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From Richmond Pulse | 06/14/2019

Contra Costa College Staff Group Supports VanderWoude, Questions Investigation

June 14, 2019 NAACP Richmond Chapter President Willie Robinson speaks at the AASA press conference on campus on June 5. By Joel Umanzor Jr. The African American ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 06/13/2019

Grads Look Forward to Next Steps

June 13, 2019 RP Staff Report Editor’s Note: Richmond Pulse asked recent Contra Costa College graduates what the achievement — and the journey — meant to them. (These quotes have been edited ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 06/10/2019

At Richmond Pride, Community and Acceptance Grow

June 10, 2019 Photo Essay, Denis Perez-Bravo Richmond’s LGBTQ community celebrated acceptance alongside a community of allies during the 5th Pride event at Marina Bay Park on June ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 06/09/2019

Slain Youth Nico Martinez Remembered at the Milo Foundation, “His Happy Place”

June 9, 2019 By Carlos Lemus Family, friends and community members gathered June 2 at the Milo Foundation on 220 S. Garrard Blvd. to unveil a banner in memory of Nico Martinez ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 06/09/2019

Re-Entry Activists Seek Ways to Support Formerly Incarcerated Youth

June 9, 2019 By Abené Clayton | Image by Sarah DeBaar Richmond’s Safe Return Project is exploring common issues among one of Contra Costa County’s most underserved groups: formerly incarcerated ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 06/05/2019

‘Mayor of Parchester’ Honored With Memorial Garden

June 5, 2019 RP Staff Report | Photo by Ellen Gailing Beloved Richmond icon Mary “Peace” Head was memorialized in the community she loved with a garden named in her honor, ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 06/04/2019

Community Remembers ‘Ms. Ann’ For Her Impact

June 4, 2019 Obituary, Abené Clayton Ann Cyrus, 64, passed away in her home on May 28, 2019. Born in Oakland on Nov. 29, 1954 to Allen and ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 06/03/2019

Acts to Follow: An Update on Five California State Bills That Could Affect Your Safety, How You Make Money, Where You Send Your Kids to School, Where You Live and More

June 3, 2019 Parents stage a Black Parent Strike March May 22 in front of the State Capitol.  California Black Media Staff Here’s an update on five pieces ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 06/03/2019

Census Champions — Jeri Green’s Life-Long Crusade To Reverse Historic Undercounts

June 3, 2019 Above: Jeri Green at her desk at the US Census Bureau in 2016. For over three decades, Green has helped make the decennial census a ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 06/01/2019

Local Happenings: June 2019

June 1, 2019 Chamber Hosts Cannabis Forum Wednesday, June 5 The Richmond Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a forum about cannabis businesses in Richmond beginning at 8:30 a.m., Wednesday, June ...
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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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