Some people are looking to gain something for their own benefit, with no consideration for anyone else. They have no sympathy, or empathy for others. This can work to dissolve the community.
Students at San Leandro High School met with career professionals on Friday, April 17 during the 11th annual Career Day, sponsored by the San Leandro African American Business Council (SLAABC).
Ready, set, go! The race begins for you to achieve what it is that you desire for your life. You are presented with many opportunities throughout life. It is up to you to take [...]
By Todd Groves For each of the last eight years, Dr. Bruce Harter, superintendent of the West Contra Costa Unified School District, has been evaluated by the Board of Education and his performance has been [...]
The jailing of eight Black Atlanta educators is an outrage matched only by the racist tests they were forced to give and the racist conditions in which many of their students are forced to live.
By Brenda McCuistion Two police officers, Officer Savannah Stewart and Officer Virgil Thomas accompanied Richmond Police Activities League (RPAL) to travel on the FIRST Southern California College Campus Tour with mentorship program participants.
What is it that you do everyday that makes you happy? Think about it. Every day, you wake up and you step outside for a new day that is full of multiple opportunities. The [...]
Students at Malcolm X Elementary School in Berkeley are gaining some important life lessons, learning the elements of getting their hands dirty in a garden and then producing healthy food.
We all go through different situations. Some predicaments can cause stress; some can become a stepping-stone towards success. But, we all must express ourselves. Life is always better when it is filled with happiness [...]
Richmond Writes! Poetry Contest winners have been selected! The contest, conceived of by the Richmond Arts & Culture Commission (RACC) as a way to celebrate National Poetry Month, is in its fifth year.