College In-Person Classes Likely To Shut Down Through Fall Semester

Many Sacramento colleges plan to continue online classes into the fall semester. However, this presents problems in communities that lack the technology to continue a virtual education. “I’m hoping that we as a city could do something really creative in terms of providing students virtual access… I would love for the universities to think about, […]

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When Life Gets Canceled

As the coronavirus grew into a global pandemic, it quickly uprooted each of our definitions of what it meant to live a normal life. To be confined to our spaces watching the nation ultimately come to a jolting stop, we were forced to face the overwhelming and uncertain truth that life as we knew it […]

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Activism While Social Distancing

While many businesses have shut down, California’s statewide lockdown isn’t stopping Sacramento activists from organizing. Many youth leaders are determined to find alternate ways of recruiting and demonstrating. “When it comes to digital actions, the youth climate movement is fortunate, because as members of Generation Z, all of us have pretty much grown using the […]

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Building Solidarity: An Interview With Activist And Photojournalist Jeff Valenzuela

Access Local TV talks to photojournalist and immigration rights activist Jeff Valenzuela about the lessons he’s learned at the US-Mexico border. “The most important thing people can do is listen: listen first, listen to the community, listen to those voices, work together to build solidarity, and remember that no one’s here to save anyone else […]

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