News Feature, Malcolm Marshall
It’s a Monday evening in November at the CCISCO office in Richmond, and members of CLOUD, or Community Leaders Organizing Undocumented Dreamers, have come together to assist those interested in submitting a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) application.
The landmark DACA program, announced by President Obama last summer, allows undocumented [...]Continue Reading →
By Asani Shakur
EDITOR’S NOTE:. A 25-year-old who grew up on the streets of Richmond decided to write this piece because of what he sees happening in his community every day.
Barbaric. Evil. Modern-day slavery. Those are some of the words that President Barack Obama used to describe sex trafficking during a speech he delivered [...]Continue Reading →
Food Review, Molly Raynor
I love Richmond with all my heart. I love its resilience, its creativity, its RAW talent and radical roots. I do not, however, love the lack of healthy food options that residents of this city face on a daily basis.
The lack of healthy options is something I’ve witnessed firsthand during [...]Continue Reading →
Commentary, Sonya Mann
An overwhelming number of California voters, 81 percent, supported Proposition 35 (also called the CASE Act), which expands legal protections for victims of sex trafficking, and specifies harsher punishments for their pimps. The landslide victory for the measure probably shouldn’t come as a surprise, given that on the surface it sounded [...]Continue Reading →
News Report, Anna Challet, New America Media
In last month’s general election, youth voter turnout remained at 2008 levels, despite previous polls showing that enthusiasm was down in 2012.
According to national exit polls analyzed by the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) at Tufts University, 49.3 percent of people [...]Continue Reading →
Blog, by Alicia Marie
My reason for watching CNN on election night was different from the majority of most Americans for the simple fact that I don’t vote, so the results didn’t really matter to me. However, I’m not ignorant of the issues or about how politics work, and I wanted to see what people [...]Continue Reading →
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