This week, Sacramento County declared racism a public health crisis and outlined…
This week, Sacramento County declared racism a public health crisis and outlined ways to promote racial equity through policies, programs and resources. “Sacramento County is one of the nation’s most diverse communities, and as such, all its citizens should have the opportunity to live their lives free from systemic racism,” said Board Chair Phil Serna (pictured above), who brought forth the resolution. The California county now joins a handful of states — including Michigan, Nevada and Wisconsin — and local governments — such as Franklin County, Ohio, — that have made similar declarations.
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