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Transformative Justice in Education Center Workshop
Featuring Dr. Micia Mosely, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Black Teacher Project

Transformative Justice in Education Center (TJE) Welcomes

 

Dr. Micia Mosely, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Black Teacher Project, is hosting a very intimate and empowering workshop at Underground Books on Tuesday, April 23rd from 4:30 to 6:30. Dr. Mosely is a highly sought after speaker, teacher, and instructor.

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Catch These Vibes

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Catch These Vibes

Come join us at Esther’s Park for a fun filled day where artist showcase their work while vibing to music, socializing, and eating great food!

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Mics and Moods

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Mics and Moods

Hosted By: Coon The Poet

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Time:

7:00PM Door

8:00PM Showtime

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Poet Info:

Host : Coon The Poet

Poet : Camille Janae

Comedain: E Clark

Music :Guest Aalog Us

(Headliner) Prentice Powell :

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Comedy Night at The Guild

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Comedy Night At The Guild Theater

Hosted By: Comedian Dru Burks

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Time:

7:00PM Door

8:00PM Showtime

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Comedian Info:

Headliner Esau McGraw

Anderi Bailey

E Clark

D Tyler

Dru Burks (Host): A comedian born and raised in Sacramento, CA. He has been in the comedy game since 2013, and worked with the likes of Paul Moony, Pierre, Scruncho, and many more!

 

 

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Tisha Holman “The Social Media Makeover”
Discussion and Book Signing

What changes do you need to implement to your brand or organization’s Social Media to see a return on your time investment? If your business or organization is not playing competitively in the Social Media arena, then you are leaving money on the table. It is time for a Social Media Makeover! The Social Media Makeover will help you develop a strategic, tactical plan for success on Social Media.

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Gayle Guest-Brown “Girl Get it Right”
Discussion and Book Signing

You’re about to discover how you can Bounce, Meet the Challenge & Thrive!

Is your dream is deferred; put on hold by day to day demands that extend into years? Faded perhaps as you selflessly care for others? Or dashed against the rocks by one of life’s cruel turns or someone’s cruel act. Dashed is where Gayle found herself twenty years ago. Now she thrives and you can thrive too!

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Adelfa Maria Simpson “Yoga for Daily Living: Balancing Body, Mind and Spirit for Health, Happiness and Peace “
Discussion and Book Signing

While yoga is one of the keys to a balanced life and health, practicing yoga without pranayama, proper diet and nutrition and meditation is not balanced. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned practitioner, you’ll find “Yoga for Daily Living” an invaluable guide to creating, sustaining and deepening your yoga practice.

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Ronnie Laws-”Rise-up” Jazz-ma-tazz

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Come enjoy an evening of a Jazz-Ma-Tazz experience with our Grammy award “Legend”, Ronnie Laws, in addition to our Jazz artist, Ron Burris, Kyron (K-Frost) Percussionist ,Songstress,Ms.Dasha McQueen and Host, well known inspirational motivational speaker, Kevin Bracey. A show you don’t want to miss!!

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Sacramento Asian Pacific Film Festival

The Sacramento Asian Pacific Film Festival returns to the historic Guild Theater on Saturday, May 18th! Join us in our fifth year for JOURNEYS, with tales that explore Asian and Pacific Islander American experiences while embracing universal themes of family, love, and perseverance.

 

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No More Chains 2 Film Screening – Red Carpet Premiere

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Ari Squires Presents…No More Chains 2 Documentary Private Screening and Q&A with Celebrity Guests, Cast Members and Special Guests – Plus Social Hour and VIP Meet & Greet Reception


 

Actor Darrin Henson who you’ve seen on BET’s The Family Business, Soul Food, Black Coffee, Stomp The Yard.

>>>>Get your tickets now. Do not delay!

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Albert Woodfox “Solidarity”
Discussion and Book Signing

Solitary is the unforgettable life story of a man who served more than four decades in solitary confinement―in a 6-foot by 9-foot cell, 23 hours a day, in notorious Angola prison in Louisiana―all for a crime he did not commit. That Albert Woodfox survived was, in itself, a feat of extraordinary endurance against the violence and deprivation he faced daily. That he was able to emerge whole from his odyssey within America’s prison and judicial systems is a triumph of the human spirit, and makes his book a clarion call to reform the inhumanity of solitary confinement in the U.S.