As one of the first Laotian refugees to arrive in Richmond, Torm Normpraseurt reflects on two decades of community building and activism.
In this episode of “Tale of Two Cities”, we explore the different ways we look at tracks and borders — the boundaries that separate us, bring us together, or control our movement.
Hilltop Mall is in limbo, suspended somewhere between the bustling commercial and social center it once was and the vision of what it could become.
Richmond resident Renée Terrell has been creating a massive photo collage on her kitchen wall since 2006, documenting five generations of family members, friends and acquaintances.
The Contra Costa board of supervisors voted unanimously last week fast-track $1,000,000 for Stand Together CoCo, a program establishing the first rapid-response legal aid program for its estimated 65,000 unauthorized immigrants.
The Contra Costa Board of Supervisors votes tomorrow on the Stand Together CoCo Initiative–a project which if passed will provide undocumented residents of Contra Costa with legal aid, a 24/7 advisory line for legal questions and education on immigration enforcement.