What I learned in Sacramento about boys and men of color

Adahli Montes took a bus to Sacramento to see political activism firsthand. Youth members of the Alliance of Boys & Men of Color marched on the Capitol to demand change for young African-Americans.  “I was in awe knowing that we had the chance to voice our thoughts to the legislators who run the state and paint a picture for them about how it feels to live with health issues, violence, low-wage jobs and under-funded schools.”  Hear what youth in Sacramento learned at the Capitol and what they hope to bring back to their cities, on Voicewaves.

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