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.
The smartest thing you can do is to preserve your life as much as you can, and if you got to give it up, let it be because you were trying to live.
Each year around this time, we ask young people in Richmond to tell us what they are thankful for. Here’s what they had to say.
RYSE Youth Center’s third annual film festival on October 28 showcased the works of youth filmmakers, exploring themes dealing with a range of complex issues, including social justice, gender equity and human rights.
This year marked what I’m going to account as my son, Genaro Aviel Meza’s, actual first Halloween.
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.
For those who lived in the path of the worst wildfire in California history, the past few weeks were terrifying.
I don’t believe there is a face to gun violence. You don’t have to be in a gang, on the streets, or a criminal to be a target. You could be just an innocent bystander. A bullet doesn’t know the difference.
The edge of Bay Area youth culture may be shifting to the outer suburbs, yet the infrastructure of youth centers there to support young people is threadbare.
Deciding that I wanted to become an entrepreneur is what saved my life. Before that there wasn’t anything else in the world that I would have saw myself doing other than being out in the streets.