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Lack of diversity in Sacramento’s city departments could be preserving design inequalities

Jul 29, 2016
Lack of diversity in Sacramento’s city departments could be preserving design inequalities

In a time in our country’s history where social justice is seemingly sought after everyday, the issues of inequalities appear not only in interactions with the police and citizenry, but also through urban design. According to a recent report by the Sacramento Auditor, these issues may be due to the ethnic makeup of those who...

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PODCAST: Youth Consider The Upcoming Presidential Election

Jul 28, 2016
PODCAST: Youth Consider The Upcoming Presidential Election

Welcome to another episode of the AccessLocal.Tv Podcast. On this show, the latest Neighborhood News Correspondents talk the upcoming presidential election. Their comments and opinion may surprise you! Feel free to chime in with your opinion on the dis...

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STUDY: Almost A Third Of Teens With Diabetes Unaware They Have It

Jul 28, 2016
STUDY: Almost A Third Of Teens With Diabetes Unaware They Have It

Thanks to TV shows like “The Biggest Loser”, counting carbs is on its way to becoming a regular American pastime. Newly released figures are also showing that diabetes is quickly becoming part of American culture and more people should be worried about it. A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention*...

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VIDEO: Yisrael Family Farm Teaches Compost Production To Residents

Jul 27, 2016
VIDEO: Yisrael Family Farm Teaches Compost Production To Residents

Chanowk Yisrael is an urban family gardener on a mission to teach local community members in Sacramento the importance of growing your own food and how to do it.

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MAY Building Opening Event

MAY Building - 1029 K Street Sacramento Completed in 1911 and known as the Parkview Apartments, today the Sutter Capital Group will celebrate the completion of this multi-million dollar renovation, which includes 21 historic apartments...

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VIDEO: Playing Pokemon Go Safer In Some Neighborhoods Than Others

Jul 23, 2016
VIDEO: Playing Pokemon Go Safer In Some Neighborhoods Than Others

Although the game is for the most part virtual safety inequality in the real world isn’t. Here in Sacramento, California in parts such as Valley Hi, Meadowview, and Mack Road has risen in violent crime by 35 percent. This can make any Pokemon Go players a bit eery while playing the game. 

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VIDEO: Adults Lacking Fruits/Veggies In Diet, CDC Reports

Jul 22, 2016
VIDEO: Adults Lacking Fruits/Veggies In Diet, CDC Reports

A recent study by the CDC revealed that most adults consume less than 20% of the fruits and vegetables servings that modern nutrition has deemed as necessary. Locals from the California State Fair are interviewed for their opinions and insights on the...

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VIDEO: Sol Collective Art Exhibit Gives Platform For Youth Activists

Jul 21, 2016
VIDEO: Sol Collective Art Exhibit Gives Platform For Youth Activists

Sol Collective is hosting a local art gallery this month called Adversus by YK La Familia. Sol Collective is an amazing hub for the community and creative mind near the state’s capital. Adversus is a show about celebrating diversity and raising awareness through the many opposite ideologies and concepts this world has to offer....

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PODCAST: What’s In The News And On The Minds of The Youth?

Jul 21, 2016
PODCAST: What’s In The News And On The Minds of The Youth?

Welcome to another episode of the AccessLocal.Tv Podcast. On this show, the latest Neighborhood News Correspondents talk about the stories in the press which is on their minds this week.  Feel free to chime in with your opinion on the discussion in the comment section below!

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SCUSD To Focus On Mental Health Issues Of Students

Jul 21, 2016
SCUSD To Focus On Mental Health Issues Of Students

Though it seems implausible, it is still possible in 2016 for a public school student to be kicked out the classroom because of their disabilities. While a teacher would never throw out a student because he or she had a broken arm or other such ailment, when it comes to mental health, that’s an...

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