News Feature, Chanelle Ignant
At a Friday night basketball game in late November, Richmond High School’s boys basketball coach, Robert Collins, paced the sidelines, yelling instructions to his team.
With less than 30 seconds left, and only a two-point lead over the Mount Diablo Devils, Collins had one command for his team.
“Don’t foul […]Continue Reading →
by Monet Boyd
I always wanted to travel the world, and this summer I got the chance.
It was my junior year at El Cerrito High School, and a friend nominated me for an ambassador position with Global Glimpse—a non-profit that provides life-changing global education to high school students. Global Glimpse partners with high […]Continue Reading →
Review , Sonya Mann
When my little white Corolla starts rattling under the hood, I take it to Narasaki Automotive and Marine, off of Marina Way South in Richmond.
After I step into the small office to hand over my keys, I always say hello to Sparky. He’s the big shaggy dog who spends his […]Continue Reading →
Interview, Malcolm Marshall
Editor’s Note: Richmond Progressive Alliance Campaign Coordinator and one time Mayoral candidate, Mike Parker spoke to Richmond Pulse’s Malcolm Marshall about the recent election, working with Mayor-elect Tom Butt and training new leaders in Richmond.
Richmond Pulse: RPA lost in the 2012 election but came back strong this year. What was the […]Continue Reading →
Commentary, Asani Shakur
Recently, I came across some of the rhetoric that has taken place in the Richmond City Council.
I saw on Youtube that Councilwoman Jovanka Beckles was chastised and made a mockery of for wearing an African head wrap at one of the city council meetings. What bothered my heart was that […]Continue Reading →
Story and Video • Edgardo Cervano-Soto
Manuel Martinez thought his future would follow the life of his father. When he was 17, he thought he’d work in construction after high school. Despite living in Richmond since the age of one, Martinez didn’t think he had many options because of his undocumented status.
Farther north, […]Continue Reading →
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