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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/19/2020

Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond

February 19, 2020 By Maria Bernal | Photos by Denis Perez-Bravo Thousands of people flocked to Richmond’s Craneway Pavilion from all over the Bay Area on Presidents Day to ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/18/2020

Richmond, El Cerrito Bring Home TCAL Titles

February 18, 2020 By Denis Perez-Bravo The Tri-City Athletic League–Rock division champions in soccer played for their crown and earned their respective titles. El Cerrito High’s girls beat St. Mary’s ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/13/2020

WCCUSD Board Cuts $8 Million, Renames School

February 13, 2020 Above: Tony Wold, associate superintendent of business services for WCCUSD. By Edward Booth The West Contra Costa Board of Education voted Wednesday to cut $8 million from ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/13/2020

Gov. Newsom Pardons Unsung Black Civil Rights Hero Bayard Rustin

February 13, 2020 Above: Bayard Rustin (photo courtesy of National Park Service) By California Black Media On Feb. 5, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that his office granted a posthumous pardon ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/12/2020

Margaret Shaper Jordan Leaves Legacy of Activism

February 12, 2020 RP Staff Report | Photo via facebook A celebration of life for well-known Bay Area community activist and Richmond resident Margaret Shaper Jordan will be held ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/12/2020

4-Year-Old Killed in Hit-and-Run in Richmond

February 12, 2020 By Joel Umanzor Jr. A 4-year-old boy was killed in a hit and run Friday at Coalinga Avenue near 23rd Street in Richmond. Heitor Carreiro was standing ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/11/2020

RYSE Fashion Show to Benefit Kenyan Youth Group

February 11, 2020 RP Staff Report Richmond’s RYSE Center is bringing fashion and fundraising together for Black History Month with its “When Culture Speaks” celebration event on Feb. 28. Billed ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/10/2020

RTA Wins First-Ever 3.5 Division Championship

February 10, 2020 By Denis Perez-Bravo The Richmond Tennis Association women’s team has won the United States Tennis Association Northern California Sectionals 3.5 division. The team — Christy Li, Brisa Lowry, ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/09/2020

Richmond Tennis Association Expanding Student Lessons

February 9, 2020 By Denis Perez-Bravo | Photos courtesy of RTA The Richmond Tennis Association (RTA) is soon expected to begin offering tennis lessons to students at two Richmond ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/07/2020

School, Time, ICE: What Stresses Teens Today and How They Cope

February 7, 2020 First Person, Various Authors |Photo by Gift Habeshaw on Unsplash Editor’s Note: From worrying about their families and their futures to struggling to find enough time in the day, ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/07/2020

California Census 2020 Campaign Names Census Ambassadors

February 7, 2020   Above: Ashlee Marie Preston is the first transgender woman to become editor-in-chief of a national publication. By Michael J. Fitzgerald The California For All: Census 2020 Campaign ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/06/2020

Council Denies Charter Plan to Buy Building with Tax-Exempt Bonds

February 6, 2020 By Edward Booth The Richmond City Council on Tuesday (Feb. 5) denied a plan to allow Wonderful Foundations, an Oregon-based nonprofit that supports charter schools, to ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/05/2020

Children Deserve to Know the Truth About Their Ancestors’ Contributions

February 5, 2020 Above: Dr. Carter G. Woodson (Image: Library of Congress) Op-ed, Tamara Shiloh If you’re not exhausted waiting for “the system” to present a more comprehensive lesson on ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/04/2020

Appeals Court: California Must Unseal Secret Files That Hide Police Misconduct

February 4, 2020 By California Black Media Staff | Photo by David von Diemar on Unsplash Activists, some news agencies and civil rights groups across the state are applauding a California court ...
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From Richmond Pulse | Sanders Campaigns to Capacity Crowd in Richmond | 02/04/2020

Labor Lawsuits, New Legislation Attempt to Push Back on New AB 5 Rules

February 4, 2020 Above: Raliegh Neal, 55, plays keyboards inside the Ivy Room in El Cerrito on Saturday, January 11, 2020. Neal, and other local musicians that make ...
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