A Spoken Word Theater Piece by Richmond Youth,
March 7th & 8th at De Anza High School Theater

“Po’Boys Kitchen” is a spoken word theater piece written, directed, and produced by Richmond youth. The central character of this show is the corner store itself, a Black-owned, family business in the heart of Richmond [...]

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Interview by Peter Schurmann, Video by Jacob Simas | New America Media

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Ed. Note: In September former secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano took over as president of the University of California, the first-ever woman to hold that position. She now heads a $24 billion system of 10 campuses, five medical centers [...]

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News Report,  Chanelle Ignant

Every Thursday at the West County First 5 center in Richmond, a group of ten to twelve moms gathers to discuss the issues that matter most to them. The group, Kahawia Uzazi, which in Swahili language means “brown parenting,” is a space where African-American mothers can share their experiences. Many come [...]

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Editor’s Note: Below is a transcribed excerpt from the October 26th broadcast of Street Soldiers, a live call-in radio show that airs every Sunday night on KMEL 106.1fm. The topic of discussion was California’s new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), which gives school districts more of a say in determining how their state education dollars [...]

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Comentario, Edgardo Cervano-Soto

Fue en 1987 cuando mi mamá, papá y dos hermanas mayores se mudaron de su apartamento en la South Van Ness y la calle 22 en el distrito de la Misión de San Francisco. El alquiler se había vuelto demasiado caro, a pesar de que mi papá tenía dos trabajos a tiempo [...]

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