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    By Dianne Anderson If CSUSB had supported and recruited Black students from 1985 until now at the same level as Asian and Hispanics, the Westside Action Group say the numbers would look great. Instead, the group contends that Black student recruitment on campus have not kept pace with other groups, and are now less than ...
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    by Dianne Anderson Attempts at equal education access have become a battlefield for community activists who plan to take their fight for Black students and employees to the next level in the inland empire. Members of the Westside Action Group (WAG) say they have tried to get the California State University system to address the ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Don Griggs moved through thick bureaucracies with ease, able to get the hardest to reach community the services that they deserve. Those who watched him take care of business through the decades say his true strength was his stealth-like behind the scenes action. He never had to bang tables to get the ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Excitement over this year’s graduating class is running at peak high for Cal State University San Bernardino, alongside its polar opposite around Black student enrollment, which is scraping bottom. As they say, the numbers don’t lie. For Walter Hawkins, a retired CSUSB data analyst, the dwindling numbers of Black students at the ...