The sounds of drums, bass and laughter brought Richmond resident into the sun. And the positive energy at the eighth annual North Richmond Music Festival compelled people to stick around.
North Richmond native Donté Clark, 23, is an actor, rapper and spoken word artist who stars in the documentary film “Romeo is Bleeding,”(executive produced by Russell Simmons) which will be released on DVD and video on demand August 1.
Ten edible gardens in Richmond competed for the top spot at the second annual Richmond Urban Garden Contest on July 15.
Young people talk about their personal faith and what they believe in.
Richmond resident Andres Archila, 17, says he has a new perspective on policing. Archila was one of 25 graduates honored last week at the first-ever graduation ceremony of the Community Safety Academy, an eight-week program led by the Richmond Police Department.
Hundreds of Kern County residents filled Maya Theater on May 11 in Downtown Bakersfield to watch a screening of the eye-opening documentary “13th,” a film that looks at the racial inequalities that have existed for centuries in our nation’s prison system.
Black women put more into the United States than they get back, according to a recent report released by the Institute for Women’s Policy Researc
A social media image sparked a national conversation earlier this year with the claim that there had been a spike in black girls going missing from Washington, D.C. The claim turned out to be untrue. But it led to a real conversation in the media about the prevalence of human trafficking, specifically sex trafficking, in communities across the country.
The question now: how to go beyond sentencing reform and do the work of making communities safer and the families within them stronger.
We cannot accept what Trump is trying to do to America. We have to stand up for what we believe in and fight for our values for as long as it takes.