WASHINGTON (NNPA) – For decades, Black farmers fought the United States Department of Agriculture over racial discrimination. The farmers, mostly in the south, lost crops, their farms and their homes. Some farmers grew old and died waiting for the slow hands of justice to turn in their
San Bernardino is trying to hit the reset button after bankruptcy.
Next month, Mayor Pat Morris leaves behind a document detailing ways of tackling economically mangled problems with a ten year recovery plan to get out of the hole, erase debt and rebuild a financial foundation.
Dr. Margaret Hill has spent a lifetime around hard work, striving for diversity and equality in education for kids.
At a recent luncheon, she talked about something that she missed out on during her childhood. If the opportunity had been right, or if she had time left over during her busy day, she might have been open to it.
The San Bernardino Community College District, through the Professional Development Center, an arm of the Economic Development and Corporate Training (EDCT) Division has received from the California State Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) a three year, $2.6 million dollar contract to coordinate workforce activities in collaboration
He has been called, “The Bronze Buckaroo,” “the first of the singing cowboys,” and the “last surviving member of that era.” No matter what genre Herb Jeffries aka Herbert Jeffrey is remembered for, the Bronze Buckaroo will celebrate his centennial birthday in the Town of Apple Valley where he spent time in the late thirties, forties and into the fifties.