The rate of Black homeownership in the United States is the lowest among all racial groups. Local real estate agents are working with a national organization to help close the gap.
Not only have Black Americans suffered more from COVID-19 infections and deaths, but Black-owned businesses were hit the hardest due to the shutdown.
Californians, particularly people with serious health conditions, are caught in a collision of crises: Fires are churning out dangerous smoke amid a record-baking heatwave and the relentless coronavirus pandemic.
Companies can expect to see COVID-19-related employment lawsuits from nearly any corner. These strategies can help mitigate risk.
On National Doughnut Day, the Sacramento doughnut shop Sweet Dozen ran a special to support the Black Youth Leadership Project.
Here’s how four businesses are engaging in the Capital Region’s farm-to-fork economy and have adapted to the pandemic so far.
Certain product sectors came through the 2008 Great Recession relatively unscathed. Will cannabis get through this one?
Folsom’s Sutter Street banks on its dining options to draw foot traffic. Now, the community is working to lift restaurants out of record-breaking lows.
Thinking differently about post-COVID life is a chance to reimagine and update our systems to be more agile, inclusive and efficient.
Miller runs a department at CommonSpirit that is responsible for equity initiatives, including race and ethnicity data collection pertaining to COVID-19 and how to better serve communities.