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    By Dianne Anderson Cash is always king, but policies in the works could jumpstart reparations for Black Californians without breaking the bank. Earlier this year, the State Legislative Analyst’s Office projected a $38 billion budget deficit, meaning money is tight, and direct compensation is not likely, at least for now. But Kristin Nimmers said other ...
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    By Dianne Anderson A swirl of Black History Month events has the community mapping out back-to-back itineraries, whether cerebral considerations, or entertainment, rest and relaxation. Last week, Crafton Hills campus kicked off the month with stories and experiences around Black resistance, which for Dr. Willie Blackmon, usually means resilience, grit and endurance. But Blackmon shines ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Two job openings and a plethora of choices for all unemployed Americans sound like great odds for everyone, except for the historically last hired and first fired. The latest data still needs to be disaggregated, but as far as Dr. Nosakhere Thomas can see, his center’s pre-apprentices were dealing with greater challenges ...