Posts Tagged as "Richmond Pulse"

Snitching: Myth or Reality?

Jul. 15, 2012 / By
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Commentary,  Unathi Udo

“Stop Snitching” is that a slogan that is pushed by criminals on the streets and on Wall Street...

In Richmond, A Love of Soccer But Nowhere to Play

Jul. 11, 2012 / By
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Richmond Pulse/ New America Media, News Report, Monica Quesada

RICHMOND, Calif. — Angel Leon has learned how to express his feelings through soccer...

Q n A with Jovanka Beckles

Jun. 24, 2012 / By
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Jovanka Beckles is a Richmond city councilmember who also works full-time as a mental health specialist for Contra Costa County...

Richmond’s Hometown Champion Of Verse

May. 23, 2012 / By
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Q n A, Edgardo Cervano-Soto
EDITOR’S NOTE: Nyabingha McDowell, 15, began performing spoken word over a year ago with one of Richmond’s most exciting artist groups, RAW Talent...

Opinions Divided on Richmond Soda Tax

May. 7, 2012 / By
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Commentary, Iraida Santillan / Richmond Pulse

The possibility of a citywide soda tax is causing a debate among our residents...


May. 1, 2012 / By
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Celebrates Richmond Families, Focuses on Literacy and Health

Contributed by April Suwalsky

More than 1500 Richmond community members and dozens of local partner organizations came together on Sunday, April 29, in Richmond, California, for the third annual Richmond Tales Fest: An Afternoon of Family Literacy and Healthy Living.


Pioneer of Chicano Art Still Going Strong in Bay Area

Apr. 29, 2012 / By
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New America Media / Richmond Pulse, Profile, Edgardo Cervano-Soto, Posted: Apr 29, 2012

Xavier Viramontes is a nationally renowned printmaker whose prints impacted many political movements and social justice campaigns during the 1970’s...

East Bay Parks Campaign Targets Local Youth

Apr. 20, 2012 / By
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From the Richmond Pulse

News Report, Peter Schurmann

California, and the Bay Area in particular, is blessed with some truly magnificent natural treasures...

Hitting the Reset Button After Prison

Apr. 5, 2012 / By
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News Report, Donny Lumpkins, Richmond Pulse

Editor’s Note: Last October, California began implementation of AB109 and AB117, laws intended to reduce overcrowding in its state prisons...