Roller skaters in Richmond have found a way to be together, even during a pandemic. Tania Pulido, along with a group of five other Richmond advocates, founded Rich City Rollers, a club for roller skating enthusiasts that combines community with social justice work. “We’re rolling in solidarity, and it’s about many movements, many fronts, one struggle, so this is just one way that we are creating joy. I think that that’s one of the things that attracts people to Rich City Rollers,” Pulido said. “We’re creating joy. Pockets of joy. But we’re also creating a space for the community to come through.” Read the full article at Richmond Pulse.