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    The ninth annual Cal State San Bernardino Coyote Cares Day saw about 350 students, alumni, staff and faculty volunteers participate in helping the community’s underserved and needy, which this year was done over a two-day period, Friday, Feb. 18, and Saturday, Feb. 19. On the first day, the volunteers, which included CSUSB President Tomás D. ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Ongoing roundtables in Anaheim are talking about all the big questions of recent decades, such as why Black people are profiled twice as much as whites, along with other eye-openers using simulators to glimpse why police shoot so quickly. One thing Joan Powell learned at a meeting was that officers said they ...
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    The Home of Neighborly Service lived up to its name recently hosting an event providing clothing, toys and other services for children and families in the community. The Community Family Funday was an event that was needed during these difficult times, and was welcomed by all those in attendance. The Family Funday served approximately 275 ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Some old school elbow-grease with a little commitment of time could be enough to reboot one of the city’s all-time favorites — the Black Culture Foundation’s historic parade the way it rolled back in the day. Troy Ingram remembers how it brimmed with activity, a vibrant expo and annual revival of community ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Jasmine Foster, 14, is out of her shell. The bubbly, enthusiastic high school freshman is now all grown up, having emerged from painfully shy middle school years when she didn’t want to talk to anyone, and had no friends. She attributes the Diva and Fabulous program to her growth during the hard ...