Featured Video Play Icon

The California State Library Partners With Ethnic Media Groups to #StopTheHate

The California State Library serves as the central reference and research library for the state government and Legislature. It’s known for collecting, preserving, generating and disseminating information — from historic writings to present-day literature.

In our #SoInformed segment, CA State Librarian Greg Lucas enlightens us with the goals of their ethnic media grants on connecting more as one community to fight against hate crimes and educate people on how to utilize their available resources in reporting incidents. They are also persistent on their mission to spread diversity and equality with what they do, along with gathering more ethnic media representatives to help spread information and educate people to instill empathy and understanding for one another.

This episode is aired on #SoJannelleTV as seen on the following channels:

  • Sunday, 4:30pm – 5:00pm PT (7:30pm ET) on TFC
  • Monday, 6:00pm PT on KNET Channel 25.1 (Southern CA)
  • Saturday, 7:30pm – 8:00pm PT (10:30pm ET) on ANC

Make sure you subscribe to #SoJTV on Youtube and click on the little red bell to be notified when we upload new and longer segments every week!


We bring you stories that matter.

Join SoJannelleTV’s email list and get access to our Zoom events and highlights.

Scroll to Top