Thousands of mostly African American renters seen passing out recently under the brutal Atlanta sun for Section 8 voucher applications shows the lengths people will go for the thought of winning affordable housing, even if hitting the lottery is years away.
In San Bernardino, the waiting list for vouchers remains
Written by: Precinct Reporter Group
SB Housing Authority Scholarship
The Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino (HACSB) awarded 15 hard working students with a scholarship to help them pay for their college expenses, in an effort to help students succeed. Over 60 applications were received from residents throughout the County.
BLU Educational Foundation’s college access program, the College Exodus Project, awarded over $100,000 in renewable scholarships to 18 students from the Inland Empire last month. This was all made possible by a grant from the College Access Foundation.
Ever bold, white supremacists are starting to come out of the wormwood, bringing with them all of the divisiveness they can get away with to reverse the healing of a nation that was hoped for when President Obama took office.
Lately, the problem isn't just relegated to a growing faction of hate mongering Tea Partiers, but another scourge of society is slipping into our own backyards.
For the second time around, white supremacists are making their message clear in Rialto. Earlier this year they threw
BACA VOTES TO SAVE JOBS OF TEACHERS, NURSES, FIRST RESPONDERS
Congressman Joe Baca (D-Rialto) voted to save and create almost 320,000 jobs – including saving the jobs of 160,000 teachers nationwide, and preventing the layoffs of tens of thousands of police officers, firefighters, and nurses. The House reconvened this week to take up this emergency aid to help states keep teachers in