Slavic Sacramento | Deputy Chancellor of California Community Colleges | “Passion Economy” at SWSX
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A Ukraine peace rally at the Calif. State Capitol in Sacramento, on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022.
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A vital source of news for Northern California’s Slavic community has been banned in Russia. Dr. Daisy Gonzales shares her journey from a foster youth navigating the system to becoming second in command of the state’s community college system. The Honey Agency, Inc. shares their SXSW Presentation “Passion Economy”.
- Ruslan Gurzhiy, Editor-in-Chief of Slavic Sacramento, discusses how his website, which serves over 150,000 monthly readers in the greater Sacramento area, has been banned in Russia.
- Deputy Chancellor Dr. Daisy Gonzales of California Community Colleges, shares her story as a foster youth navigating higher education and goals to increase equity and representation across its 116 campuses.
- Meghan Phillips, Founder and CEO of the Sacramento creative studio The Honey Agency, Inc., shares her presentation about the “Passion Economy” at SXSW.