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From Richmond Pulse | 05/26/2017

How the Teacher Shortage Affects Richmond Students

May 26, 2017 By Mitzi Perez I remember going to school in Richmond as a kid, only to find too often that there was no teacher for us. One of ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 05/24/2017

400 Richmond Riders Join Bike to Work Day

May 24, 2017   Photo Essay, David Meza Over 400 Richmond riders joined in the 23rd annual Bike To Work Day on Thursday, May 11. The nationwide day, part of National ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 05/24/2017

Cigarillos y Alcopops: Las Licorerías de Richmond Se Anuncian a los Niños

May 24, 2017   By Karina Guadalupe El tabaco, el alcohol y las bebidas azucaradas siguen siendo comercializados a los jóvenes en Richmond. Esos son los hallazgos de la Encuesta de ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 05/24/2017

Dogs and Their Owners Love Point Isabel Dog Park

May 24, 2017 Photo Essay • Mitzi Perez, Jonathan Silva, Maite Mejia and Maryalexis Gutierrez If you have yet to visit Point Isabel Regional Shoreline in Richmond, it is a sight to ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 05/22/2017

Hate Crime Against Sikh Man Yields Prison Terms for Assailants

May 22, 2017   Above: Maan Singh Khalsa speaks to the press following a hearing in Martinez, California, on May 18, 2017. (Julie Small/KQED) by A.C. Thompson, ProPublica Wearing a slightly ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 05/22/2017

California Bill Would Add Media Arts Education to Schools

May 22, 2017 Commentary, William Haynes  | Photo via Richmond Confidential A California state bill could change the lives of inner-city youth. Assembly Bill 37, introduced last December by ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 05/21/2017

Time to Ban ‘Roundup’

May 21, 2017 By Randy Villegas, SOUTH KERN SOL A court ruling in March made California the first state in the nation to require that chemical maker Monsanto label its ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 05/18/2017

Why It’s Important to Talk About Mental Health

May 18, 2017   By Keisa Reynolds  | Photo via flickr.com/photos/alachuacounty/ Have you ever had difficulty breathing or experienced tightness in your chest whenever something bad happened? Felt unable to control ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 05/16/2017

Outside Washington, A ‘More Powerful’ Immigrant Rights Movement Emerges

May 16, 2017 New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore SAN FRANCISCO – Immigrant rights advocates say that despite the cloud of fear hanging over communities in the first ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 05/13/2017

My Mother’s Dream

May 13, 2017               By Maryalexis Gutierrez At a young age, my mom dreamed of becoming a teacher. She came to the United States to study English in hopes of ...
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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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