Posts Tagged as "Richmond Pulse"

Finding Innovation, Inspiration and Hope in Washington, D.C.

May. 17, 2013 / By
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Editor’s note: Last month, Richmond Pulse contributor Yasmine Elsafy traveled to Washington, D.C., as a member of a youth delegation sponsored by The California Endowment, a private health foundation...

Protestors Target Excessive Phone Rates for Immigrant Detainees

May. 15, 2013 / By
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Richmond Pulse/New America Media, News Report, Peter Schurmann and Donny Lumpkins

RICHMOND, Calif. – At the West County Detention Facility, inmates can pay upwards of $20 for a five-minute phone call to friends, relatives or lawyers...

Bike To Work Day 2013

May. 13, 2013 / By







Photo Essay • Richmond Health and Environment

On Thursday, May 9th, nearly 400 Richmond riders joined the entire East Bay for the 19th annual Bike To Work Day...

Berkeley Fourth-Graders Determined to Bring Classmate Back Home

May. 8, 2013 / By


Ed Note: On January 10, 2013 nine-year-old Rodrigo Guzman was detained along with his family by Immigration and Customs Enformcement (ICE) along the Texas-Mexico border...

Richmond Tales Fest Promotes Literacy

May. 1, 2013 / By

News Report • Malcolm Marshall

Civic Center Plaza provided a beautiful backdrop for the fourth annual Richmond Tales Fest on Saturday, April 20...

Rick Ross Lyric Shows Rape Isn’t Taken Seriously

Apr. 19, 2013 / By

By Karina Guadalupe

Put Molly all in the champagne. She ain’t even know it. I took her home and I enjoy that...

Chevron Disaster Still Being Felt By Residents

Apr. 12, 2013 / By


RP Editors

On April 5 a public meeting called by State Senators Loni Hancock and Mark DeSaulnier took place at the Richmond Memorial Civic Center to review what caused the Chevron fire and explosion last August...

How Should Academic Success Be Measured?

Mar. 28, 2013 / By


News Analysis • Antoinette Evens

Public schools in California will no longer be ranked strictly by student performance on standardized test scores but by a number of other factors such as student readiness for college and the workplace, and other criteria that are yet to be determined by the State of California...

I Refuse To Be a Robot: The B-Word Isn’t Fly

Mar. 20, 2013 / By

From the Richmond Pulse

by Asani Shakur

The “b-word” is so commonly used today, that it’s not really perceived as a bad word anymore...

Policy News of the Month The Battles Begin: Video Games, Voting, and Dreamers

Mar. 8, 2013 / By


From the Richmond Pulse

Policy News of the Month

Don’t like people talking about you behind your back?..

Q&A: Police Chief Chris Magnus

Mar. 2, 2013 / By

EDITOR’S NOTE: In this first installment of what we hope will be an ongoing series of interviews with the Richmond Police Department, The Pulse sat down with Chief Chris Magnus to discuss issues ranging from immigration enforcement to gun control policy to the Christopher Dorner incident...

RAW Talent Adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet” Succeeds, On Many Levels

Feb. 13, 2013 / By

Play Review • Edgardo Cervano-Soto

 Walking into the theater at El Cerrito High School for RAW Talent’s new stage play, one automatically sensed there were two parallel stories taking place...