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Tanu Henry | California Black Media The federal government has approved $2 trillion dollars as well to aid states in their efforts to respond to the…
Since its first conference, CultureCon went from an intimate headcount of 150 attendees to close to 2,000 during last year’s event — where Tracee Ellis Ross,…
The order is effective immediately and will apply through May 31, 2020 Builds on the Governor’s previous executive action authorizing local governments to halt evictions SACRAMENTO –…
In response to the devastating impacts of COVID-19 on the Sacramento restaurant community and the Farm-to-Fork movement, a GoFundMe was established and launched by Mayor Steinberg…
If all the alarming coronavirus headlines have your anxiety at an all-time high, here’s some good news: A highly anticipated stimulus package meant to provide financial relief…
As developments continue to unfold in response to the spread of COVID-19, Small Business Majority realizes many small businesses in California are hurting and have questions…
According to the Sacramento Business Journal, it looks like Amazon.com will be the tenant of a new 418,000 square foot warehouse newly built at McClellan Park.…
Sacramento County has formally ordered residents to remain in their homes except for essential chores; an order that carries the force of law in effort to…
Cheryl Brown | California Black Media  On a call Monday, Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) leaders announced they submitted an economic proposal to House and Senate Democrats.  From money for head…
SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Jay King, the CEO and President of the California Black Chamber of Commerce (CBCC), is initiating a statewide call to…