Por Edgardo Cervano-Soto En 2015, su nombre apareció de repente en los artículos de noticias acerca de la designación de un nuevo candidato para el Concejo de la Ciudad de Richmond. En los medios de comunicación, Claudia Jiménez, de 37 años, estaba aún por definirse, solamente conocida por su trabajo con la Organización Interreligiosa de […]
Richmond High School Health Academy students received a special presentation from Kaiser Permanente as part of a “reverse job shadow day” on February 9. Students in attendance at this first-ever event learned about different medical professions and got a taste of what working in those professions would be like.
The cost of a University of California education, feeling welcomed on campus and whether academic records are strong enough. These were among the concerns raised by a group of 16 African American parents – educators, counselors, community college students – in a candid conversation with UC President Janet Napolitano.
In 2015, her name suddenly appeared in news articles about the nomination of a new candidate for the Richmond City Council. In the media, Claudia Jimenez, 37, remained undefined, only noted for her organizing work with Contra Costa Interfaith Supporting Community Organizations (CCISCO). At minimum, Jimenez, who at the time was not affiliated with the Richmond Progressive Alliance, was described as a “smokescreen” candidate.