Sac Mayor Asks for Programs To Avoid Tragedies Like Stephon Clark Shooting

 

Mayor Darrell Steinberg calls for healing in the community at the annual State of the City address pending the district attorney's decision in the Stephon Clark case.

"How do I, as a relatively privileged white man, let my suffering community member know that they do not suffer alone," said Steinberg.

Nearly a year after the shooting of Stephon Clark, Steinberg called on the community for healing, peace and nonviolence.

"Today in Sacramento our communities of color are starved for real investments, new and expanded businesses, new jobs, not just social services."

He also spoke about creating programs in the city to provide opportunities for youth on the weekends and after school.

Steinberg ended his speech by talking about Measure U and new developments within the city.

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