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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 ...
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    The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) today issued an urgent national call for support for all people, who are being impacted by the devastating flood waters from Hurricane Harvey in Texas, especially now in Houston. In addition to the many thousands of Texas and other Gulf area residents living in uncertainty and crisis as a ...
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    “In|Dignity,” a new curatorial project that aims to provide a safe environment for exploring and exploding intolerance that will go on display at Cal State San Bernardino’s Museum of Anthropology in January, has received a $20,000 grant. The Mervyn M. Dymally African American Political and Economic Institute at Cal State Dominguez Hills announced the grant award in late July ...
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    A new mental health urgent care center has opened in Perris and its doors will remain open around the clock to offer voluntary mental health support to people in crisis. Riverside University Health System—Behavioral Health has engaged the Telecare Perris-Mental Health Urgent Program to provide the community-based mental health and recovery services. Steve Steinberg, director ...
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    With a food handler permit and a radiant smile, Indian Springs High School student Asante Thompson-Lake eagerly serves lunch to dozens of children at Jones Elementary School. But 19-year-old Asante did much more than ensure children received nutritious meals this summer.  In the process, he’s learned valuable job skills that will help him land a ...
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    By Lauren Poteat NNPA Newswire As Derrick Johnson assumes the role of interim president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), leaders of the nation’s oldest Black civil rights organization say that young people must come first. Youth-led civil rights groups like Color of Change, Black Youth Project 100 and Dream ...
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    The University of Redlands men’s basketball team battled through a challenging 2016-17 season that resulted in an overall record of 8-17 and a 4-12 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) mark. With a youthful roster that showed great promise for the future, the Bulldogs struggled to close out the tight games, with more than half ...