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SHOC Update

Dear Friends of SHOC,  City of Sacramento officials have decided to move forward establishing a policy that Sacramento Police Department officers are not to confiscate the survival property of anyone living outside. This decision itself comes after years of advocacy from … Continue reading

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SafeGround StakeDown

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Poor People’s Campaign

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Canceled March Thursday

We had a march scheduled for Thursday, 12/15/16, from Loaves & Fishes to City Hall to welcome Mayor Steinberg to his position. We are canceling the event because a big storm is expected to hit us that day with rain … Continue reading

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Homeless Advocates March

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News on City Hall Protest

Protesters occupying outside of Sacramento’s City Hall for the #Right2Rest has been ongoing since December 8, 2015. Its against the law to live outdoors, to be homeless in a city that does not have enough shelter beds and housing for … Continue reading

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National Hunger & Homeless Awareness Week

Press Advisory – November 18, 2015 National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week 2015 focus on criminalization of homelessness Contact: Paula Lomazzi, Sacramento Homeless Organizing Committee, 916.862.8649 This is National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Communities throughout the nation are participating … Continue reading

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Support for Captain

PLEASE HELP SUPPORT CAPTAIN’S COURT CHALLENGE COME TO THE TRIAL ON NOVEMBER 3 AT 8:30 am  DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO COURTHOUSE (9TH AND H STREETS – DEPT 9, SECOND FLOOR) James Little, better know as “Captain” was cited for illegal camping a few … Continue reading

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Bobby at Loaves & Fishes

by Sally Ooms Volunteers at Loaves and Fishes come in many forms. Bobby is a long-term, full-time volunteer who has been working at Friendship Park facilities for almost a year. After he finished college back east, he decided he wanted … Continue reading

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Angels of the Fields

by Sally Ooms Every December a Sacramento River Delta event brings joy to hundreds of farm workers’ children. Kids from Clarksburg to Rio Vista, communities along the river, come to an invitation-only carnival hosted by the every-growing cadre of women … Continue reading

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