Profile, Pendarvis Harshaw
In 2008, Reinaldi Gilder promised himself that he would never go back to jail. Since his release in December of that year, he’s not only managed to keep his word, he has also shown others that they can do the same.
“Being on probation [is] kind of like being Black in the [...]Continue Reading →
Commentary, David Cunningham, New America Media
Ed. Note: In June, youth advocates testified before a hearing of the Senate Public Safety Committee in Sacramento in support of AB 1006, which would require court and probation officers to inform youth offenders of how to seal their records upun turning 18. The bill is currently awaiting approval [...]Continue Reading →
News Feature • Anna Challet
This article was updated by Pulse editors on June 7, 2013 after it was discovered that the criminal charges reported in the original article were incorrect. The author of this article was unaware of the actual charges at the time of publication.
LaVon Carter was still a teenager when he [...]Continue Reading →
Story and Video, Valerie Klinker | New America Media
Right before her high school graduation, Danielle Dokes heard the news. Her dad was being released from prison. She thought her father would get to see her graduate.
But he never showed up.
Danielle, an 18-year-old resident of Richmond, Calif., has seen her father [...]Continue Reading →
Written and compiled by “Malik”
SAN QUENTIN, Calif. — Since 2006, the men of the Richmond Project – a group of inmates from Richmond who are now incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison – have been striving from behind these walls to be a part of the solution to the problems plaguing their city; problems [...]Continue Reading →
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