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Sacramento Strong marches to Capitol in solidarity against gun violence
Tyler McClure at the Capitol after the Sacramento Strong march against gun violence on Sunday, April 10, 2022.(Photo by Robert J Hansen) A group of around 100 people, concerned citizens, elected officials, and community activists spoke about gun violence in Sacramento directly before marching from K and 7th Street to the west side steps of the Capitol building yesterday.
March for victims of gun violence planned downtown Sunday
Johntaya Alexander, 21, was one of six killed during a gun fight that broke out early Sunday morning on April 3, 2022.(Photo by Robert J Hansen) To mark the one week anniversary of the shooting in downtown Sacramento which claimed six lives, injured twelve and impacted millions, SacramentoStrong, Communities Against Gun Violence is planning a community march this Sunday morning.
Sacramento to vote on spending ARPA funding on community investment
The old Sacramento City Hall building downtown.(Photo by Robert J Hansen) At tonight’s meeting, the Sacramento City Council will vote on several investments of American Relief Plan (ARPA) funding aimed at improving safety citywide according to a press release from the Mayor’s office.