“We don’t see Latinos, we don’t see Blacks, we definitely don’t see women and trans women as part of the imagery that’s promoting PrEP, so of course they’re not going to think it’s for them,” says Terrance Wilder of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
Even as families recover from the fires, the emotional recovery is just beginning. Many people are left with shock, disbelief, grief, fear, a sense of hyper vigilance or “survivor’s guilt.” In Sonoma County, our routines are altered, and we are all in shock from this unexpected event. We are grieving on all different levels.
Less famous but no less impressive as a narrator of local history is Andres Soto. Every few months, he conducts a “Toxics and Resilience Tour” of Richmond.
Nicholl Park became an environmental awareness hub during the third annual Richmond Our Power Festival on August 12.
The organization Fresh Approach is offering free nutrition classes in Richmond that teach residents recipes for making yummy, healthy and affordable foods.
With Republicans still bent on doing President Trump’s bidding and overhauling the U.S. health care system, Californians should do everything to fight back.
President Trump has repeatedly said he hopes Obamacare will soon collapse–and many in California fear it could still implode–especially for vulnerable people.
SB 562, also known as the Healthy California Act, is a bill that would ensure healthcare for all Californians through a single-payer system. This seems to be the ultimate answer to not only me, but to all the other Californians who rely on Medi-Cal and Medicare.
Ten edible gardens in Richmond competed for the top spot at the second annual Richmond Urban Garden Contest on July 15.
Amid the scoreboard coverage of the GOP health bill, historians remind us of how the unique U.S. system became such an insurance-based mess.