DID YOU KNOW? March is Women’s History Month!

Happy Women’s

History Month!

Join us all month long in

celebrating women of color living in California

and beyond impacting our communities!

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Regina Wilson

Regina Brown Wilson is a media entrepreneur and committed advocate for African American-owned news outlets across California. Her support for Black-owned publishers is centered on increasing their participation in the state’s media economy.


Zion Taddese

Zion Taddese is the founder of Sheba Farms and recently was presented with the “Black History Maker From Home” award at Black Expo 2023 from RW Media. Taddese has created jobs, produced culturally-rich showcases for African American music and art, and continues to manage the wildly popular operations of the diverse Queen Sheba Restaurant.


Danielle Moné Truitt

Danielle Moné Truitt has applied all that she has learned in Sacramento with reaching stardom as the first African American female lead in a “Law & Order” franchise drama, playing Ayanna Bell on “Law & Ordeat the B Street Theatre in Sacramento in June 2022r”: Organized Crime. Actress and writer Truitt’s produced and presented “3: Black Girl Blues”. Truit was presented with the “Black History Maker From Home” award at Black Expo 2023 by RW Media.


Pastor Joy Johnson

Dr. Joy Johnson is a faith leader for racial reconciliation throughout the Sacramento Region. She is widely recognized for her prophetic voice as a preacher, teacher, and facilitator and her commitment to restoration and healing for individuals and communities. Dr. Johnson has been leading at the local level, most recently as the first woman to preside over Sacramento Area Congregations Together and with her housing-based social services organization, Life Matters, Inc (LMI) in North Highlands. .


Congresswoman Barbara Lee

Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA12), the highest ranking African American woman serving in the U.S. Congress, announced on Feb. 21, that she will enter the race to replace U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein — the 89-year-old, California’s senior U.S. Senator who has announced that she would not seek another term. “No one is rolling out the welcome mat – especially for someone like me. I am the girl they didn’t allow in, who couldn’t drink from the water fountain, who had an abortion in a back alley when they all were illegal,” Lee said in a video she released announcing her senatorial bid.


March 18, 2023 | 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm @ Arden Hills Resort & Spa

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Honoring women making a difference in our communities everyday!

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36 Black women who changed American history

Meet the famous females who defied odds, broke boundaries and continue to pave the way for future generations.


Cynthia Erivo Talks About Portraying Harriet Tubman | TODAY

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Gina Prince-Bythewood, Danielle Deadwyler, Sheryl Lee Ralph Among 2023 Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards Honorees

Join the virtual session of State of Black Women in the Diaspora on March 9, 2023

Meet & Greet Resource Groups

photo from Sacramento Sister Circle taken 03.28.2022

The ZORA Canon

The 100 greatest books ever written by African American women

The ZORA Canon, our list of the 100 greatest books ever written by African American women, is one of a kind, yet it exists within a rich cultural tradition. As author and New York Times contributing opinion writer Kaitlyn Greenidge notes in “Why We Need to Acknowledge the African American Women’s Canon,” her insightful and moving introduction to the list, Black artists and cultural leaders have been compiling documents of this sort since the 1700s, first as part of an ongoing argument against White supremacy and slavery. >>Read more

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Pleshette Robertson is the CEO and Founder of Sacculturalhub.com and the Chief Editor of THE HUB Magazine (black woman owned certified with the Department of General Services-DGS State of California Small Business). The website (launched in March 2002) and magazine (published in February 2006 – https://issuu.com/thehubmag) are leading sources of Black urban media that celebrate the urban lifestyle of African-Americans in the capital region and throughout California serving as the information hub for black-oriented movies, concerts, theatrical performances, art exhibitions, sporting events, festivals and black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs. 

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