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Members of Youth Spirit Artworks stand beside their new mural, 'Visions of Mother Nature.' (Photo courtesy Youth Spirit Artworks/ Facebook).

Street Spirit Newspaper Secures New Partner, Seeks Community Support After losing its 22-year funding source, Street Spirit will operate under Youth Spirit Artworks

There are few media outlets that exist purely to support and raise the voices of the homeless community.   “Street Spirit,” a newspaper serving the Bay Area’s homeless, breaks mainstream media trends by reporting on [...]
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Diversity in California State Senate Matters

Forty Members currently serve in the California State Senate, and only two Senators are African-American. Both African-American State Senators are from Southern California.   The question is: does diversity still matter in 2016?

Ultra Light Rail Transit is Disruptive Technology

Special to the Post   The politics of CyberTran International’s Inc. (CTI) Ultra Light Rail Transit (ULRT) system is thick.   “We don’t have engineering problems, our problems are political” said CTI President Dexter Vizinau. [...]

CyberTran Means Transit, Housing and Jobs for Richmond

  Special to the Post   The Richmond City Council voted unanimously in 2011 to explore a public-private partnership city transit technology startup company CyberTran International, Inc. (CTI), seeking to incorporate a Ultra Light Rail [...]

Grants Available for Summer Family Reading Celebrations

In partnership with the Hellman Foundation and the Thomas J. Long Foundation, the Richmond Community Foundation is offering grants for Summer Family Reading Celebrations that support the West Contra Costa Literacy Coalition’s comprehensive plan to [...]