Articles by Yasmine Jumaa
The University of Richmond’s “Does Democracy Work?” series hosted Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney for a lecture on voter suppression yesterday.
The Chesterfield County School Board met yesterday with members of the county’s Legislative Delegation to discuss goals and recommendations for the upcoming General Assembly session.
With the shared interest of enhancing Richmond’s tree canopy, the City’s Urban Forestry Collaborative launched its first project over the weekend 11/17/18).
The Virginia Senate Republican Caucus has announced that healthcare reform will be the focal point of their legislative agenda for the 2019 General Assembly session.
With Matt Whitaker’s appointment as Acting Attorney General, Richmonders joined hundreds across the country last night (11/8/18), in nationwide demonstrations to advocate for the protection of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
Last night (10/30/18), thousands of people attended a vigil at the Weinstein Jewish Community Center in Richmond, to honor the victims of last weekend’s deadly shooting at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue.
Today (10/29/18), Richmond held a launch event for it’s latest Community Partnership and Engagement initiative, “RVACounts2020”, which aims to ensure that everyone in Richmond is counted during the 2020 U.S. Census.
MEDARVA is painting the city streets with “Clean Graffiti.” The Richmond-based healthcare provider aims to educate people about the harmful impacts of labeling children.