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‘We keep each other safe’: LGBTQ+ community members explore ways to preserve the spirit of Pride in safety, sponsorship choices
b'By Janelle SalangaUpdated 5:00 p.m.'
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From Sacramento News and Review...
Sacramento Set to Bloom With More Public Art
Sacramento is unveiling new public artwork this summer, featuring everything from bright murals to fresh tree groves. The nonprofit Sacramento Tree Foundation is leading one project that will plant groves of cherry blossom trees at Robert T. Matsui Park.
From The Galt Herald...
Efforts of Disabled Students Recognized
Sacramento County and Galt Joint Union High School District took some time on May 10 to recognize some hardworking young people within the district who are making the transition from school to employment while overcoming disabilities.
Folsom’s City Works Day at City Lions Park allowed residents to meet city employees and learn about the mission of various city programs.
Josh Fryday, California’s chief service officer, touts the state’s AmeriCorps agencies, which offer paid service opportunities to students and others.
Volunteering it a great way to help your community. But you also reap benefits, including the chance to learn skills, reduce isolation and ease polarization.
Billionaires now own Twitter, Facebook and numerous other online and offline media outlets. But there are other information sources not run by the super-rich. We've found a few and listed them here.
California’s first-in-the-nation task force to identify reparations said business loans, housing grants, tuition, wage and job protections could provide redress for African Americans.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s new CARE Court plan aims to get homeless Californians experiencing mental health problems into treatment and off the street. But can it actually work?
Californians have the perfect opportunity to remember César Chávez by making March 31 a day of service.
A Sacramento Observer report focuses on a new website, SacBlackBiz.biz, that aims to promote the city’s Black-owned businesses.
A conversation with Stacy Caldwell, CEO of the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation.
Community service districts can do most anything a city government can do. Here’s how they work and how to start one.
A Touch of Understanding