Oak Park May Be A Desert For Food

In Sacramento, Oak Park is a melting pot: a community of first-generation families, Sacramento City College students and those in poverty and living paycheck to paycheck. But with the upcoming closure of the local grocery store Food Source, Oak Park may become a food desert by March 31st. Read more at Access Local TV.

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Youth From All Across The State Attend The CA Statewide Youth Media Conference 2020

Youth Media groups from across California came together this month to participate in two days of journalism and reporting workshops. Local Access TV’s Melissa Franco chronicles the conference, commenting “everyone who presented and facilitated left youth and adult allies feeling empowered and inspired to continue their journeys in media and journalism.” Read more at Local […]

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New California Executive Order Allocates $1.4 Billion To Address Homelessness

In January, California Governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order promising to redirect public funding and land towards creating more solutions for California’s growing homeless population. While the bill had many supporters, others criticized it: “You can’t just throw money at homelessness and expect that you’re going to achieve the result that you’re hoping to […]

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