Sol Collective held a screening of “13th” and Paul Willis, the facilitator of the event, talked about what he hoped would come from the knowledge. Time will tell if what he hopes for come true.
This video is about the Heart Walk project held Saturday 11th at the La Familia Center. This video contains a recap of the event, as well as interviews with the organizers. Also discussed is the partners that helped bring the program together.
This video contains a recap of the Hurley Way Harvest event, as well a an interview with Dominic Allamano, and a home owner who allowed the volunteers to pick fruit from trees on her house.
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by Eric Sanderson
Letting the leaves fall where they may simply isn’t an option when a young girl and her friends put virtue in front of safety.
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.
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 Tuesday, May 3, 2016, Access Sacramento will be participating in the Big Day of Giving; A 24-hour on-line giving event for non-profit orgranizations. Access Sacramento is a proud media partner in the Sacramento Regional Foundation’s BIG Day of Giving, highlighting the great work of nonprofits across our community.
Access Sacramento has positively touched the lives of thousands of households across the Sacramento community with our cable television and radio programming that supports freedom of speech, local filmmaking, the arts, and promotes diverse cultural awareness – We’re Making a Difference, One Voice at a Time.
With our mascot Quentin Sacrametno’s help, Access Sacramento plans to make a BIG splash too. In case you missed it, check out Quentin’s dramatic rescue of a local gym patron.
Be our hero and help us raise our goal of $10,000 in those 24-hours. Your support will help us continue our ongoing effort to enrich our community through original cable television and radio programming.
All donations through BigDayofGiving.org are 100% tax deductible.
You can help us reach our goal in 3 simple steps!
- First, please give to Access Sacramento on Tuesday, May 3 by going to bigdayofgiving.org and making a donation. Minimum giving is $25.
- Second, promote Access Sacramento to everyone you know. Forward this message to your friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers asking them to help support local public access cable television and radio programming created by our community members.
- Third, Follow Access on Facebook and Twitter and share the mission of Access with your network. We have an exciting campaign underway and would love to have you join in the fun!
Whether you are giving $25, $500, $1,000 or promoting Access by forwarding this message on, we appreciate your ongoing support for Access. Thank you for your efforts, and we look forward to seeing you at our next Access Sacramento event.
Watch our LIVE TV coverage of the Big Day of giving on Access Sacramento Cable Channel 17 Tuesday May 3, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.. Watch the Finale of the Access Sacramento Big Day of Giving Rally on LIVE TV Tuesday, May 3 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Access Sacramento can be seen on Comcast and Consolidated Communications channel 17, AT&T U-Verse Channel 14 and live streamed from AccessSacramento.org.
Access Sacramento is a 501(c3 non-profit foundation operating public access television channels 17 and 18 on Comcast and Consolidated Communications, and channel 14 on AT&T, with radio operations on cable and on KUBU-LP 96.5 FM from downtown Sacramento. For more information on Access Sacramento or the Big Day of Giving campaign call Gary Martin Executive Director (916) 456-8600. ext #100
This is a naturalistic video reflecting on what I describe as “my community”.