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    California residents can visit CAvsHate.org or call 833-8-NO-HATE to report acts of hate and receive assistance in more than 200 languages Amid ongoing reports of increased hate activity, the California Civil Rights Department (CRD) highlighted new informational materials to help connect Californians with support through California vs Hate, the state’s anti-hate hotline and resource network. CA vs Hate ...
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    Reminds Nation Resources Are Still Available Even as Nation Enters Next Phase of the Pandemic  The Conference of National Black Churches (CNBC) is calling on Americans to continue to take precautions against COVID-19 as a “Summer Surge” in cases continues to grapple the nation. Despite an end to the national public health emergency declaration earlier ...
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    Existing and aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners in San Bernardino are about to have a new resource available to help them launch and grow businesses, thanks to an innovative initiative developed by the City and California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB). The newly created Entrepreneurial Resource Center (ERC), led by CSUSB’s Inland Empire Center for ...
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    Nearly half of all individuals who reported an act of hate accepted care coordination services, including direct and ongoing support accessing legal aid or counseling  Californians can visit CAvsHate.org or call 833-8-NO-HATE for resources, to anonymously report acts of hate, and receive assistance in more than 200 languages  The California Civil Rights Department (CRD) released ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Before Chief John Gutierrez got into law enforcement 32 years ago, police chiefs had only a few things to worry about, usually involving budgets, reducing or addressing crime that looked a lot different then than it does today. The list grows longer for himself and many other police chiefs in general. Since ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Thousands will escape the grind of the past two years at an upcoming cultural appreciation celebration that will buzz a carnival atmosphere of family fun and games. Something special is planned for all ages. Organizers are calling it the first Annual San Bernardino Festival, with many more hoped to come. Rev. Bronica ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Mothers may cringe at the thought, but so many swallow their pride anyway to turn for help from every available resource, food stamps and state programs, whatever it takes to take care of the kids. Toi Nichols gets it. Always a hard worker since she was 15 years old, Nichols experienced that ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Before there were laptops, and back when there was plenty of affordable food to go around, seniors would welcome a friendly face and an old-fashioned knock at the door to see if they needed any help. Today, reaching the sick and the shut-ins with vital life-saving information can be as easy as ...
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    By Tanu Henry California Black Media As the monkeypox virus outbreak spreads across the globe, Gov. Gavin Newsom says California will need to galvanize “forces” across regions and relax some state regulations and statutes to combat a disease that poses a threat greater than local authorities may be able to respond to effectively. “California is ...
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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 ...