Corpsmembers Recognize Black History Month Through Service

three corpsmembers in uniform using hand tools

Sacramento Center Corpsmembers work as a team to remove invasive Blackberry bushes at Folsom Lake State Recreation Area as part of a Black History Month volunteer event.

Learning about California’s rich, diverse history is impactful any time of the year.

It’s especially inspiring and powerful when that history lesson coincides with active service and positive community impact.

It’s how our Placer and Sacramento Corpsmembers spent a recent day off, learning about the history of Black Miners Bar at Folsom Lake State Recreation Area and cleaning up the area for future generations to learn at and explore.