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TAKE ME TO THE WATER: Histories of the Black Pacific

Saturday, March 16, 2024
Central Library
Join us at Central Library from January 23 to March 16 for "Take Me to the Water: Histories of the Black Pacific," a multi-media exhibit that captures the historic panorama of the Black experience with the Pacific Ocean. Curated by Dr. Caroline Collins, Take Me to the Water seeks to recenter the relationship between African Americans, water, and ships, moving beyond the entrenched narrative of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade and towards the understanding that Black people have not only existed in the Pacific region for centuries, but played an integral role in the development of Pacific economy and society.

The exhibit will be housed in the lobby of Central Library and is free to experience.  
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Flu Vaccine Clinic

10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
North Natomas Library
North Natomas Community Room
FREE FLU VACCINES FOR AGES 6 MONTHS AND OLDER
  • Limited quantities available - Appointment recommended. Scan QR code at the bottom to make an appointment. 
  • Anyone 17 and under will need parent/guardian consent 
  • No ID or insurance required
FREE COVID-19 VACCINES FOR THOSE WHO ARE ELIGIBLE
Eligibility Guidelines
  1. If 19 years and older, we are able to offer a free COVID-19 vaccine if they do not have insurance or are under-insured (insurance that does not cover vaccines, only select vaccines or has a high deductible). This is the Bridge Access Program (BAP).
  2. If they are 6 months – 18 years old, we are able to offer a free COVID-19 vaccine if they do not have insurance, are on Medi-Cal, or are Native American or Alaska Native. This is the Vaccine For Children (VFC).
Presented in partnership with Sacramento County Public Health Department.