News Report, Tania Pulido///Video, Tania Pulido, Min Lee RICHMOND, Ca — On March 22, 2011, a group of community artists, civil rights advocates, educators and young people assembled at Richmond City Hall for a council meeting to discuss the issue of freedom of expression, and specifically, to weigh in on the question: Is graffiti […]
Video, Malcolm Marshall EDITOR’S NOTE: This Passover and Holy Week, faith communities and interfaith organizations came together for a vigil at the West Contra Costa County Detention Facility to shine a light on the suffering of immigrants detained there who have been torn away from their families and await deportation proceedings.
Story, Donny Lumpkins//Video, Malcolm Marshall, Donny Lumpkins RICHMOND, Calif. — It’s raining in the Iron Triangle. A skinny white pit bull, with no collar or tags, is running down the block. The dog’s thick muscles flex in the rain, as he slowly jogs by. Sniffing the ground, perhaps looking for food or somewhere warm to […]
News Report, Iraida Santillan // Video, Iraida Santillan, Min Lee On Saturday, March 5th community leaders celebrated the grand re-opening of the Nevin Community Center, located at 598 Nevin Avenue in Central Richmond. The community center did not have a lot of programs for the community, which is one of the main reasons for the […]
News Report, Tania Pulido In a time of turmoil around the world, the sense of sisterhood is essential to the struggle faced by oppressed people. When I grew up in Richmond, the idea of sisterhood was almost non-existent – something only shared within certain ethnic groups. Once, a girl come up to me and pulled […]