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Women Working Through Housing Instability, Other Challenges

By Genoa Barrow, Word in Black | The AFRO Women’s Empowerment, a nationally-recognized resource for Sacramento folk experiencing homelessness, is set to graduate its latest...

California recovers pandemic job losses amid economic woes

By ADAM BEAM, AP News SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California said Friday it had recovered all of the 2.7 million jobs it lost at the start...

California governor set to release $1B for homelessness

By Janie Har, Associated Press California Gov. Gavin Newsom agreed to release $1 billion in state homelessness funding he testily put on pause earlier this...

Sacramento Civil Rights Group Accepts Benevolent Boon from Billionaire

By McKenzie Jackson, California Black Media In October, the Greater Sacramento Urban League (GSUL) received its biggest donation in the civil rights organization’s 54-year history. Philanthropist,...

‘Do better’: Newsom pauses $1B in homelessness spending

By ADAM BEAM and JANIE HAR, AP News SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California’s plans to reduce the nation’s largest homeless population aren’t good enough, Democratic...