Taking Down Human Trafficking | Historically Black Oak Park is Losing Black Residents | Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce’s First HQ | Remembering Farm-to-Fork Pioneer Suzanne Peabody Ashworth
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Michael Benjamin II near his Oak Park home, Oct. 22, 2021.
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Book “Taking Down Backpage: Fighting the World’s Largest Sex Trafficker.” Sacramento’s historically Black neighborhood lost 24% of Black residents. Sac Black Chamber purchases first headquarters. Remembering farm-to-fork pioneer Suzanne Ashworth.
Sacramento Prosecutor and Author Maggy KrellCourtesy of Maggy Krell
- Kris Hooks, CapRadio News Editor, takes us behind the scenes on his reporting on how Sacramento’s historically Black Oak Park neighborhood is losing its black residents– a drop of 24% over the past decade, according to the latest Census data.
- Azizza Davis-Goines, CEO of the Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce, discusses the pivotal purchase of a midtown building rich in black history for its first official headquarters.
Azizza Davis Goines, President & CEO, Sacramento Black Chamber of CommerceCourtesy of Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce
- Chef Patrick Mulvaney, owner of Mulvaney’s B&L in Sacramento, and Juan Barajas, owner of Savory Cafe in Woodland, remember farm-to-fork pioneer and owner of Del Rio Botanicals, Suzanne Peabody Ashworth, who passed away at the age of 70.
Suzanne Peabody AshworthCourtesy of Patrick Mulvaney