Richmond: At the Forefront of the Childhood Obesity Discussion

By April Suwalsky “Childhood obesity isn’t some simple, discrete issue. There’s no one cause we can pinpoint. There’s no one program we can fund to make it go away. Rather, it’s an issue that touches on every aspect of how we live and how we work.” — First Lady Michelle Obama, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation […]

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BACK TO SCHOOL TIPS 2012

Advice, Alicia Marie When it comes to high school, first impressions really do last a lifetime. So to make sure that you’re counted in among the 75.4 % who graduate from high school in Richmond, here are some tips to help you through your journey. Tips for the Successful High School Student: Be On Time […]

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A Message Home, from San Quentin to Richmond

Written and compiled by “Malik” SAN QUENTIN, Calif. — Since 2006, the men of the Richmond Project – a group of inmates from Richmond who are now incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison – have been striving from behind these walls to be a part of the solution to the problems plaguing their city; problems […]

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