Seeking to engage young people in a conversation about gun violence, its impacts and possible solutions, the Save Life Youth Summit will be held Saturday, May 16 from noon to 5 p.m. at the Laney [...]
YMCA of the East Bay, at its Hilltop location in Richmond on Sunday, April 26 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., will celebrate Healthy Kids Day with a community fair and health festival while debuting Hilltop’s new [...]
Sixty three percent of young people will have sex before they graduate high school, and 95 percent will have sex before they are married. For young people to make healthy discussions about sex, we need [...]
Hack the Hood is expanding its program to five new locations this year to bring a unique tech training model where low-income youth of color learn technology skills by building websites for small businesses during [...]
Forty Richmond Police Activities League (RPAL) students have completed a five-week mentoring program on etiquette facilitated by Tina Hayes, owner of “The School of Etiquette and Decorum.”
This is the 13th year of Youth Ag Day, hosted by the Solano County Fair Association. Youth Ag Day is still in need of support. Scheduled for Tuesday, March 17, Youth Ag Day offers a [...]
Ten year old Chrystian Barrera stands in front of a mirror mounted next to a speedbag. Turning his head left to right, he assesses his new mohawk and approves it with a smile. Across the [...]
In advance of six games in the Bay Area, two stars of the world famous Harlem Globetrotters and youth with disabilities played wheelchair basketball Wednesday afternoon at Edna Brewer Middle School in Oakland.
By Joi Smith, Laney College student In my community, it is hard to make friends, but losing them is easy. I look out for those I love and care about, but in my inconsistency, [...]
Iola James, president of the Patrons of the Arts and Humanities, donated $500 to the Oakland East Bay Symphony Youth Orchestra on opening night Friday, Nov. 7.