OUR REGIONS

Sacramento

1300 Campaign Priorities

A-G Eligibilty for All

Increased Number
of Counselors

Mandatory Implicit
Bias Training

Ethnic Studies

Development of an
Organizational Racial
Equity Assessement Tool

Moratorium on
School Suspensions

Place-Based Mentorship

Dual-Priority
Enrollment

Culturally
Responsive Pedagogy

 

The Sacramento 1300 Campaign’s implementation efforts are focused on seven high-need communities, that are impacted by race-based disparities in education, health, economic conditions, and community violence as identified by The Sacramento County Blue Ribbon Commission Report (2013).
 

1300 Campaign Sites

Targeted Neighborhoods & Schools
 

  • Encina Preparatory High School in Arden Arcade

  • Grant Union High School in Del Paso Heights and North Sacramento

  • Foothill and Highlands High School in Foothill Farms and North Highlands.

  • Hiram Johnson High School in Fruitridge and Stockton

  • Luther Burbank High School in Meadowview

  • Sacramento High School in Oak Park

  • Valley and Florin High Schools in South Sacramento

Participating Colleges & Universities

  • Cosumnes River College (Los Rios Community College District)

  • Sacramento City College (Los Rios Community College District)

  • American River College (Los Rios Community College District)

  • Sacramento State University (California State University System)

  • UC Davis (University of California System)

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Read our strategic plan.
 

Our Partners

DISTRICT

We express gratitude to the city and county officials, post-secondary partners, K-12 representatives, the youth who inspire us to do better, and the many community partners who have contributed to the development of our campaign. It serves as an acknowledgment of what might be if we move forward together through a racially conscious lens and an unapologetic commitment to reimagine a community where our young men of color are valued, loved, supported and seen for all their glorious potential.

4 Your Epiphany

American River College

ARC

Architects of Hope

Breakthrough Sacramento

Brown Issues/SCC

Cal SOAP

Califonia 9th Assembly District

California Funders for Boys and Men of Color

California Senate District 6

College Track

Cosumnes River College

CSU Sacramento

Elk Grove Unified School District

Epic Bloom

Fifth Element

Hawk Institute

Greater Sacramento Economic Council

Improve Your Tomorrow

Los Rios- UNITE (ARC)

MBK Sacramento

Natomas Unified School District

Project EDquity

Sacramento State University

Sacramento City College

Sacramento City Unified School District

Sacramento County District 1

Sacramento County Office of Education

Sacramento District 6

Sacramento District 7

Sacramento District 8

Sacramento District 9

Sacramento Mayors Office

Sacramento Region Community Foundation

San Juan Unified School District

Sierra Health Foundation

The Center at Sierra Health Foundation

Third Plateau

Twin River Unified School District

UC Davis

EXECUTIVE STRATEGY COMMITTEE

The 1300 Campaign’s Executive Strategy Committee is working with local, regional and statewide partners to develop, advance and establish deep-rooted change to send 1,300 additional young men of color to California State University, Sacramento and University of California, Davis by 2025.

Chet P. Hewitt, The Center at Sierra Health Foundation President and CEO

Dr. Edward Bush, Consumnes River College President

Barry Broome, Greater Sacramento Economic Council President & CEO

Chet Maddison, Elk Grove Unified School District Board Trustee

Chris Hoffman, Elk Grove Unified School District Superintendent

Daniel Kaufman, Third Plateau Founder and Principal

Don Hunt, UC Davis Associate Vice Chancellor of Enrollment

Edward Mills, CSU Sacramento Vice President of Student Affairs

Eric Guerra, Sacramento District 6 Council Member

Jessie Ryan, Sacramento City Unified School District Board of Education President

Jorge Aguilar, Sacramento City Unified School District Superintendent

Lisa Cardoza, CSU Sacramento Vice President for University Advancement

Matt Perry, Sacramento County Office of Education Assistant Superintendent

Melanie Dixon, American River College President

Michael Lynch, Improve Your Tomorrow Co-Founder and CEO

Phil Serna, Sacramento County District 1 Supervisor

Renetta Garrison, UC Davis Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Richard Pan, California Senate District 6 State Senator

Rick Jennings, Sacramento District 7 Council Member

Robert Nelson, CSU Sacramento President

Whitney Yamamura, Folsom Lake College

Darrell Steinberg, Sacramento Mayor