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Black Child Legacy Campaign

We can prevent child abuse

By News

In this Sacramento News & Review blog, Sheila Boxley, president and CEO of the Child Abuse Prevention Center, and Michelle Callejas, director of Sacramento County’s Child, Family and Adult Services Department, state that spending money up-front is better for families—and for taxpayers.
Read the blog.

Black Child Legacy Campaign reports drop in death rates for African American youth in Sacramento

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Community members showed their support for the Black Child Legacy Campaign at the Jan. 29 Sacramento County Board of Supervisors meeting, where they celebrated the news about a drop in African American child death rates, and encouraged supervisors to continue supporting the efforts. See reports on
ABC10 and on CW31, and a post on the
Sacramento County web site.