El Día Anual Familiar de Richmond Rainbow Pride (orgullo de arco iris de Richmond) tuvo lugar temprano en el Mes de la Historia LGBT este año.
Richmond’s Annual Rainbow Pride Family Day took place on the earlier side of LGBT History Month this year. Hundreds of community members of different races, orientations, and abilities lounged, danced, and celebrated in the sun as rainbow flags waved in the breeze.
An original play written by 23-year-old Richmond resident Deandre Evans takes the audience back to what it was like to live in North Richmond in the 1940s.
Over 400 Richmond riders joined in the 23rd annual Bike To Work Day on Thursday, May 11.
The seventh annual North Richmond Green Festival and Earth Day Celebration on April 22 brought out community members for a creek clean-up, garden restoration, park festival and junior league baseball game.
Despite the rain, hundreds of kids and families gathered to participate in a spring egg hunt last Saturday at the Richmond Recreation Complex.
The Pulse asked young people what uplifting and inspirational music they are listening to right now to help them get by. Here’s what they had to say.
Richmond Promise is sponsoring a series of spring student and family workshops to help high school seniors complete their financial aid and Richmond Promise scholarship applications. The workshops are scheduled for 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. at 450 Civic Center Plaza on the following dates: March 1, 2, 7, 9 and 10.
Growing up in Richmond and realizing that it was a pretty small city, I always dreamed of stepping outside of the boundaries of my hometown. Most of the opportunities I had to travel were through school programs and scholarships. Now that I am a college graduate, I decided to fulfill my childhood dream of seeing another side of the world.
When Black History Month comes along, it’s about getting the chance to remember who we are, what has happened to us, all we’ve endured and have overcome, despite the grip of white supremacy.