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Episode Date: August 5, 2014
Recorded at Underground Books
2814 35th St, Sacramento, CA 95817
Host: NSAA, Marichal Brown, Gerry “Gos” Simpson
See all program notes and upcoming events at http://blacktalksacramento.com
On this episode of the BX25 Vixens Radio Show, Renaldo Creative interviews Sacramento, California based fashion, glamour and fine art model A Savage. She discuss her career, goals, project, model blush and photo blush. Get to know her on this Episode. Follow her on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/A____Savage or Instagram at: http://instagram.com/a._savage.
Occupy National Gathering is a yearly gathering of Occupiers, supporters and coalition groups. Occupy’s third national gathering, NatGat 2014 or NatGat3, will take place July 31 – August 3 in Sacramento, CA. Occupy Sacramento is busy rounding up venues for 4 days of teach-ins, skillshares, workshops, open spaces and actions.
Each year a collective of occupiers forms to support the host city and participate in planning and organizing the gathering, working in autonomous subgroups and projects and coming together for reportbacks and planning as the national gathering working group, or NGWG. The NGWG2014 comprises Occupy Sacramento on the ground, and Occupiers and allies from far and wide online, hopefully soon to include you!
The working groups (about 100 occupiers so far) are busy laying the tracks, and need Occupy to drive the train and bring it home. Let us know what Occupy would like to see and bring to the Occupy National Gathering!
In addition to planning the event on the ground, a few special projects are underway that can use your energy and participation:
an online component through which people can participate
in Video Games
This will be our debut show of something that is near & dear to my heart: Video Games! PEW-PEW!
But, this won't be just a show about Video Games and why we like them! We will be digging into the various on-going matters, both positively & negatively, in the Game & Game Developer Industry! Loud & proud from Sacramento, CA!
I hope you will join us & enjoy all that will be talked about! It's going to get quite nerdy!
My special guest will be Jeff Louie, the Founder & Owner of Capsity, an awesome Tech Co-Working Office Space here in Downtown Sacramento!
Chandra is single mom of three, entrepreneur, teen life coach, parenting coach, youth leader/ counselor at her church, speaker and inspirational blogger at QueenInTheMaking.com with a passion for helping women and youth finding their purpose and fulfilling their destiny. She is also the founder of Sacramento Moms Blog. Debie is a married mom of 2 beautiful young ladies, and is a natural opportunist with a gift for inspiring others to dream big and do the impossible. Deb is an awesome PTA mom, school librarian, soccer mom and runs two blogs: Cowgirls and Cupcakes at blogspot.com, and One Tough Cupcake on Facebook. Deb also successfully runs her own business as a Virtual Assistant.
How to Fill Your Monthly Events With Your Divine Community and Have “Souled Out Live Events” Every Time.
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Putting an initiative on the ballot can be dangerous to your freedom as a number of collective operators have found out in Santa Ana. In a series of raids, 42 people were arrested over a 2-day period for operating store-front collectives that violate the city’s ban.
Patients collected enough signature for an initiative that would rescind the ban and allow for a limited number of licensed collectives. The city responded with its own initiative that is much more restrictive allowing operation in only two industrial zones. The city then allocated an additional $500,000 for police operations to close dispensaries.
Hearings have been contentious with a group called Latino Health Access strenuously opposing the collectives at city council meetings. Kandice Hawes, one of the petition organizers and a member of OCNORML, will review what has happened, take a jaundice view of the city’s actions and explain their plan to overcome local opposition to get the patient’s initiative passed.
The second part of the show will feature a live session from Sacramento with patients who participated in ASAs Citizen Lobby Day. Hear about the “touchy” morning session on SB 1262 with bill author Sen. Lou Correa as well as first-hand accounts of their visits to the offices of their state assembly member and state senator.