- SACRAMENTO ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE REPORT Free
Building upon the report for April 2021, the following information has been documented for further review and guidance. This report draws from the section developed by the City and County of Sacramento’s General Plan, Environmental Justice Element. Over the course of two weeks, I examined multiple areas for lead in the water supply. My areas included; Arcadia Apartments (Ardent Arcade), 24th Street Bypass (South Sacramento), Freedom Park (operated by North Highlands Recreation and Park District) and Eastern Oak Park (West Arden Arcade).
- Mental Health Presentation May 8 2021 Free
What is Mental Health? A state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with normal stresses of life, can work productively, and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community. --World Health Organization
- Black Therapist in the Sacramento Area 05 08 21 Free
Listing of black Therapists in the Sacramento Area
- Three Critical Criminal Justice Programs Free
SNAPSHOT: Three Critical Criminal Justice Programs SUMMARY The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation framed the punitive landscape well. “Mass incarceration disproportionately impacts lower-income communities, communities of color, and persons with disabilities, creating a barrier to achieving health equity.”
- 2018-2019 Suspension Capitol of Suspensions FULL REPORT Free
Examining the Suspensions of Black Children and Youth in Sacramento County. Full Detailed Report
- 2020 Suspension Capitol of Suspensions II - Dec 2020 Free
The FIVE CRITICAL FACTS Series is designed to inform practitioners and researchers about emerging findings relevant to the success of underserved students in education. Data presented in this brief are derived from the California Department of Education (CDE) DataQuest and are publicly accessible via this system. This series is sponsored by the Black Minds Project of the Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL) at San Diego State University (SDSU) and is inspired by the NASPA “Five Things” Brief Series.
- 2021 Racial Profile Stop ripa-board-report-2021 Free
California’s Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board (Board) is pleased to release its fourth Annual Report (“Report”). The Report provides recommendations from the Board for all stakeholders – law enforcement agencies, policymakers, Commission on Peace Officer Standards Training (POST), community members, and advocates – to push for policy reform, rooted in best practices, to help all law enforcement agencies eliminate racial and identity profiling and improve law enforcement and community relations. This year’s Report analyzes, for the first time, a full year of Racial and Identity Profiling Act (RIPA) stop data, from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, from Wave 1 and 2 agencies. In addition to analysis of the stop data, the Report provides recommendations that can be incorporated by law enforcement agencies to enhance their policies, practices, and trainings on topics that intersect with bias and racial and identity profiling.
- NAACP Sacramento Branch Prayer Breakfast Virtual Magazine 2021 Free
Sacramento NAACP 39th Annual Prayer Breakfast. 2021 Honors Inside. Get to know our branch president and more!
The NAACP is a c4 organization (contributions are not tax-deductible), and we have a partner c3 organization known as NAACP Empowerment Programs (contributions are fully tax-deductible as allowed by the IRS).