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    By Dianne Anderson All the tinsel and twinkling lights with visions of sugarplums have big-eyed little kids hoping to nab their favorite toy, but sometimes the adults need something a little more grownup. For them, the annual Jazzy Christmas at New Hope Presbyterian Church opens next week with top performers, and don’t forget to bring ...
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    At the roundtable in Anaheim, local leaders came together to address growing hate crimes and incidents and ways to combat extremism in California As part of a statewide effort to address hate, California Attorney General Rob Bonta was joined by Anaheim Mayor Ashleigh Aitken and local leaders in Orange County for an anti-hate roundtable discussion. ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Nothing attracts community and business attention like tens of thousands in potential foot traffic. While COVID-19 put the breaks on most Black History Parades last year, Dwayne Shipp said their program pulled 13,000 out, according to the city census. This year, he expects attendees to reach about 18,000. “We have more businesses ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Ongoing roundtables in Anaheim are talking about all the big questions of recent decades, such as why Black people are profiled twice as much as whites, along with other eye-openers using simulators to glimpse why police shoot so quickly. One thing Joan Powell learned at a meeting was that officers said they ...
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    By Dianne Anderson In the past few weeks since Santa Ana Councilmember Johnathan Ryan Hernandez began calling for justice surrounding the police-involved killing of his cousin, he continues to receive a steady stream of hate and death threats in an attempt to silence his voice. He emphasized that a Brown man with a platform for ...