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SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza today announced that SBA issued guidance clarifying that all faith-based organizations impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19) are eligible to participate in the Paycheck Protection Program and the…
The coronavirus pandemic has created an unstable, uncertain climate for most people — and among the most impacted from an economic perspective are small business owners.…
Blacks, Latinos and Native Americans have many underlying health conditions, including asthma and heart disease, that could make them more vulnerable to complications from the coronavirus, leaving advocates,…
(Sacramento, California) – As a service to the Sacramento region, Fortune School has launched a free, high quality Distance Learning Hub that any parent can access…
California Black Media (CBM) has released their updated and comprehensive, “Counting Black California-Counting the Hard to Count” study, identifying areas in the state where African Americans…
From the Facebook page of Azizza Davis Goines, President of the Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce as she states: I want to share this very meaningful…
UC Davis Health has two clinical trials underway for hospitalized patients with severe COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. The studies are evaluating…
From Assemblymember Kevin McCarty: Join me for a COVID-19 Education Tele-Town Hall tomorrow April 2 at 6pm as we cover topics about how our education system…
With President Trump signing the massive $2.2. trillion coronavirus stimulus bill last week after it sped through Congress, many Americans will soon receive a much-needed handout…
The U.S. Small Business Administration and U.S. Treasury just released news this week sharing guidance on the new Payroll Protection Program (PPP) created by the recent…