There is a national narrative emerging that points to a country ready and willing to embrace its diversity, and it’s coming from an unlikely place.
Richmond High School’s yearly trip to Washington, D.C. is in need of a big fundraising effort from the community.
Richmond native William Haynes, 23, is the host of the YouTube comedy news show, “People Be Like.” Haynes is an actor, comedian, writer, rapper and video producer
Most of the kids I grew up with and went to school with are dead, doing life in prison or in gangs. I feel really blessed to be alive and accomplishing my goal of going to college. For a while, I wasn’t sure if I was going to make it.
When we look back 2016, many of us wonder how we survived. The year challenged us to take a deeper look at ourselves and where we are headed as a country.
North Richmond kids are using art to express themselves through a mural program sponsored by the Richmond Art Center.
Young people in Richmond are continuing to play football, despite overwhelming evidence that it can cause changes in their brains.
November 8 came as a shock with Donald Trump’s win as president-elect of the United States.
About half (50 percent) of eligible young people between 18 and 29 voted in this year’s election, according to exit polls. Richmond Pulse talked to the other half. Here’s what they had to say.
Marching with people who wanted to be equal to the person next to them in the world’s eyes was powerful. There were people from all different backgrounds, nationalities, genders and interests. They were not protesting just because Trump won. They were protesting the fear, injustice and hate that have belittled us more than we have been in years.