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    By Dianne Anderson Kids with the 100 Black Men of the Inland Empire are drilling down on some of the toughest issues of the day, and keeping up with constitutional wrangling to rival some of the most popular political pundits. They can spot the many twists and turns of the democratic process that, at times, ...
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    During this final week of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. encourages all men to learn the facts and take preventative measures annually. As a public service and part of the 100s ongoing programmatic initiatives, the organization’s long history of health advocacy includes building awareness, screening, giving follow up referrals and providing ongoing ...
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    Voter Empowerment Workshops By Dianne Anderson When it comes to politics, the most important thing to Damon Alexander is location, location, location. And, by location, he means keeping politics local. He feels that all politics has the biggest impact at the community level, even as voters often look to the national front. “Our gas tax ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Consuming the 100 Black Men of the Inland Empire mentors in recent weeks has been getting the boys ready for their premiere production, a Black History Showcase last Saturday at Cal Baptist University. Keith Willis, incoming 100 BMIE president, said that he and the other volunteer mentors were taking late night calls ...
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    By Dianne Anderson High energy steppers, the glitz and twirl of batons and live entertainment will once more draw thousands to line the streets of Long Beach at the 30th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Peace and Unity Parade. There, the 100 Black Men of Long Beach are ready to march lockstep with local festivities, ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Robotics and coding for the boys in the 100 Black Men in Long Beach programming have been a futuristic vision for Howard Perry for a long time coming. Through a recent collaboration with a local educational non-profit, some of their programs came to life, giving rad robots, technology and engineering a new ...
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    By Dianne Anderson To get into the heads of the Z Generation, today’s most challenged teens, requires more than a one size fits all approach. It takes a lot of style, something that Sigma Beta Xi has more than enough to go around. Programming got off the ground six years ago, and since then students ...