America's legacy of lynching isn't all history. Many say it's still happening today
Mourners Gather to Remember George Floyd
in Minneapolis Memorial
Black Youth Are Central Force in California George Floyd Protests. There are many aspects to the protests occurring in cities and towns up and down the state of California. One that stands out is the participation of young, Black people.
Mickey Guyton's New Song 'Black Like Me': Listen. Mickey Guyton has released “Black Like Me,” an intimate new piano ballad that chronicles her journey of navigating American life, and the country music industry, as a black woman.  Read more
It's Time to Lift Every Voice: BLACK MUSIC MONTH Arrives at a Crucial Turning Point
When 12-year-old singer Keedron Bryant lifted his voice to poignantly decry the senseless murder of George Floyd in a May 29 Instagram post that’s since drawn nearly 3 million views, the pre-teen joined the countless voices that have been fighting to end racism for the last 400 years. Read more
COVID-19 Testing Sites in Sacramento Region
There are several COVID-19 testing sites now in the Sacramento Region. I actually had the opportunity last week to take a tour (05.15.2020) of one of the new COVID-19 testing sites along with other community members and watch a demo of the test being offered done at St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church in Oak Park - Sacramento.

Attend the PEACEFUL March in Sacramento on Sat-Jun 6 at 10 AM.
Celebrating Living Legend Mr. Frank Withrow ~ Teacher, Mentor and Inspirational Icon. Read more
Virtual Town Hall on Black Business & Economic Development Issues on
Wed-June 10th. Read more
JUNETEENTH - the Official Online Festival - June 19-28, 2020. There will be information, resources, entertainment at the new national Juneteenth Online Festival.  Read more
EVERYBODY PITCH IN! California Black Chamber of Commerce is building a small business grant fund. Click here to donate $5 to support African American business owners

The City of Sacramento has created an online portal specifically to collect innovative ideas from companies proposing to donate or sell products or services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The invitation includes information on how to fill out the Census form and will include a unique Census ID linked to a physical address. All Californians will be able to respond online or by phone, with limited households initially receiving the paper form. A Census ID is not required for households to respond online or by phone.
Black business owners can use Census data to make informed decisions about where to open businesses and when to explore new opportunities. Let’s empower our community with data. Make sure we all count in the #2020Census.
Don't miss the 10th Annual Black Physicians Forum broadcasted via Zoom/Facebook Live from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm PST.
Click here to stay updated with the State of California's comprehensive, consumer-friendly website and public service announcements
to boost COVID-19 awareness.

Supporting our Local Soul Food Restaurants
Just a reminder from THE HUB to support our local soul food restaurants in an around the Sacramento Region. Place your orders for delivery or curbside pick up.
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In the Spring 2020 issue, CLICK HERE to browse thru now to see resources on surviving the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.