Op-Ed, Daniel Zingale Big Soda spent big bucks. That's how it defeated ballot measures to create soda taxes in two California towns. In Richmond, in the Bay Area, and in El Monte,...

Leer en Español News Feature, Malcolm Marshall It’s a Monday evening in November at the CCISCO office in Richmond, and members of CLOUD, or Community Leaders Organizing Undocumented Dreamers, have come together...

Commentary,  Sonya Mann An overwhelming number of California voters, 81 percent, supported Proposition 35 (also called the CASE Act), which expands legal protections for victims of sex trafficking, and specifies harsher...

News Report, Tania Pulido Billboards for No on Measure N, the controversial soda tax that voters here rejected on Tuesday, have been a constant image over the last several months as...

COMMENTARY BY SEAN SHAVERS Editor's note: Students first names have been changed to protect them from possible repercussions from other students. As a former student in Oakland's public schools, I was shocked...

Blog, Various Authors “A vote is worth more than money” Edgardo Cervano-Soto My vote represents me. How I vote informs political power holders and institutions my interpretation of democracy and equity. Although voting...

Click here for the link to the RAW Talent Kickstarter page. Romeo Is Bleeding (working title) is a documentary about young artists inspiring change in an impoverished city. The students...

Leer en Español News Feature, Monica Quesada James Johnson, 20, is a bike mechanic. Born and raised in Richmond, Johnson has for years fixed bikes out of his own garage, all the...

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