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Youth and gun violence

Youth and gun violence

Within the first few weeks of October 2020, shootings have occurred over the weekends. Some of these shootings have resulted in youth casualties. 4 separate shootings in the short span have resulted in 3 dead, and many more injured. One of the shootings occurred at a...

What is Measure A?

What is Measure A?

City ballot Measure A is a multifaceted proposal that has been the focus of much public debate ahead of the November 3 election.   The measure would fundamentally revise the city charter, making the mayor the city's executive officer rather than the city manager,...

CLBC Youth Forum

CLBC Youth Forum

On Saturday, October 3rd the California Legislative Black Caucus hosted an online youth forum titled “The Pandemic of Health and Hate.” This forum was led by Dr. Shirley Weber and featured members of CLBC as well as youth advocates in both high school and college....

Sacramento opens new homeless shelter for women

Sacramento opens new homeless shelter for women

A new 24-hour homeless shelter for women opened Thursday in the Meadowview area near the Pannell Community Center.   The shelter has a capacity of 50 that officials seek to expand to 100 in the future, and contains amenities including dining spaces, showers, and...

SCUSD’s Meal Programs for Students

SCUSD’s Meal Programs for Students

As students in the Sacramento Unified School District (SCUSD) have started online education, most of the secondary activities such as recess,or club programs that engage students in comradery and physical tasks aren't as accessible due to California's school campus...

Police Abolition is on more people’s mind than you think

Police Abolition is on more people’s mind than you think

As discriminatory policing has been observed tremendously this year with the death of George Floyd and many others, America has only experienced 12 days in 2020 where police have not caused a fatality. Websites dedicated to mapping police violence across each state,...

Access Spotlight: Fridays for Future

Access Spotlight: Fridays for Future

Fridays for Future is an international youth-run climate justice organization originally founded in response to a series of school walk-outs conducted by Swedish student and activist Greta Thunberg as a climate justice call-to-action.   A chapter in Sacramento...

Shonna McDaniels Mural For Wide Open Walls

Shonna McDaniels Mural For Wide Open Walls

Shonna McDaniels and her team were excited to work on their second mural for Wide Open Walls depicting black history and culture. "Ten years ago we didn't have that kind of love when we attempted to put an image like this on a wall, exactly ten...

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SCUSD’s Meal Programs for Students

SCUSD’s Meal Programs for Students

As students in the Sacramento Unified School District (SCUSD) have started online education, most of the secondary activities such as recess,or club programs that engage students in comradery and physical tasks aren't as accessible due to California's school campus...

Police Abolition is on more people’s mind than you think

Police Abolition is on more people’s mind than you think

As discriminatory policing has been observed tremendously this year with the death of George Floyd and many others, America has only experienced 12 days in 2020 where police have not caused a fatality. Websites dedicated to mapping police violence across each state,...

Access Spotlight: Fridays for Future

Access Spotlight: Fridays for Future

Fridays for Future is an international youth-run climate justice organization originally founded in response to a series of school walk-outs conducted by Swedish student and activist Greta Thunberg as a climate justice call-to-action.   A chapter in Sacramento...

Shonna McDaniels Mural For Wide Open Walls

Shonna McDaniels Mural For Wide Open Walls

Shonna McDaniels and her team were excited to work on their second mural for Wide Open Walls depicting black history and culture. "Ten years ago we didn't have that kind of love when we attempted to put an image like this on a wall, exactly ten...

Sacramento County budget approved amidst outcry

Sacramento County budget approved amidst outcry

Last week, the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors approved the 2020-2021 budget, with much debate centered around a 7.1% increase in funding for the county sheriff's office.   The decision came after intense public debate surrounding reports that $104 million...

Community Night at the Drive-In

Community Night at the Drive-In

On Friday, September 25th, the Sacramento Native American Health Center is hosting a Community Night at the Drive-In in honor of suicide prevention month and to promote community wellness.    This free event includes dinner for the first 200 people, a showing of...

Wed., September 30, 2020 at 5 PM Channel 17 Creatives Unite

Host Ray Tatar joins Shira Lane Executive Director of The Atrium this Wednesday! The Atrium is a collaborative of entrepreneurs and creatives who work to inspire and innovate. They have an environmentally-focus co-working space assisting arts to survive through the...

VIDEO: No More Kids In Cages

VIDEO: No More Kids In Cages

Luke Basker, a UC Davis Med graduate,and part of the emergency medical team for the protest had this to say. “The whole reason I became a nurse and hopped into the medical field was to help others in need, no matter what color or spirituality...

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SCUSD’s Meal Programs for Students

SCUSD’s Meal Programs for Students

As students in the Sacramento Unified School District (SCUSD) have started online education, most of the secondary activities such as recess,or club programs that engage students in comradery and physical tasks aren't as accessible due to California's school campus...

Police Abolition is on more people’s mind than you think

Police Abolition is on more people’s mind than you think

As discriminatory policing has been observed tremendously this year with the death of George Floyd and many others, America has only experienced 12 days in 2020 where police have not caused a fatality. Websites dedicated to mapping police violence across each state,...

Access Spotlight: Fridays for Future

Access Spotlight: Fridays for Future

Fridays for Future is an international youth-run climate justice organization originally founded in response to a series of school walk-outs conducted by Swedish student and activist Greta Thunberg as a climate justice call-to-action.   A chapter in Sacramento...

Shonna McDaniels Mural For Wide Open Walls

Shonna McDaniels Mural For Wide Open Walls

Shonna McDaniels and her team were excited to work on their second mural for Wide Open Walls depicting black history and culture. "Ten years ago we didn't have that kind of love when we attempted to put an image like this on a wall, exactly ten...

Sacramento County budget approved amidst outcry

Sacramento County budget approved amidst outcry

Last week, the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors approved the 2020-2021 budget, with much debate centered around a 7.1% increase in funding for the county sheriff's office.   The decision came after intense public debate surrounding reports that $104 million...

Community Night at the Drive-In

Community Night at the Drive-In

On Friday, September 25th, the Sacramento Native American Health Center is hosting a Community Night at the Drive-In in honor of suicide prevention month and to promote community wellness.    This free event includes dinner for the first 200 people, a showing of...

VIDEO: No More Kids In Cages

VIDEO: No More Kids In Cages

Luke Basker, a UC Davis Med graduate,and part of the emergency medical team for the protest had this to say. “The whole reason I became a nurse and hopped into the medical field was to help others in need, no matter what color or spirituality...

Sacramento and River City Food Bank lending a helping hand

Sacramento and River City Food Bank lending a helping hand

Everyone has the ability to grab something off the shelf but having food literacy can help make informed decisions on what we eat. Food literacy is a conscious choice through food related experiences such as heading to the farmers market or learning how to cook from...

New program to assist with school shutdowns

New program to assist with school shutdowns

The transition to online learning was tough for students and teachers alike. Now we are in September and while many students and teachers have adapted, for some it hasn’t been easy.   However, for those who are struggling, a new helpful program began on September...

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Wed., September 30, 2020 at 5 PM Channel 17 Creatives Unite

Host Ray Tatar joins Shira Lane Executive Director of The Atrium this Wednesday! The Atrium is a collaborative of entrepreneurs and creatives who work to inspire and innovate. They have an environmentally-focus co-working space assisting arts to survive through the...

Comedy Time  Wednesday, August 5th at 5PM Channel 17

Host Ray Tatar laughs it up with Brian Crall from the Sacramento Comedy Spot. Northern California's largest comedy school is right here in Sactown. The Sacramento Comedy Spot is a local nonprofit featuring improv, stand-up, sketch comedy, original videos, and short...

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Ten Sacramento Films Make Cable TV Premiere

Ten Sacramento Films Make Cable TV Premiere

Access Sacramento presents full televised coverage of the stage presentations and world premiere of 10 original 10-minute movies as part of the 20th annual "A Place Called Sacramento" Film Festival beginning Friday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. The program presents the...

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