Blacks Frustrated with School Board Member

SACRAMENTO – With this year being an election year, there has been a lot of attention paid to national and local politics this season. And while the battle for the White House and the race for Sacramento’s next mayor are very important, there is another race that is gaining attention among the region’s African American […]

Parolees Honored For Turning Their Lives Around

SACRAMENTO – Many parolees struggle to find success because the transition from prison life to life beyond prison is challenging. However, those parolees who find success deserve special recognition. On today, Jan. 16, the Sacramento Community Based Coalition (SCBC) All-Star Event will honor nearly 160 Sacramento County parolees and their families who are committed to […]

African American Leaders Seek Change On SCOE School Board

SACRAMENTO – Local African American education leaders are concerned at what some are calling “an attack on African American student achievement” on the Sacramento County Office of Education School Board. With four seats up for grabs during the June 5 primary election, Black student advocates are pulling together to seek new leadership on the SCOE […]