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    By Dianne Anderson Inflation or recession, no matter what they call it, everyone is feeling the pinch, but some more than others. Legislators, community-based organizations and philanthropists will all come together in a symposium this month to identify exactly what is keeping the low income community from getting services, and how to fix it. The ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Volunteers by the hundreds are boxing up goodies by the thousands as food agencies across San Bernardino County race against the time to prepare for their biggest feast of the season. This time of year gets intense. In a twist on traditional Thanksgiving offerings, the community can come out, pick up some ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Dr. April Clay and a colleague recently got a taste of what local Black parents go through on a daily basis. Walking into one school district office, they were mistaken as parents and received less than a warm welcome, until they identified themselves as consultants on site to attend a planned meeting. ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Different modes of celebration this month will keep Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy alive beyond the holiday, the street festivals, and twirling of batons — although that too holds its place in history. Bishop Kelvin Simmons, acting president of the Inland Empire Concerned African American Churches, said MLK’s legacy continues in ...