2020 Election Wins

Congratulations to Kenya Gibson, Stephanie Rizzi, and Shonda Harris-Muhammed on running principled, progressive, grassroots, and victorious campaigns for School Board. We’re proud of you and every RFA candidate that stepped up to run for office and make Richmond better.

Richmond For All Candidates Believe…

Richmond Public Schools (RPS) students deserve high quality public education and community schools that serve as neighborhood hubs, anchored by the stability of career educators, with an emphasis on civics, critical thinking and cultural diversity. RFA candidates support more funding for RPS, better communication with parents, and union collective bargaining …

All Hands October

With election day only a month away, Richmond For All’s elections committee is launching All Hands October, encouraging all RFA members to join our safe canvassing efforts. Please contact RFAmonthofaction@gmail.com if you would like to sign up.

People First Fish Fry

Richmond For All was proud to be invited by Justice & Reformation to participate in the People First Fish Fry, collaborating with The Defenders, Santos, Richmond Action Alliance and others to hold the event at Marcus-David Peters Circle so the public could have an opportunity to hear from progressive candidates …

Ask an Organizer Q&A: Panel with the Richmond Tenants Union

Can’t make rent this month? You’re not alone, so many of us are in the same boat. Join Richmond for All, Richmond Tenants Union, and local housing organizer, Omari Al-Qadaffi for a LIVE Q+A. Community leaders will share background on the history of rent strikes, information about your rights as a tenant, and updates on organizing throughout the city.


It is Time To Strike.

On Monday five members of Richmond City Council took an essential step toward honoring democratic process and public governance by recommending council strike the ordinances tied to Dominion Energy’s coliseum redevelopment project. This recommendation comes after over 14 months of negotiation, debate, and public meetings. There have been two public mobilizations to …