California has a serious homeless crisis. Read more at Richmond PulseRead More Homelessness Task Force Addresses Sanctioned Encampments
A 25-year old, 4th generation Richmond native is running for City Council. Read more at Richmond PulseRead More Demnlus Johnson: It’s About Literally Tackling the Issues at the Root
Sierra Silva is on a mission to empower people to better their lives by bettering their health. Read more at Richmond PulseRead More How I Learned What’s Wrong With My Food
An interview with spoken word artist Jamaya Walker. Read more at Richmond PulseRead More ‘Daddyless Daughter’ Turns Pain Into Poetry
A special collaboration between Coachella Unincorporated, Richmond Pulse, The kNOw Youth Media, Access Sacramento, The AjA Project, and Youth Radio. Climate change, global warming, impending doom — call it what you like. But it’s real, it’s happening and it’s all our fault. Read more at Youth Radio.Read More Young Californians Talk Climate Change in Their Communities
Just what to do with the West Contra Costa County School District’s money stirs up passionate debate. Read more at Richmond PulseRead More Tensions Rise Over School District Spending Plan
After decades of back and forth politics, Richmond may merge with the unincorporated area that shares its name. Read more at Richmond PulseRead More Should North Richmond Finally Become Part of Richmond?
A new state law that keeps cities from taxing groceries of any kind could mean the end of any hope for Richmond’s Department for Children and Youth Services initiative. Read more at Richmond PulseRead More State ‘Soda Tax’ Ban Leaves Richmond Program For Youth At Risk
For Richmond’s Maryalexis Gutierrez, high school did not adequately prepare her for the confusing world of personal finance. So she decided to attend a bootcamp that would teach her about everything from debit cards to retirement funds. “Like many young people nowadays, taxes, bills, credit, budgeting and finances are all part of a foreign language.” […]Read More Mad Money: Deciphering the Mysteries of Personal Finance
Richmond’s Denis Perez-Bravo reviews the series “Dear White People,” a popular show following the lives of black students at a predominantly white university. Perez-Bravo finds connections between his own experiences and those of the characters. “The show is a microcosmic look at the emotional and physical toll on a group of oppressed people in a […]Read More ‘Dear White People’: a Microcosmic Look at the U.S.