Black women put more into the United States than they get back, according to a recent report released by the Institute for Women’s Policy Researc
A social media image sparked a national conversation earlier this year with the claim that there had been a spike in black girls going missing from Washington, D.C. The claim turned out to be untrue. But it led to a real conversation in the media about the prevalence of human trafficking, specifically sex trafficking, in communities across the country.
The question now: how to go beyond sentencing reform and do the work of making communities safer and the families within them stronger.
We cannot accept what Trump is trying to do to America. We have to stand up for what we believe in and fight for our values for as long as it takes.
The beautiful thing about falling down is getting back up.
I live in Contra Costa County where our sheriff is proposing a “mental health” jail expansion. If the Sheriff were sincere about his intentions, instead of spending state and county money on a jail expansion that will only repeat past failures, he’d follow the lead of Pima County in Arizona.
A public hearing on the possible closure of the Nevin Post Office is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 31 at the Richmond City Council Chambers, 440 Civic Center Plaza.
If you have yet to visit Point Isabel Regional Shoreline in Richmond, it is a sight to see. Point Isabel, a 23-acre dog park with an additional 20 acres right alongside a stunning view of the San Francisco Bay Area, is the one of the largest off-leash dog parks in the United States.
Two Texas men were sentenced in the 2016 attack on Maan Singh Khalsa in Richmond.