On the 14th, Richmond, Calif. leaders gathered to host a virtual forum about the impacts of coronavirus on the community. One major focus was on the lack of financial aid available for many Richmond residents. “The majority of [Richmond residents] don’t have the opportunity to get financial support from the government,” said Rosa Menjivar, program coordinator of the Young Latina Future Leaders program at the Latina Center. “They feel very blessed that we help them with $100 or $300. They need more.” Read more at Richmond Pulse.