Black Child Legacy Campaign
Wednesday Weekly Blast
Kings and Queens Rise Game 3
Saturday, June 15th, 9am-5pm
5212 Lemon Hill Avenue
Meet Sacramento Kings Two-Way Player Wenyen Gabriel at 12:15 PM!
Juneteenth Art Exhibit June 18
Build. Back. Scholarship.
In February, at Team Up for Change, a day-long summit to address social injustice hosted by the Sacramento Kings & Milwaukee Bucks at Golden 1 Center, the Kings Foundation awarded $25,000 to the Center at Sierra Health Foundation to benefit 25 Build. Black. Coalition youth with a $1,000 scholarship. The scholarship is open to graduating high-school seniors, with a focus on students of color, who are embarking on the next phase in their lives. The scholarship can be used towards education, trade or vocational training or other career pathways.
The Gift of Black Pregnancy
Episode One – Introduction
The Black Child Legacy Campaign is EXCITED to announce the launch of our latest series with the Black Village Podcast – the Gift of Black Pregnancy! Join us as we hear from Black Women, Professionals and Care Providers as we explore Black Women & Pregnancy and what we need during this precious time.
Listen to the first episode now at https://soundcloud.com/user-699046318/pregnancy-podcast-introduction?in=user-699046318/sets/the-gift-black-pregnancy and find us on iTunes. #blackvillagepodcast #blackchildlegacy #giftofblackpregnancy
Message from the Sacramento County
The Sacramento Tree Foundation is looking for community partners for its NeighborWoods program which seeks to develop neighborhood forests through community action. The Tree Foundation has a grant to plant trees in disadvantaged areas in the unincorporated County, many of which are in Environmental Justice Communities. Here is the link to the program.
If you are interested in being a partner with the Tree Foundation to plant trees in your community, please contact Theresa Bible (Phone: 916-974-4306, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org), NeighborWoods Organizer for the unincorporated County.
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Everyone is Invited!
Get ready for a Spring and Summer of excitement, opportunity and fun. Join us at we present our two big events of the Spring and Summer. The 20th Annual Black Expo Spring Festival Oak Park Street Fest on Saturday May 11, 2019 featuring the Urban Music Fest and our annual Mother's Day Tribute Concert; and the very popular Sacramento Seafood Festival at Miller Park ion July 6, 2019. Both events are very well attended and received by the audience. In fact, both events exceeded expectations last year so much that we have to add more space on the streets and in the park this year. You are invited to participate as an exhibitor (see attached forms) and we have special rates for our continuing participants. So please give me a call at 916 477-0157 now so you will not be left out.