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 →
News Report, Anna Challet | New America Media
Past experiences of childhood trauma are common among California adults, and those experiences correlate with harmful behaviors and chronic disease at a level that constitutes a “public health crisis,” according to a new study.
The report by the Center for Youth Wellness (CYW), a health […]Continue Reading →
By Tania Pulido
Rodney Frazier Jr. was 16 years-old, a teenager from North Richmond who loved basketball, his motorcycle, family and volunteering. On Fri., Nov. 7, his life was taken when he was shot dead in his front yard while trying to go home.
I had the gift of working with Rodney this year, […]Continue Reading →
Interview, Malcolm Marshall
Editor’s Note: Richmond Progressive Alliance Campaign Coordinator and one time Mayoral candidate, Mike Parker spoke to Richmond Pulse reporter 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 […]Continue Reading →
Story and Photos by Chanelle Ignant
Lenora Walker grew up playing basketball near Martin Luther King Park in Richmond. But when the Martin Luther King Community Center closed a few years ago, the park’s run down outdoor courts became her only option.
“All we had left were the courts here that had cracks [and] 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 →
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