Poole takes boys and young men ages 5-24 from Sacramento out every Saturday morning not only to fish but to be mentored. He calls it “healing by the water.”
We spoke to two Capital Region theaters with long histories that managed to ride out the pandemic.
As the pandemic forced businesses across the Capital Region and the country to shut down, there has been an uptick in reports of anti-Asian racism and violence.
Moving services outside has been a lifesaver for some businesses that would have otherwise had to shut down.
Comstock’s spoke with five people on the frontlines of making positive change in Sacramento.
While the quiet isolation of the coronavirus pandemic isn’t ideal for some, it’s the ideal condition for voice-over actors working from home.
Bikini tops made from inflatable vinyl chairs and chain harnesses made with floppy disks aren’t items that department stores typically sell, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be fashionable.
The community has begun to increase its support of Black-owned restaurants due to the heightened awareness of the inequities Black businesses face, but will it last?
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.
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.