Almost every seat in the Nevin Community Center auditorium was filled with concerned residents and city officials as people recounted their reactions to the black cloud of smoke from the fire last month at Sims Metal Management scrap yard in Richmond.
As a young, first-generation Black man born and raised in Oakland, the new Marvel comic movie Black Panther showed — and clarified — both sides of my life and culture.
Daud Abdullah runs Treasure Box Academy, a project that he hopes will help beautify the city, one trash can at a time
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.
The determined faces of Black historical figures sit at the entrance of the Multicultural Children’s Bookstore in the newly re-named Shops at Hilltop mall in Richmond. The display of books is a part of an initiative by the store operator Tamara Shiloh to promote the idea that “Black history can and should be taught all year.”
About 60 parents from various ethnic backgrounds, with children in schools around Richmond, recently gathered to celebrate local parents’ commitment to making schools better and their role as community leaders.
California wage earners welcoming a new child to the family or caring for a seriously ill relative this year can expect increased support from the state’s Paid Family Leave Program.
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.
The Richmond Community Services Department will host its annual Black History Celebration from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3, at the Richmond Memorial Auditorium, 403 Civic Center Plaza.
For Jarschire Dennis, launching the Black Student Union at Kennedy High School was long overdue.