Former President Barack Obama to speak at Funeral Services to be held Thurs (July 30) for the iconic U.S. Rep. John Lewis
All communities should participate in the U. S. Census despite Trump´s memo on reapportionment. All communities, regardless of citizenship status, need to respond to the U.S. Census inspite of President Trump’s July 21 policy memo on reapportionment, civil rights advocates and census experts urged in an ethnic media conference call on July 24. Read more
Michael Johnson: If you're not using your platform on issue of racism, 'you're complicit'. "If you have a platform and you're not speaking, I've got a problem with you." It's a blunt message four-time Olympic gold medalist Michael Johnson delivers as he called on sportspeople to use their platform to fight against inequality and to show support to the Black Lives Matter movement.     Read more
The theatre and arts community has lost a giant and amazing talent
The family and friends of Lisa Lacy and Images Theatre Company are saddened to announce that Lisa passed away on Wednesday afternoon, July 22nd, 2020. We pray you will take comfort in knowing there was a beloved friend present to hold her hand and express all the love the community holds for her and will continue to show. Recognized for her amazing theatre direction, writing, and broadway play production, Lisa Lacy is well known throughout the Sacramento Region to Los Angeles as well as in New York.

Op-Ed: AB 5 and COVID-19 are dire threats to California newspapers serving communities of color
In this moment of reckoning with systemic racial injustice, our country’s ethnic media outlets are serving an important role that mainstream media alone cannot fill.

Calling all Elk Grove residents: SOL Project, Saving Our Legacy, African-Americans for Smoke-free Safe Places, is asking YOU to join us in a united front on tobacco control policies.

SOL is reaching out to people who live or work in Elk Grove to get their opinion on flavored smoking products here and on smoking definitions here.
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First Saturday - August 1st - SHOPPING @
African Market Place in South Sacramento
Webinar Discussion: Structural Barriers: Declaring Racism A Public Health Crisis
Submit EWOC 2020 Nominees
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

Calling All Californians: #ShopSafeShopLocal Join us as we create a movement to support ALL of California’s small businesses – which define our neighborhoods and create economic vitality in California.   Read more
Support Black Livelihoods
Census derived data helps Black business owners determine when and where to open new businesses in our communities. Support Black livelihoods. Complete the #Census2020. Call 844-330-2020 or visit my2020census.gov . #CountBlackCA #CaliforniaForAll #2020Census #ICount #MyBlackCounts
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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SUMMER 2020 Issue of THE HUB Magazine is now available online and will be distributed/mailed after July 22nd.

CLICK HERE to browse thru our 12th annual Black Men in Leadership special edition issue of THE HUB Magazine Summer 2020.