It’s an early Thursday morning and a slow trickle of clients are coming through the doors of A Friendly Manor, a center for homeless women in West Oakland. The sign-up sheet for showers that day...
Welcome back to the Tales of Two Cities podcast. This week is all about the ladies—stories of women doing incredible things in their communities.
More than 30 local organizations and hundreds of residents and city leaders will gather in Lovonya DeJean Middle School’s multipurpose room Saturday for the event, titled “Sisters in Solidarity: Richmond the Beloved Community.”
We've selected an important story from each month of 2010. Take a look and drop us a comment about what you think is in store for next year.
What is Richmond's greatest resource? Its deep water bay? Its status as home to one of the nation's largest oil refineries? Its history as a WWII hub of manufacturing? How about its women?
More than 200 women, and a handful of children and men, gathered at Dejean Middle School Saturday to celebrate their progress - and their future.