Grammy-nominated Sacramento officer raps for department’s recruitment video
New California Bill Aiming to Eliminate Racial And Other Biases in Hiring. But instead of a hiring manager or some pre-screening software reviewing your application and pushing it along — or eliminating it — based on personal biases or other random criteria a company sets up, a smart computer program that is “agnostic” does... Read more
America has a history of lynching, but it's not a federal crime. The House just voted to change that.The House overwhelmingly passed legislation Wednesday that would make lynching a federal crime, a move supporters said is "long overdue" in a country whose history is stained with the atrocities.   Read more
February 28-29
Get 17k from B of A, Get Credit Worthy, Get Debt Free, Get Investor Savvy, Get Anchored! Register for the Anchor Home Ownership Academy 2-day conference.

Don't miss the theatre play, "When We Were Colored: A Mother's Story" based on the memoir by Eva Rutland, the play tells the story of a black family that moves to Sacramento in 1952. Show dates run from February 14 through March 14, 2020 at The Guild Theatre in Oak Park - Sacramento.


Don't miss the Sacramento Black History Month BLACK EXPO at Sacramento State University inside the University Student Union Ballroom. Taking place on Sat-Feb 29th from 11 am to 6 pm and Sun-Mar 1 from 12 pm to 5 pm.


Activities include: Youth Speak,Social Justice Town Hall, The MarketPlace of vendors and exhibitors, Soul Food Court, live entertainment and more. om.

To register as an exhibitor and to get more info, call (916) 572-6691.
WORKSHOP - Buyer Presentation: Steps to Buying a HOME!
Come learn what it takes to buy a house and walk away with a solid plan at the Buyer Presentation: Steps to Buying a HOME! Taking place Tues-3/10 from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. Presented by: Terrelle Keys, Real Estate Agent, DRE Lic #02041333 and Zoritha Thompson, Broker, DRE Lic #01077927

For more info call (916) 897-8548.
Don't miss THE HUB's First Friday on March 6th at Season's 52
DID YOU KNOW that ELECTION DAY is coming up on March 3, 2020 for the Presidential Primary Election. CLICK HERE for more info on Sacramento County Elections and learn more about the candidates below who are running for office.
Elect Michael Blair for Democratic Central Committee on March 3rd. Our vote has been taken for granted for too long. Local African American Leaders have stepped up to run for the Sacramento County Democratic Central Committee form the Community Champion slate. The goal is to increase Black representation on the committee so that our issues are heard and our elected officials are held accountable to US... the people! Mr. Michael Blair has served our community for many years on grass roots levels as well as fighting for County and State-wide issues that affect undeserved communities. Michael will be the voice for the voiceless to focus on Inclusive Economic Development, Community Empowerment and Leadership Transparency. READ MORE
Les Simmons-Making a Difference Every Day! CLICK HERE to learn more about Les Simmons and why you should vote for him if you live in District 8 in the city of Sacramento.

Voter registration can be done online at You will need your California driver license or state-issued ID number, the last four digits of your social security number and your date of birth.

If you’re not sure whether you’re already registered, you can check on the California Secretary of State website,

The deadline for voter registration is Feb. 18, which is 15 calendar days ahead of Election Day.

If you miss that deadline, you can still vote under California’s conditional voter registration law, sometimes known as same-day voter registration.

Looking for the Best School for Your Kids. If you want a free, public, high-quality school for your kids - join us at Fortune School! Have questions contact us at (916) 924-8633.

The Ultimate Urban Snow Adventure Weekend is Back! - 2020 Blackout Weekend,
The Urban Professionals Ski/Snowboard & Party Weekend
DID YOU KNOW that you can VOTE FOR ALL the candidates in your district for the Sacramento County Democratic Central Committee races?

CLICK HERE to read the full article to learn more about the community champion candidates above who will be on the voting ballot.
At Highlands Community Charter School, you can earn your high school diploma at no cost and get the career training you desire. Offering several certification programs that include: Truck Driving, Medical Assisting, Esthetics, Office Administration, Small Business Ownership and more.

IT'S NEVER TO LATE! Call today for more info at (916) 844-2283 and book an appointment for a tour of the main campus located in North Sacramento with several school site locations throughout Northern California.
NEW DATE > Friday, April 10 from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm in Sacramento
Don't miss the N'Awlins Supper Stroll Food Wine Jazz May 7th and May 9th
Hair by Tavia Jenkins - Owner of Double Take Hair Gallery
(916) 451-4600
Hair by Tracy Brown - Owner of Another Look Hair Salon
(916) 688-7704
Elk Grove, California
(916) 549-8972
Hair by BrandNewJames
Featuring make up artist, Marilee, with a Classic Bob with a flim by professional stylist and barber, James Gilbert (aka @brandnewjames on IG). Located in Pasadena, California.

Book appointment: 916.514.2539
CLICK HERE to contact the Dr. Ephraim Williams Family Life Center to book your next special event. (916) 737-7064
Winter 2020 issue of THE HUB Mag available online and at select locations in Sacramento. SEE MORE
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