Monday, October 6, 2014

New 2014-15 Sacramento Black Pages

 Sacramento Black Pages
Featuring over 1,100.00 Black owned and operated businesses, community organizations, faith base groups
and elected officials.

The Sacramento Black Pages is a directory of Black owned and operated businesses & resources in the Sacramento region.  $5.00 compiled by The Black Group (tbg). You can purchase the Sacramento Black Pages @ underground books, 2814 35th Street, Sacramento, CA. 95817. 916.737.3333.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

2nd First Annual Sacramento Black Book Fair (SBBF)

Celebrating Black Literature: This historic 3-day book fair and celebration will include panel discussions, authors, book signings, and talks by each of the featured writers, cultural & food vendors, workshops, book discussions, children’s activities, poetry readings, and art displays.

“The Challenges & Possibilities for Black Leadership, Saturday, September 13, 2014

The Congress of African Peoples (CAP)

2014 Theme:

“The Challenges & Possibilities for Black Leadership: Politics, Economics, Culture, & Religion


12th Annual Convening

Saturday, September 13, 2014

9:00am to 4:00pm

Women’s Civic Improvement Center

3555 3rd Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95817



The mission of the Congress of African Peoples (CAP) is to promote dialogue among African-descended individuals and organizations in the Sacramento Valley by sharing perspectives, visions, hopes, expectations, disappointments, plans, and ongoing work.



The purpose of the Congress is to provide a space, which African/Black people from all over the area can share and connect with each other. What comes out of that space is up to the initiatives of the participants.


For more information contact:

Dave Covin at:

Register online at:


Sunday, February 23, 2014

First Annual Sacramento Black Book Fair (SBBF), June 6-8, 2014

Get ready Sacramento for the First Annual Black Book Fair (SBBF)

The SBBF is an offshoot of Blue Nile Press (BNP), a Sacramento Publisher of Black Books.  This historic event will take place from June 6 - June 8, 2014.  It will bring writers, publishers, readers, and vendors from Sacramento, the state, the country, and the international community, to a celebration of reading and writing, right here in River City.
The SBBF will take place in the heart of Oak Park, anchored by venues at the Women’s Civic Improvement Club, The Brickhouse Art Gallery; Evolve the Gallery, Underground Books, Oak Park United Methodist Church, and the historic Guild Theater.
This historic 3-day event will feature: a gala reception, featured authors, panel discussion, book signings, book discussions, children’s activities, poetry readings, art displays, and much more.

There will be sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities for individuals, groups and businesses. 
 For more info please visit our website: