Book “Taking Down Backpage: Fighting the World’s Largest Sex Trafficker.” Sacramento’s historically Black neighborhood lost 24% of Black residents. Sac Black Chamber purchases first headquarters. Remembering farm-to-fork pioneer Suzanne Ashworth.
- Prosecutor Maggy Krell discusses her new book, “Taking Down Backpage: Fighting the World’s Largest Sex Trafficker,” which explains the misunderstandings of human trafficking and how social media and the internet make it more challenging to track and prosecute. Krell will be doing an outdoor book signing at Capital Books in Sacramento on Saturday, January 29.
- Kris Hooks, CapRadio News Editor, takes us behind the scenes on his reporting on how Sacramento’s historically Black Oak Park neighborhood is losing its black residents– a drop of 24% over the past decade, according to the latest Census data.
- Azizza Davis-Goines, CEO of the Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce, discusses the pivotal purchase of a midtown building rich in black history for its first official headquarters.
- Chef Patrick Mulvaney, owner of Mulvaney’s B&L in Sacramento, and Juan Barajas, owner of Savory Cafe in Woodland, remember farm-to-fork pioneer and owner of Del Rio Botanicals, Suzanne Peabody Ashworth, who passed away at the age of 70.