Video, Sean Shavers, Malcolm Marshall In the first of a series of stories, Richmond Pulse reporter Sean Shavers explores the history and impact of turf violence in Richmond, CA. Featuring Joe McCoy, Khalid Elahi, Donta Clark, D’Vondre Woodards, Andres Soto and more.
News Analysis, Taisa Grant Editor’s note: Earlier this month, the Richmond City Council voted in favor of placing an inititiative on the November ballot for a citywide tax on sugar-sweetened beverages. Responding to the proposed intitiative, Richmond Pulse reporter Taisa Grant wrote the following piece based on a report released by the Contra Costa County […]
News Report, Kia Croom Richmond voters will get a chance to weigh in on a penny-per-ounce soda tax next year. The city council directed staffers to prepare a measure for the November 2012 ballot that would impose a sales tax on “sweetened beverages.” Councilman Tom Butt said that the city council is not endorsing the […]
News Report, Sean Shavers, Posted: Dec 09, 2011 Editor’s Note: Richmond Pulse reporter Sean Shavers spoke to young people from various Bay Area neighborhoods, as well as law enforcement officials and youth workers, to gain an understanding of today’s drug trends and how they impact health at a community level. Across the San Francisco Bay Area, […]
Food Review, Richmond Pulse The best way to get fresh and nutritious food is to get it straight from the source: Right out of the ground it was grown in. Luckily for residents of Richmond, the 6th Street community gardens are free and open to everyone. Anyone can come and volunteer their time, or they […]
News Feature, Kim MacDonald On a warm, Fall evening in the Bay Area’s North Richmond scores of residents came out to the Missionary Baptist Church for the first of what organizers hope will be a series of “night walks,” calling attention to street violence and proposing a ceasefire in the city of Richmond. The event, […]
News Analysis, Danny McLane / Nancy Ybarra / Karina Guadalupe EDITOR’S NOTE: This summer, violence broke out in Richmond, California, disrupting what had been a relatively peaceful 18 months in this beleaguered East Bay city. The 13 murders committed since June 1 all took place in the Richmond flatlands, where police have attributed the shootings […]