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FILMS & TV SERIES

Available to rent

  • Black Power Mixtape: 1967-1975
  • Clemency (Chinonye Chukwu)
  • Fruitvale Station (Ryan Coogler)
  • I Am Not Your Negro (James Baldwin doc) — or on Kanopy
  • Just Mercy (Destin Daniel Cretton)
  • Selma (Ava DuVernay)
  • The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution

HBO

  • King In The Wilderness

Hulu

  • Blindspotting* (Carlos López Estrada)
  • If Beale Street Could Talk (Barry Jenkins)
  • The Hate U Give* (George Tillman Jr.)
    * Hulu with Cinema

Netflix

  • American Son (Kenny Leon)
  • Dear White People (Justin Simien)
  • See You Yesterday (Stefon Bristol)
  • When They See Us (Ava DuVernay)
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BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES

Roland’s On Broadway (Car Sales)

Training With Troya (Personal Training)

BLACK-OWNED RESTAURANTS

Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant (1346 Fulton Ave.)

A Toucha Class/Play Makers (4217 Stockton Blvd.)

Bawk Fried Chicken (1409 R St., Suite 102)

Beana’s Cafe (2251 Florin Rd.)

Cafe Connection Caribbean (1007 L St.)

CoLo’s Soul Food & Seafood (2326 Del Paso Blvd.)

Compassion Meals (Pop-Up)

D’s Smokin Pit (1800 Del Paso Blvd., Suite 101)

Daddy O’s Smokehouse (3581 Mather Field Rd B, Rancho Cordova)

Danny’s Mini Donuts (900 2nd St.)

Don’t Be Chick’n (Pop-Up)

DubPlate Kitchen & Jamaican Cuisine (3419 El Camino Ave.)

Family Pizza Take & Bake (5901 Watt Ave., North Highlands)

Fast Cat Coffee (7901 Fair Oaks Blvd., Carmichael)

Fixins Soul Kitchen (3428 3rd Ave.)

Flowers Fish Market & Restaurant (3224 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.)

Habesha Restaurant (2326 Fair Oaks Blvd.)

Harry Love BBQ (4557 Auburn Blvd.)

House of Chicken & Ribs (3535 Elverta Rd., Antelope)

I Scream Yogurt (Food Truck)

JB’s Lounge & Grill (777 Lincoln Village Dr.)

Louisiana Heaven (6623 Valley Hi Dr.)

MacQue’s BBQ (8101 Elder Creek Rd., Suite O, Sacramento and 8517 Elk Grove Blvd., Elk Grove)

Maestro Coffee House (2069 Arena Blvd., Suite 130)

Mo Betta Finger Food (3751 Stockton Blvd.)

Momo’s Meat Market (5780 Broadway)

Muhammed’s Meat & Vegetables (5917 Mack Rd.)

Nash & Proper (Pop-Up – Coming to K Street)

Oak Park Brewing Co. (3514 Broadway)

Pangea Bier Cafe (2743 Franklin Blvd.)

Peach Oliver’s Kitchen in Shakey J’s Bar & Grill (8001 Florin Rd.)

Q1227 Restaurant (1465 Eureka Rd., Suite 100, Roseville)

Queen Sheba (1704 Broadway)

Saucey Oysters & BBQ (Pop-Up)

Savvy House Coffee Bar (9630 Bruceville Rd., #104)

Soul Sweets (Pop-Up)

South (2005 11th St.)

Stagecoach Restaurant (4365 Florin Rd.)

Streets Pub & Grub (1804 J St.)

T & R Taste of Texas BBQ (3621 Broadway and 1310 Howe Ave.)

Tiferet Coffee House (3020 H St.)

Tori’s Place (1525 Grand Ave.)

Urban Roots Brewery & Smokehouse (1322 V St.)

Willie J’s Burgers & More (2010 Club Center Dr.)

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ESTABLISHMENTS LOCATED OUTSIDE OF DOWNTOWN STOCKTON

B & W Barbecue & Soul Food (535 W. Harding Way)

B-N-B QING 209 (535 W. Harding Way)(Moblie Bar-B-Que and Catering)

Chase the Smell LLC (Food Truck - Follow for Updates & Locations)

DJ’s Tri-Tip (Food Truck - Follow for Updates & Locations)

House of Ice Cream (947 N El Dorado St.)

James Binder III, Artist (Artist - Follow for Details)

Mudville Mc’s (Food Truck - Follow for Updates & Locations)

Smitty’s Wings & Things (5654 N Pershing Ave.)

Tan’s Kitchen (New Location Coming Soon)

Taste Of Texas (Food Truck - Follow for Updates & Locations)

Taylor Maid Mobile Cleaning (Follow & Get a Free Quote)

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