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    By Dianne Anderson Youth at Akoma Unity Center are learning about environmental injustice, policy reform and social action the hard knocks way – it’s what they see in their water. Over the next year, they’ll learn all about water purity with the Peoples Collective for Environmental Justice (PC4EJ), the organization guiding the way toward cleaner ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Juneteenth is in full swing like never before with back-to-back local events to choose from, but organizers say it’s more than just good times and good eats. Hundreds have already registered for a June 18 event at San Bernardino Valley College, just one of numerous events popping up. Expect something for the ...
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    It was the summer of 1972 and kids who were playing Little League Baseball dreamed about making the all-star team for their respective leagues. One all-star team from the Sixth Ward on the westside of San Bernardino that was led by two hard throwing twelve year old pitchers and a head coach who would eventually ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Bringing out the basketball team brings out the fans, and let the games begin. LA Sparks NBWA members and the coach are coming to Indian Springs High School for a two hour Jr. Sparks Basketball Clinic event to help kids learn how not to lose control in life on a bad dribble. ...
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    New opportunities to put your financial health and wellness first. Financial health is the foundation of strong and resilient households, communities and economies, but understanding and managing finances continues to be a challenge for many. With the new year underway, Chase is reminding its customers that when establishing any good habits, now is also a ...
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    By Timothy Lewis Vice President Kamala Harris came to San Bernardino in an effort to promote the Biden administration’s new infrastructure bill made in the hopes of battling the recent wildfires that have plagued the western part of our nation. Vice President Harris, accompanied by Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, took to the air to ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Martin Luther King, Jr National Day of Service on-site events have canceled out as Omicron picks up speed, but local nonprofits are determined to mask and glove up for the community to honor the slain civil rights leader in all he represents. In the Inland Empire, local activist Trudy Coleman said that ...
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    The holidays are here. So are scammers. These steps can help protect your money and your information. How a simple email or text message could open you up to fraud. With the holidays in full swing, as a consumer you need to be vigilant. Scammers are ready to target you when you least expect it, ...
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    The Memorial Services for Photographer Henry Hooks are: December 15, 2021: Viewing 10AM Services 11AM Community Memorial Chapel of San Bernardino 738 E. Highland Avenue San Bernardino, CA 92404 December 16, 2021: Burial Service Riverside National Cemetery 22495 Van Buren Boulevard Riverside, CA 92518
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    By Eliz Coleman Dowdy, Staff Writer After the weekend celebration of thanksgiving, the Inland Empire awakened to the news that our famed photographer, Henry Hooks, had transitioned Friday, November 26. For over five decades, Henry Hooks showcased the African American community’s social events, weddings, proms, cotillions, and the first building of New Hope Missionary Baptist ...