Souls of the City 2018

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Presented by Sol Collective at Old Sacramento Waterfront, Sacramento CA

Nov 03
Souls of the City 2018

As part of a collaborative partnership, Sol Collective and the Sacramento History Museum and Alliance are proud to invite the community to participate in a series of free cultural workshops in October plus experience a traditional and large-scale Day of the Dead ceremony highlighted by altar building, Aztec dance, sugar skulls, and more on November 3.

Since 2011, Sol Collective has worked to bring the ancient tradition of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) to the Sacramento community.

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Old Sacramento Waterfront

1002 2nd Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

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  1. Shame on you for allowing BLM to have a booth to encourage more racism and pin people against our first line responders! Seriously disgusted! As a Hispanic woman, I am deeply saddened you would find it okay to allow them to use our time to be reflecting on our culture for them to cause further separation and chaos in our city. Just gross!

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    • Kash, you sound racist altogether. Why does BLM bother you so much? There’s space for everyone. Most like shame on you with you whining & crying grow up. Even the cancer event was going on stop complaining. As I’ve stated there’s space for everyone. If you don’t like it don’t come back. Have a blessed day! 🙂

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    • Kash m, I think it’s racist of you to make a big deal about BLM having a booth. They were not causing any problems or blocking anyone, stop over exaggerating stuff to make others look bad. There where many ethnicities with booths what’s the big deal. Everyone was having a great time. Stop being a racist. If you don’t think these events don’t go. Your comments give Latinos a bad name.

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