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    By Dianne Anderson Motherhood requires maximum attention, energy and education, but mostly, it’s about keeping the baby alive. Black moms are doing double duty in that department. As a Registered Nurse in cardiac stepdown unit, Shamiesha Ebhotemen works the space between ICU and regular floor where every day is a tough workday. But, she feels ...
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    Senator Connie M. Leyva (D-Chino) announced that she has selected Cal Poly Pomona President Dr. Soraya M. Coley as the 2022 “Woman of the Year” for the 20th State Senate District. Serving as the first female president of the of the university, Pomona resident Dr. Coley has distinguished herself as a strong advocate for students ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Black businesses everywhere are barely hanging on through the volatile economy, but those that have managed to push through the hard times know how and where to get help, but probably more importantly, know how to give some back. This month, Southern California Black Chamber of Commerce, Inland Cities East Chapter honors ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Not everybody is fit to sit on all city commissions or boards, but almost anybody can do a little something to change their community, like showing up to voice concerns and keeping a closer watch on what the movers and shakes are up to lately. Some could attend city council meetings, or ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Probably the most motivating reason for starting Parenting for Liberation came out of Trina Greene Brown’s own realization about how she was raising her son, and how the tight reins could do more harm than good. The more she saw all the murders of Black boys, the more fearful she became and ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Once more, every participant that graduated from the Council of African American Parents program is going off to attend some of the state’s top colleges and four-year universities, proving that even the worst pandemic year couldn’t stop progress. Ingrid Johnson said they continue to teach students how to succeed, and also parents ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Everything going on lately is enough to make a grown man cry, which is something that Marty Sellers specifically looks for when connecting with his clients. The chaos and confusion of the past four years have left many in the community emotionally spent, now the one year anniversary of the George Floyd ...
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    The Precinct Reporter recently observed 54 years of continuous publication. It is quite a milestone for a newspaper dedicated to telling the story of the Black community and keeping it informed about available resources and issues of the day. However, the Precinct Reporter may not exist much longer! The media landscape has changed dramatically, actually ...
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    Cornel West, a prominent social critic, author, academic, political activist whose area of focus is the role of race, gender and class in America and author of 20 books, will speak at Cal State San Bernardino on Jan. 25. “An Evening with Dr. Cornel West” will feature the social critic talking about education, advocacy, social ...