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Workshop helps research family history

Workshop helps research family history

By Luis Lopez, Advocate Staff
March 13, 2019

Economic policies fuel need for DACA

By Cindy Pantoja, Staff writer
October 24, 2018
Richmond resident Leo Acosta eats a taco at El Trompudo restaurant in El Sobrante on Monday

Family space brings Mexican culture

By Dylan Collier, Assistant Scene Editor
August 23, 2017
Nya-bingha Zianni (right), portraying Anabelle, looks straight ahead as she sits down after walking into her juke joint, Anabelle’s, during a scene from the 1940s North Richmond- inspired play  “Richmond Renaiss-
ance,” performed in the El Cerrito High School Performing Arts Theater on May 6.

Play counters stigmas

By Sean Austin, Advocate Staff
May 17, 2017
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Liberal arts major Troy Hearne fills West Contra Costa Unified School District sixth grade teacher Verdell Simon-Tatum’s plate during the annual all you can eat Crab Feed event in the Gymnasium on Saturday. The fundraiser encourages attendees to feast on crabs, pasta and bread.

Fundraiser unites family, friends

By Dylan Collier, Assistant Scene Editor
March 29, 2017
Losing focus on reality

Losing focus on reality

By The Advocate, Editorial Board
March 14, 2017
Authorities block the I-80 East bound freeway during a crime scene investigation of Contra Costa College alumni Demarcus Doss between Macdonald and San Pablo Avenue exits in Richmond, Calif. on Thursday.

Freeway shooting devastates family

By Efrain Valdez, Social Media Editor
March 14, 2017
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