by Chanelle Ignant
At the California Nonprofit Technology Festival, or simply Tech Fest, hosted at the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Richmond, there were no power point presentations or keynote speakers.
Instead, the participants were at the helm, setting the agenda and leading nearly every discussion.
The two-day festival — hosted [...]Continue Reading →
Event, Peter Schurmann | New America Media
When Libier Gonzalez first arrived to the United States from Mexico three years ago, her family could not afford Internet access at home. A mother of three, she says not having Internet impacted everything from her ability to find work to her children’s education.
Then, about a year [...]Continue Reading →
News Report, Ngoc Nguyen
New America Media
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, federal legislation that was signed into law in 1964 to preserve America’s wild spaces. Through that landmark conservation law, 100 million acres of wilderness have been set aside for the public to enjoy.
The U.S. Forest [...]Continue Reading →
Food Review, Luis Cubas
Located on 23rd street, Philadelphia Hoagie Station, otherwise known as simply Phila Burger, is one of the hidden gems that the City of Richmond has to offer. When I was in [...]Continue Reading →
News Report, Ngoc Nguyen | New America Media
SAN FRANCISCO — Californians rank the drought as their number one environmental concern, according to a new statewide survey. The poll by the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) found three out of four residents favor mandatory curbs on water use.
“They want the local district [...]Continue Reading →
By Asani Shakur
Last month marked the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, an act that made it illegal to discriminate based on race, color, religion sex or national origin in the United States. Bay Area leaders came together on June 18th at Beebe Memorial Cathedral Church in Oakland to celebrate and commemorate [...]Continue Reading →
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