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    By Lauren Poteat NNPA Washington Correspondent When esteemed civil and women’s rights activist, Dorothy Height, finally departed from the National Council of Negro Women—a place she had made her fortress for over 50 years, many people wondered what would become of the iconic organization, that once helped spearhead the original Million Man March. On Nov. ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Help for local grassroots nonprofits to spread the love through community outreach may be harder to access in the Inland Empire than in other places, but it’s not impossible. For the past three decades, the Children’s Fund has been helping county departments and nonprofits with extra resources in areas of social and ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Scant philanthropic dollars that trickled down to minority-led nonprofits statewide before the 2008 economic downturn seems to look better in hindsight. If foundation dollars were tight back then in San Bernardino County, it’s worse now. “Statistics in foundation funding specifically for the Inland Empire is three percent now in the region, not ...