.
On December 2nd, two documentary films were shown at the Guild Theater in Sacramento. They were films about the lives of Transgender Women, and other members of the LGBTQ community. The films are part of a three-part event trying to promote solidarity, and knowledge about the LGBT community.
On Saturday, November 11th, a group of like-minded people gathered together at the state capital to talk about gun violence in America, and steps you can do to prevent it.
From September 8th through September 10th, the Neighborhood News Correspondent team covered the Free Our Dreams Summit at UC Davis. In this video report, four participants and organizers of the event answered what they personally stand for and how they plan to have a voice in the current political climate.
The Free Our Dreams event at UC Davis brought youth from all around California to come together and discuss issues in their communities. One of the most recent issues Californians and many other people across the country face is the fazing-out of the DACA program. In this video, we explain what DACA is, and how it will affect the people.
The 2nd Annual Black Women’s Health and Wellness Conference was held at the Education Building of the UC Davis Medical Center on July 12th. The goal of the conference was to inform black women on common health disparities they face and connect them with resources for prevention.
Equality California, Health Access California, and The Sacramento LGBT Community Center recently hosted an LGBTQ town hall to discuss how changes to Obamacare will affect the LGBTQ community.
Instead of having a celebration for his birthday, local youth advocate Fong Tran decided he would host a concert to raise awareness of an organization that means a lot to him: Sac Girls Speak.
In the Shine Cafe right on the corner of E street and 14th, an open-mic was held by Speak Out Sacramento. Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday, at 8:00 pm to 10:30 pm, people with artistic talents of all levels are welcome to come and share what they have created.
Girls on the Rise works towards giving young women a voice in their community. The youth find issues they wish to tackle, and bring their knowledge and discoveries to their annual conferences, in order to educate others about them.