2nd Annual Black History Month Celebration Hosted by Pachamama Coffee

Posted by Ashley Fleming on

February 20, 2023 | Pachamama Coffee hosted it's second annual Black History Month Celebration on Sunday at the East Sacramento coffee shop location. 

As a company we believe that coffee connects communities across all walks of live and it is within our capacity to facilitate this connection, both globally and locally. Being owned by coffee farmers in Latin America and Africa, Pachamama works to highlight those communities and cultures and celebrate them here in the Sacramento region when possible. 

Our goal each year by hosting events like this is to build our community connections with local small businesses and vendors as well as musicians within the community. This year, Sac City Stems, Berry and Thyme, 1837 Vegan, Lingers Candles and Tessa Scott joined Pachamama Coffee for an morning filled with community. 

Live music was provided by Jakhari Smith, Beti Masenqo and The Band Muze. 

Jakhari Smith singing in East Sacramento, California  


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