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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/19/2019

Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission

November 19, 2019 By Maria Bernal The Multicultural Children’s Bookstore at the Shops at Hilltop is settling into its new space. The bookstore, previously located on the second floor of ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/18/2019

Eagles Fly Over Tigers, Move to NCS Semi-Finals

November 18, 2019   By Denis Perez Bravo A 35-6 win over the Arcata High Tigers advanced the top-seeded Kennedy High Eagles (10-1) into the North Coast Section Division 6 ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/18/2019

WCCUSD Board Takes No Action Against Superintendent Duffy

November 18, 2019   By Edward Booth The West Contra Costa Unified school board took no action during a closed session meeting on Nov. 15, which a board member had ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/15/2019

Your Census Questions, Answered

November 15, 2019 Q&A with Josh Green, U.S. Census Bureau Spokesman Editor’s Note: The U.S. Census will be taking place from mid-March to July 31, 2020. Every decade, the ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/15/2019

Census Takers Needed Across Contra Costa

November 15, 2019 The Census Bureau is hiring thousands of enumerators who will go door-to-door next spring to collect information from those who do not respond to the ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/14/2019

Khanna Supports DACA and Single-Payer Healthcare

November 14, 2019 By Michael J. Fitzgerald | Photo via Ethnic Media Services Solving the nation’s healthcare crisis is getting plenty of attention from Congress, Rep. Ro Khanna said ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/13/2019

Q&A: Live Inside the Foster Care System

November 13, 2019 Interview, Richmond Pulse EDITOR’S NOTE: At any given point, there are about a half a million kids in the U.S. foster care system. These young people ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/12/2019

Marlins Defeat Panthers, Move on To NCS Semi-Finals

November 12, 2019 The Making Waves Academy Marlins defeated McKinleyville High’s Panthers 2-0 Saturday during the fall North Coast Section (NCS) boys soccer tournament quarterfinals at Salesian High ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/11/2019

My Grandmother Is the Rock of Our Family

November 11, 2019 By Heidi Carranza In a small apartment in Richmond, I wake to the smell of vanilla atole and conchas, a Mexican sweet bread. I walk to ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/11/2019

WCCUSD Renews Cal Prep Charter Amid Budget Woes

November 11, 2019 By Edward Booth The charter for Aspire Richmond Charter Academy (also known as Cal Prep) was renewed Wednesday, Nov. 6 by the West Contra Costa Unified ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/11/2019

Obituary: The Sad, Sudden Death of Bernard J. Tyson, the First Black CEO of Kaiser Permanente

November 11, 2019 By Tanu Henry, California Black Media | Photo courtesy of  Kaiser Permanente)  On Saturday, Nov. 9, Bernard J. Tyson, the first Black chairman and CEO of ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/08/2019

Dedan Kimathi Ji Jaga: On Being a Black Marine in Vietnam

November 8, 2019 Interview, Malcolm Marshall | Photo, Amandi Ji Jaga Richmond resident Dedan Kimathi Ji Jaga, 71, is a Marine Corps and Vietnam War veteran, a founding member ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/08/2019

‘Culture Cures’ at Day of the Dead Festival

November 8, 2019 By Denis Perez-Bravo Richmond’s Latina Center used its Day of the Dead celebration Oct. 25 to promote mental health through cultural awareness. The second annual Dia De ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/07/2019

Council Amends Point Molate Agreement, Moves Toward District Elections

November 7, 2019 By Edward Booth City staff expects a lawsuit claiming Richmond violated open meeting laws when discussing development on Point Molate will be more swiftly resolved after ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Children’s Bookstore Changes Location, Keeps Mission | 11/06/2019

The Great Gender Debate: Who Has It Better?

November 6, 2019   First Person • Various Authors | Photo by NeONBRAND on Unsplash EDITOR’S NOTE: Richmond Pulse asked students at Kennedy High School about whether they believe boys or girls have ...
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