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From Richmond Pulse | 02/15/2019

Q&A: Nat Bates on Returning to City Council

February 15, 2019 Interview, Malcolm Marshall | Photo courtesy of Richmond Confidential Editor’s Note: In November, Nathaniel “Nat” Bates won the closest victory of any race on a California ballot: winning ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/14/2019

Khalid’s Corner: Growing Up as a Richmond Kid

February 14, 2019 By Khalid Elahi Richmond has been one of the best and worst things that ever happened to me. Growing up, I can remember getting Moo’s ice cream and ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/13/2019

Ryan Turner: From Drug Dealer to Community Healer

February 13, 2019 By Asani Shakur When I read Robert Greene’s book “48 Laws of Power” and his Law 25 (re-create yourself), it reminded me of my childhood friend Ryan Turner. We ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/12/2019

Could Congress Ban Citizenship Question From 2020 Census?

February 12, 2019 By Mark Hedin, Ethnic Media Services Congress may hold the key to stopping the Census Bureau from adding the highly controversial question about citizenship status to ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/11/2019

Richmond Takes Tri-County Title Over Pinole Valley

February 11, 2019 Story and Photos by Denis Perez-Bravo The Richmond Oilers boys’ soccer team won the Tri-County Athletic League (TCAL) Rock Division title with a 2-0 victory over ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/09/2019

Difficult Times Demand Passionate Activism

February 9, 2019 By Isabella Zizi | Photo by Denny Khamphanthong With all that is going on — the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s apocalyptic report on climate change, teachers resorting ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/09/2019

Third Annual West Contra Costa Education Fair

February 9, 2019 By Abené Clayton | Photos by Luis Cubas The discussions around schools in California often boil down to three issues: class sizes, admission processes, and access to data. ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/08/2019

The Familiar Story in ‘Beale Street’

February 8, 2019 Review, Keisa Reynolds The film adaption of James Baldwin’s acclaimed novel, If Beale Street Could Talk, provides stunning visuals to a heartbreaking story that is all too familiar ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/05/2019

Ms. Stone Helps Me Solve My Math Problems

February 5, 2019 By Lee Vides I’ve always hated math. I had bad experiences with math teachers, included being yelled at for answering a question wrong. It felt like we weren’t ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/05/2019

Fashion Show Highlights Beauty of All 

February 5, 2019 Photo Essay, Denis Perez Skinny, white and flawless – that’s the unrealistic beauty standard held up by the fashion industry and mainstream media. But real women are ...
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From Healthy Richmond | 01/22/2014

New 2014 Richmond Health Enrollment Events Calendar!

January 22, 2014 Quality and affordable health care for Richmond residents is available today. Across Richmond, events are taking place to help individuals and families get enrolled in ...
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From Healthy Richmond | 11/04/2013

New Resources on Mixed-Status Families and the ACA

November 4, 2013 Please see updates and resources below shared by the The Asegúrate Campaign which includes information on why mixed status families should not be afraid to ...
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