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From Richmond Pulse | 02/12/2018

Black History Recognized and Honored in Richmond

February 12, 2018 Photo Essay, David Meza To Sims Thompson, Jr. Black History Month is a time to look at the long journey of African-Americans, both the issues faced ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/08/2018

Children’s Bookstore Hopes to Turn the Page on Racism

February 8, 2018   By Abené Clayton The determined faces of Black historical figures sit at the entrance of the Multicultural Children’s Bookstore in the newly re-named Shops at Hilltop ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/07/2018

Convening Brings Parent Leaders Together

February 7, 2018 Convening Celebrates Efforts of Parent Leaders By Mitzi Perez On a cold Saturday morning in January, parents and children were greeted with warm hugs and soft ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/06/2018

Paid Family Leave Benefits Expand — Workers Pay For It But Rarely Use It

February 6, 2018 By Mark Hedin, Ethnic Media Services California wage earners welcoming a new child to the family or caring for a seriously ill relative this year can ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/05/2018

Save Our Sisters: Indigenous Voices at the Women’s March

February 5, 2018 By Isabella Zizi | Photos by Norm Sands of Idle No More SF Bay It was the day after a California rainstorm. While the sun was drying ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/01/2018

Local Happenings: February 2018

February 1, 2018   Black History Celebrated With Music and Dancing Saturday, Feb. 3 The Richmond Community Services Department will host its annual Black History Celebration from 5 to 8:30 ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 02/01/2018

Black Student Union Aims to Unite, Uplift

February 1, 2018             RP Staff Report For Jarschire Dennis, launching the Black Student Union at Kennedy High School was long overdue. As co-president of the club that began earlier this ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 01/30/2018

Thousands Take to the Streets for Women’s March Kern County

January 30, 2018         South Kern Sol, By Marilu Cisneros | Photos by Marisol Sanchez Verdin Hundreds of women descended upon downtown Bakersfield Saturday, marching, chanting and sharing inspirational stories of ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 01/30/2018

Unity Park Abre el Día de MLK

January 30, 2018               Ensayo Fotográfico, Denis Perez-Bravo Cuando Jaccari Meriwether tenía ocho años, sabía que no debía acercarse a las vías ferroviarias fuera de función de Atchiston Train en ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 01/29/2018

Festival Aims to Inspire People ‘Into Action’

January 29, 2018             By Abené Clayton | Photos by David Meza | Video by Mitzi Perez The hushed tones of people analyzing art filled a labyrinth-style gallery in a ...
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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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