Por Luis Cubas
Entre la gama de colores vibrantes, el tintineo de campanas sonaron mientras danzantes cerraron un círculo en el sexto anual Pow-Wow de Richmond, “Bailando por nuestra próxima generación”. El evento tuvo lugar el 20 de junio y reunió a cientos de personas, de todas las edades en el parque Wendell en Richmond.
Story and Photos by Luis Cubas
Among the vibrant array of colors, the jingling of bells rang out as dancers closed into a circle at this year’s sixth annual Richmond Pow-Wow, “Dancing for Our Next Generation.” The event took place on June 20 and brought hundreds of people, of all ages, together at Wendell Park in Richmond.
News Report • Nancy Deville
The days when homework only required lined notebook paper, a No. 2 pencil and a bulky thick textbook are long gone. Now teachers assign homework that requires Internet access.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Last week, a young, white male entered a Charleston, South Carolina Church and did the unspeakable. While a small group of African American churchgoers prayed and worshipped, Dylann Roof sat for one hour, stood up, and opened fire, killing nine people, aged 26 to 87.
Video, Ann Bassette
EDITOR”S NOTE:The Bay Area Black Journalists Association hosted “Walking the Line: Reporting on Protests and Police Response,” on April 4 at the UC Berkeley Journalism School.
The conversation featured professional journalists, citizen journalists and law enforcement officials weighing in on the recent Black Lives Matter protests in the Bay Area and the media coverage surrounding the protests.