From neighbors taking back vacant lots and creating community gardens, to being on the front-line of major local policy campaigns like raising the minimum wage, our members are growing a stronger chapter every day.
Where we Organize:
Sacramento ACCE Action currently has 2 chapters: one in the Oak Park Neighborhood and one in South Sacramento.
- Taking Back Vacant Lots and Creating Community Spaces: ACCE Action members in Oak Park were upset about vacant lots in their neighborhood, and when the city wasn’t doing anything about it, they decided to just convert the space into a community garden. Now, they have converted several vacant lots and blighted allies into community gardens and are continuing to take back public spaces for their community. ACCE Action members and neighbors regularly tend to the gardens, which serve as community gathering points, and have served to continue to deepen neighborhood organizing.
- Worker Justice: In Sacramento, we are fighting to raise the minimum wage and win paid sick days and other worker protections for low wage workers. Many of our members work at low wage jobs – in restaurants, in retail, etc – and we are coming together to win worker protections!
7000 Franklin Blvd Suite 1245, Sacramento, CA 95823
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If you want to see investment in our neighborhoods and public spaces, an increase minimum wage and protections for workers, and a stronger Sacramento, sign up here to join us in taking action.