We’re off for the summer — see you in September!
on May 13, 2016
Richmond Confidential is a project of the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, and now that it’s summer, our students are on break to work internships at other publications. We’ll be back to train a new class of student reporters in early September. If you like what we do at Richmond Confidential, please consider donating to our Hyperlocal News Fund. You can learn more about us here.
If you’ve found us over the summer, here are a few highlights from the coverage done by the 2015-16 Richmond Confidential news crew:
Listen to all 7 episodes of our new Tales of Two Cities podcast on SoundCloud! (We’ll continue the series in the fall once our new students have received their audio training.)
Young Richmond artist to offer free classes through grant by Angelica Casas.
With laws changing, tiny homes may have a big effect on housing by Sam-Omar Hall.
Baseball film reflects relationship between East Bay and Cuba by Erika Alvero.
East Bay businesses and politicians react to new state minimum wage law by Matt Beagle and Serla Rusli.
Bay Area Rescue Mission helps local people get back on their feet by Agatha Kareere.
Former Doctors Medical Center in contract to become a hotel by Paayal Zaveri.
County implements Laura’s Law for treatment of the mentally ill by Isara Krieger.
Richmond Public Library helps adults complete their high school diplomas by Isara Krieger.
County supervisors approve task force to confront criminal justice racial disparities by Matt Beagle.
Five men, one town, four decades of art by Angelica Casas and Katherine Wei.
City, school district aim to provide free wi-fi to central Richmond by Paayal Zaveri.
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