Fighting the Disease of Violence in Richmond

Nov. 30, 2011 / By

The 3-day Alive & Free Prescription Training works to change beliefs, attitudes, values and actions that promote violence. It led by Dr. Joseph Marshall, host of 106 KMEL Street Soldiers.

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Richmond Pulse

Richmond Pulse

What makes the RICHMOND PULSE different from other news organizations is that it is community based, youth-led, and with a focus on any issue that affects the health of the overall community. Young people will be trained in the craft of multimedia reporting, effectively becoming the eyes and ears of their community and bringing their stories to a wider audience through the web as well as a local newspaper that will be distributed widely throughout the city of Richmond, and beyond.