Catcalling Is Not a Compliment

I’d always wondered if my school was as safe as I thought it was. At 15, I’m still growing up and pretty innocent. I know there are many things wrong with our schools, but there’s one issue that needs to be addressed now. That issue is catcalling and the over-sexualization of young women.

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Jim Rogers: We Need to Pass Measure L and Fix Measure L

Jim Rogers served on the Richmond City Council from 2002 to 2014. He is also a former member of the Board of Supervisors in Contra Costa County. He is currently working as a financial planner. He spoke with Richmond Pulse about the short-term and long-term ways to solve the city’s affordable housing problem.

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Cesar Zepeda: I See Richmond As the Diamond in the Rough

Cesar Zepeda may be new to Richmond’s politics, but he’s no stranger to community organizing. The longtime Richmond resident is the president of both the Hilltop District Neighborhood Council and the Hilltop District Homeowners and Stakeholders Association. He’s a co-founder of Richmond Rainbow Pride, the city’s first known LGBT organization.

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Qué Piensan los Electores Jóvenes

Muchos jóvenes se están preparando para votar por primera vez el 8 de noviembre. Pero, ¿están los candidatos presidenciales, oficiales estatales y locales realmente abordando las cuestiones que nos interesan? Este es un resumen de algunos de los temas que los jóvenes están discutiendo en las redes sociales.

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Young Voters – What’s on Our Minds

Many young people are getting ready to vote for the first time on November 8. But are the presidential candidates, state and local officials really addressing the issues we care about? Here’s a rundown of the some of the topics young people are talking about on social media.

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