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.
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.
Hundreds of women descended upon downtown Bakersfield Saturday, marching, chanting and sharing inspirational stories of female empowerment during Kern County’s first Women’s March.
For black mothers who are single there are no trophies made to honor their bearing.
Richmond Pulse sat down with Leslie Ayala to talk about why she loves playing sports and how she balances her athletic commitments with her academics. It’s not always easy.
There’s a new face on the Richmond City Council. Last month the council unanimously selected Ada Recinos to fill the seat vacated by Gayle McLaughlin.
High school can be hard enough without trying to figure out how to talk to a girl. So here are a few tips on what to do and what not to do when flirting with a girl, whether it’s in person or through text.
First-time homeowner Elora Henderson of Richmond was forced from her home when a fire at an abandoned house spread to her home and another home next door.
Two of Richmond’s most popular politicians have their sights set on the California State Capitol. Vice Mayor Jovanka Beckles is running for California Assembly and former councilmember Gayle McLaughlin is running for Lieutenant Governor. But can these two progressive candidates win outside of Richmond?