Sims Thompson was one of three African-Americans honored on February 3, at the City of Richmond Community Services Department’s annual Black History Month Celebration.
For the second year in a row, women from all walks of life gathered in the streets the streets of the Bay Area and across the country for the Women’s March.
For Jarschire Dennis, launching the Black Student Union at Kennedy High School was long overdue.
Hundreds of women descended upon downtown Bakersfield Saturday, marching, chanting and sharing inspirational stories of female empowerment during Kern County’s first Women’s March.
I love Oakley for the energy and good hearts of the people who work to improve the community, and now that I’m an adult, I want to be one of them.
A recent study found that teenagers today are delaying taking on adult responsibilities, compared to teens from the 70s, 80s and 90s.
I learned my lesson, so I won’t tell 2018 to bring its worst. But, I will say, we’ve got this, y’all. It seems fruitless to say we should celebrate the upcoming year, however, we should because we are still here.
Life will be harder for you the older you get if you aren’t prepared with a defense against negativity and the commandments of the hood.
As technology advances so do the types of problems associated with it. A new study is showing how social media affords kids and teens a new form of self-harm: digital self-harm.
Richmond Pulse sat down with Leslie Ayala to talk about why she loves playing sports and how she balances her athletic commitments with her academics. It’s not always easy.