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    by Dianne Anderson Trump Make American Great Again supporters were out full force last month in Yorba Linda where they closed in on the car of one of the members of the Urban Organizers Coalition as she fled for safety. During the Caravan 4 Justice anti-racism rally, available footage shows Trump’s side protesters converged on ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Those who may have never dreamed of voting before are now going out of their way to find a local drop box, or heading down to the Registrar of Voters office to get their ballots deposited extra early, and safely. Until the last minute voters can get help at www.iwillvote.com. The state ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Apparently, voters are not slacking off as drop boxes have sprung up across the nation and are getting a lot of action. As of Tuesday, over nine million early votes have already been cast. By now, everyone should have their ballot with pre-printed barcode, ready to walk it into their County Registrar ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Parts of Orange County have turned from red to purple, and many more are becoming a deeper shade of blue. Dr. DeVera Heard, longtime educator and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc Orange County, said the politics this election is too big for any single organization to handle. For that reason, ...
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    By Dianne Anderson When it comes down to what’s good for the Black community and the function of the ministry in lifting up the people, Rev. Frank Jackson says it’s important not to forget about the money. At times, he takes flack for his strong focus on wealth acquisition and preservation, but without it, he ...
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    Myrlene Pierre has been selected as the new assistant superintendent of Student Services for the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, County Superintendent Ted Alejandre announced. “We are excited that Myrlene, who has extensive experience as an educator for three decades in public education, will be joining our organization,” Alejandre said. “She has been a ...
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    By Dianne Anderson More money coming in the second phase of the Paycheck Protection Program, the PPP, begs the bigger question of how can Black and Brown people get some of the OPM – Other People’s Money. Robert “Bobby Mac” McDonald, president and executive director of the Black Chamber of Commerce of Orange County for ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Gregory Scott with the Orange County Community Action Partnership is out scouring some of the harder to reach areas to make sure that nonprofits and community agencies like his own are fully prepared to meet what’s coming down the pike. Getting a true census headcount will enable him to continue to do ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Virtual hugs and emoji hearts, skip the feet five and no more elbow bumps. These are strange days, but physical distancing and social isolation isn’t the only thing that concerns Melanie Grant, a lifetime member of NCNW, Inc., Orange County Section. Having lived in Orange County for years, she is seeing and ...
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    We Need Your Help Stater Bros. Markets has always believed in doing the right thing for the right reason.  Please be assured we are committed to keeping all of our stores open as long as each location can provide a safe shopping experience for our employees and customers. Now the Company is asking for help ...