Fresh ‘Produce Is In Full Swing’ At Richmond Farmers Market

COVID-19 won’t stop fresh produce from reaching Richmond, California residents thanks to the Richmond Farmers Market. And a lot of the fresh goods are grown in the community, according to Paul Brown, one of the market organizers. “We have farm fresh watermelons, cantaloupes, tomatoes, peaches, nectarines, strawberries, corn and even honey that was produced locally […]

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Women of Color React to Kamala Harris VP Nomination With Enthusiasm, Reluctance

Kamala Harris made history in August as the first woman of color to be nominated as vice president. Some see the nomination as a step toward progress and equality, while others are hesitant to accept Harris’s controversial past. Richmond Pulse sat down with six women of color to hear their thoughts on Harris’s campaign. Read […]

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Through the Tunnel – Exploring The Causes Of Depression

Media Arts Center’s newest teen documentary explores the causes and treatments for various types of depression. “Somebody can have very mild depression, meaning they can go about their day,” said Joyce Thompson, a licensed clinical social worker. “Someone who has major depression may need additional layers of treatment like going to therapy.” Watch the full […]

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Plan To Close Juvenile Hall Receives Mixed Response From Board Of Supervisors

In August, the Contra Costa County district attorney announced a plan to close the county’s juvenile hall by 2021. While some board supervisors saw this as a step in the right direction, others were surprised by the statement. “Supervisor Candace Anderson said there hadn’t been any input from the board about the task force, and […]

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