Local NAACP Rally Calls for Equal Protection Under the Law

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SACRAMENTO – In response to several national incidents regarding African Americans killed at the hands of White law enforcement officers and that none have been held accountable for those deaths, the local branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is holding a Rally For Justice on Saturday, December 13 from […]

Women of Color Making Connections Event To Be Held at Brickhouse Gallery

SACRAMENTO – Area women are being invited to explore and celebrate the common bonds they share at a Women of Color Making Connections session scheduled for Thursday, November 20. The event is set to run 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Brickhouse Gallery and Art Complex, 2837 36th Street. Women of Color Making Connections is all about […]

“Dancing Masks” Exhibit Remerges for One Day Exhibit

SACRAMENTO – ‘DANCING MASKS’ the extremely successful 2014 exhibit of West African masks re-emerges this year at the Fenix Drum and Dance Studio, located at 2110 Del Paso Boulevard. This one day exhibit on Saturday, November 15 will again feature authentic African masks from the collection of James Albertson and Julia Stagg. The gallery will […]

Birthday Celebration to Raise Funds for Local Ministry

SOUTH SACRAMENTO – Local minister and attorney Don F. Harris has made it his life’s work to give back so it’s no surprise that his birthday celebration is doubling as a fundraiser for his church. Harris is the founder and Ministry Leader of Safehaven Ministries of Sacramento, Inc. The fundraiser, titled “Seasoned with Life,” is […]

The Sojourner Truth African American Museum Hosts “A Taste of Tanzanian Food” Fundraiser

SACRAMENTO – A local museum offers the community a taste of culture on a regular basis, so it’s fitting that they’ve chosen “A Taste of Tanzanian Food” as a fundraiser. The Sojourner Truth African American Museum will host the fundraiser on Saturday, November 15 and is asking for the local community’s help to make the […]

SBCC Hosts Annual “Women’s Forum… Connecting The Dots”

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SACRAMENTO – The Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce will host its annual “Women’s Forum…Connecting the Dots” on November 13 at the Embassy Suites Hotel from 8:00 a.m. until 12 noon. SMUD board member Rene Taylor welcome our guests and Lorrie Lowry, Project Manager for the City of Sacramento’s Economic Development Department, will moderate. Other presenters […]

CBHN Hosts A Tribute to the Affordable Care Act and Covered California

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SACRAMENTO – The California Black Health Network (CBHN) will host its annual Heroes in Health Gala, “A Tribute to the Affordable Care Act and Covered California”, Saturday, November 1, 2014 at the Sacramento Convention Center. The celebration will begin with a VIP Reception at 5:30p.m. followed by the Gala starting at 7:00p.m. Crystal Brown, Senior Director, […]

Sacrmaento Black Chamber Hosts Meet & Greet Mixer

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SACRAMENTO – The Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce (SBCC) gets down to business this week, providing an opportunity for members and supporters to interact with current Board Members and those who’ll lead the organization in the new year. The SBCC is set to host a Meet & Greet mixer Wednesday, October 29 with guests being […]

Don’t Miss The Real Divas of Sacramento

SACRAMENTO – The real divas of Sacramento will perform live in concert and their show promises to more class than anything seen on reality television. The Three Divas– pianist Theresa Keene, dramatic soprano Sheryl Counter and lyric soprano Leslie Sandefur– are set to share the stage on Wednesday, October 29. Their midday concert is scheduled […]

Before It’s Too Late: The Play. The Movie. The Experience.

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SACRAMENTO – Calvary Christian Center’s Theatrical Arts Ministry (TAM) is known for it’s hard hitting productions. So it’s no surprise the return of their groundbreaking production, “Before It’s Too Late” is already the talk of the town. Last year, Before It’s Too Late was performed for a several thousand attendees and drew audience members from […]