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    By Dianne Anderson Long Beach kids are learning how to use their innate multitasking abilities to expand on something else they naturally have in play. One of the first things that Everett Glenn always tells students in his program is that making it to the top of their sports dreams might be a one in ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Creating the highly anticipated short film “Back in Black” has been an exhilarating moonwalk for 17-year-old Ariel Wiley, which are some of the best 11 minutes of his youthful life. Still, don’t expect a spoiler alert. What aspiring filmmaker Ariel Wiley will say of his regional award-winning tribute film is that it ...
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    By Dianne Anderson The old-fashioned power of the word of mouth has helped Darleana McHenry grow her foundational learning approach to reach many students of color over the years. Her program now reaches about 150 students with tutoring, mentoring and after-school help. “Parents telling parents have kept me going now for five years, but I ...
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    By Eliz Dowdy, Staff Writer When the Millionaire Mind Kids first started in the living room of Delores Williams for her grandkids in 2005, she never envisioned where it would be twelve years later.  Williams inherited her two grandchildren when they were two and four years of age. She was working full time in Information ...
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    By Eliz Coleman Dowdy, Staff Writer When Afarah Board retired from thirty years at Southern California Edison three years ago, she simply changed hats and shoes. She has taught Leadership and Business at Cal Baptist University, and started two small businesses, one a consulting firm and the other a nonprofit youth-development organization known by the ...