Black Child Legacy Campaign premieres poetic service announcements

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In partnership with Sacramento Area Youth Speaks (SAYS), the Black Child Legacy Campaign released poetic service announcements (PSAs) featuring youth spoken word poets calling for an end to community violence. On May 30, the Black Child Legacy Campaign and SAYS hosted a community launch of the PSAs at the Crocker Art Museum, followed by a panel discussion on youth violence prevention strategies. The PSAs are available on YouTube. Read articles in The Sacramento Bee and Sacramento News & Review.

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Parents, Neighbors train to stop street violence

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Capital Public Radio reported on the Black Child Legacy Campaign's violence prevention training sessions. Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn says his goal is to create more spaces and events where neighborhood residents can get to know and trust officers. “We have to start integrating community into the police department and police department in the community," he said.

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Chet P. Hewitt Speaks on Insight About Reducing Violent Crimes

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Capital Public Radio's Insight With Beth Ruyak program today featured Chet P. Hewitt, President and CEO of Sierra Health Foundation and The Center, who talked about working with trusted community partners, including the seven Community Incubator Lead organizations working to reduce African American child deaths in Sacramento County through an authentic connection to their communities.

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