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By Dianne Anderson Decades of hard statistics show how little things have changed for Black men with prostate cancer, and it’s still mind-blowing for Cornelious “CJ” ...

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    By Dianne Anderson Decades of hard statistics show how little things have changed for Black men with prostate cancer, and it’s still mind-blowing for Cornelious “CJ” Page Jr., who tries to hit the community with the truth. He hopes for a shock effect. But changing people’s minds about taking their health into their own hands, ...
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    The Long Beach Section National Council of Negro Women held their 38th Annual Spring Celebration and Awards Program “Women of Excellence-Celebrating HerStory,” on June 8, at the Grand Event Center in Long Beach. Dr. Corliss Bennett president of NCNW Los Angeles Section served as mistress of ceremonies. The event celebrated the National Council of Negro ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Local students are stepping up their professional game in the last year of college, upleveling with a foot in the door of good paying city careers to future proof a hot jobs market. Whether a senior at Cal State Dominguez Hills, Long Beach State, or a second year with at least 30 ...
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    The Black and Brown Opportunities for Profit (BBOP) Center, held its inaugural Fast Pitch Competition aimed at investing in Black and Brown women entrepreneurs. Twenty-eight applicants submitted their fast pitch videos, with the hopes of being selected as one of twelve finalists to pitch their businesses for grand prize investments of $3,000, $5,000, and $10,000 ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Kids and teens will have lots to do this summer – for some, it’s all about fun, and for others, it’s more money. Fresh out of high school, teens without a plan and unsure which way to turn, whether a minimum wage delivery driver or warehousing, might want to consider a $33,000 ...
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    by Dianne Anderson If the community didn’t have enough to talk about at last year’s Juneteenth – this year should provide more than enough conversation to cover the latest threats to freedom and democracy. Across the Inland Empire, Orange County, and Long Beach, celebrations are honoring Black history by preserving the culture, and defending the ...
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