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    By Dianne Anderson Black students at Cal State University Fullerton looking for more free money, otherwise known as college scholarships, can submit their applications starting now to tap $1,500 – maybe more through the university’s several partnerships to help pay for their education. Recruiting events are calling Black students to meet the application deadline of ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Critical race theory in school curriculum stirs up resistance everywhere, and that’s where Trina Greene Brown comes in with Parenting for Liberation, teaching Black parents how to teach their children what traditional schools won’t touch. Her nonprofit offers support and tools to recover from the historic trauma of exclusion. Parents come together ...
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    By Dianne Anderson One old anti-affirmative action loophole made it possible for 16 Black students to access scholarships this year, a workaround to the long-term negative impact that is still being felt decades later in low-income communities of color. Most likely, the Cal State University Fullerton students who received their $1,500 scholarships this year were ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Back when Tammy Tumbling created the African American Alliance Fund on Juneteenth of 2020, she came out of pocket with the first $25,000 donation that has since set the tone for something big. It seemed that good people wanted to support the cause, they just didn’t know how to get started. At ...