Black Women’s Health & Wellness Conference

Chioko Grevious founder of BWHWC will be our guest on Live Wire to talk about The 3rd Annual Black Women’s Health & Wellness Conference (BWHWC), Sacramento, will commence on Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 9am – 3pm, at the University of California, Davis-Education Building, [address: 4610 X Street, Sacramento, CA 95817].  The purpose of this conference is to focus on reducing health disparities that disproportionately affect Black women by raising awareness about mental and physical health. The conference will educate attendees about the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. For the last two years, BWHWC has successfully outreached and served over 300 black women throughout Sacramento County by hosting the BWHWC conference. Through their annual conference, they have been able to provide a welcoming and supportive space where black women are able to engage with one another, focus on prioritizing their health. Last year they had over 150 participants who were able to increase their knowledge and awareness on cardiovascular health.  This year’s conference will focus on inclusivity in health and will explore the health needs of Black women from all backgrounds!! They are going to discuss topics such as mental health, sexual health, inclusivity in healthcare for diverse groups of Black women, and the negative impacts that racism and sexism has on health. Come join them for a day of healing, self-care, unity, and love, while they tackle important issues that impact health. For More Information: 


Banana Festival Jazz-A-Peel

Joining us on Live Wire is Chef Richard Parnell and Celestial Thomas the Festival Queen.  They will be talking about The upcoming 9th Annual Sacramento Banana Festival, on August 11-12, 2018 at William Land Park, is an exciting family-friendly, multi-cultural festival celebrating the many countries and cultures that use the banana! The two-day festival offers fun for all ages , banana cuisine, live entertainment, multi-cultural exhibits, marketplace, food trucks and more.  The Sacramento Banana Festival benefits the National Academic Youth Corps, which provides art and educational programs for over 15,000 youth and adults every year right here in Sacramento, as well as over a dozen other worthy local charities.  For More information: