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Nikki Giovanni: Passionate Writer + Poet, Relentless Activist And Never Ending Truth Seeker
2014 Speaker Series

Meeting one of the worlds most well known African American poets, Nikki Giovanni, is reason enough to be present at Indivizible’s November installment of the 2014 Speaker Series, next Monday evening at the Guild Theater. Yes, you should definitely be there, but you have to know there is much more to the “national treasure” than the beautiful rhythmic poems you’ve happened read over the years.

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Prop 47: Let My People Vote November 4th
Black Agenda

LET MY PEOPLE VOTE is a prophetic voter engagement movement to galvanize faith communities to stand up and demonstrate what it means to vote our faith and values.

On November 4th, we will have the chance to vote for Prop 47, a proposal to “change sentencing for low-level nonviolent crimes such as simple drug possession and petty theft from felonies to misdemeanors and direct financial savings to K-12 schools, mental health treatment, and victim services.”

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#Mybrotherskeeper: Creating Opportunities For Boys And Men Of Color
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#Mybrotherskeeper: Creating Opportunities For Boys And Men Of Color

Last week President Barack Obama launched My Brother’s Keeper – a new initiative to help young boys and men of color to get ahead. Across the country communities are partnering with local businesses and foundations to connect young boys and young men with mentoring and support networks, providing them with the skills they will need to go to college, get a job and climb their way up into the middle class.

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Indivizible’s First Installment Of The 2014 Sacramento Speaker Series Featuring Isaiah Thomas Was A Success!
2014 Speaker Series

Indivizible’s First Installment Of The 2014 Sacramento Speaker Series Featuring Isaiah Thomas Was A Success!

On Monday, February 24, 2014, Indivizible held it’s first event in their 2014 Sacramento Speaker Series. The topic centered around education and it’s importance within the African American community. Over 200 people where in attendance and gathered to listen to guest speaker Isaiah Thomas, of The Sacramento Kings, detail his life experiences and how education played a leading role in his development and ultimately his career.

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Indivizible Preparing For Guest Speaker Isiah Thomas
2014 Speaker Series

Indivizible Preparing For Guest Speaker Isiah Thomas

Indivizible’s next installment of the 2014 Sacramento Speaker Series is quickly approaching and sentiments are rising for the arrival of guest speaker, legendary sports icon Isiah Thomas.

Although Thomas is mostly known for leading the Detroit Pistons into back-to-back championships in 1988 and 1989, Thomas has had significant success in the the business landscape in his post-playing days.

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Indivizible 2014 Annual Meeting Recap
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Indivizible 2014 Annual Meeting Recap

Indivizible has big things planned  for 2014 and we hope you all will join us in our goal in making the African American community one of the most powerful economic and political forces in our country!

For 2014 you can expect significant strides and development in:

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Sacramento’s Black Vote Does Matter!
Black Agenda

We are a long way from the record voting turnout and general political nostalgia we all witnessed within the African American community during the 2009 presidential election. However, it’s no secret that this voter-sentiment is needed within the black community here in Sacramento.

A mere 8% of Sacramento’s black population made it out to the polls last year. A number far lower than our counterparts.

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Dr. Harry Edwards Raises Interesting, Yet Valid Points During Indivizible’s Speaker Series
2014 Speaker Series

With the recent Donald Sterling fiasco and the exposure of Sterling’s racially inflammatory comments, Sports Sociologist Dr. Harry Edwards, presence for Indivizible’s 2014 Speaker series was perfect timing.

Edwards not only put Donald Sterling and his interesting comments into perspective for Indivizible members, he also introduced a few other thought-provoking connections, between race and sports, that he feels the black community MUST be cognizant of.