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    By Antonio‌ ‌Ray‌ ‌Harvey ‌California‌ ‌Black‌‌ Media‌ The Ethnic Media Conference Awards and Expo took place at the Kimpton-Sawyer Hotel in downtown Sacramento on Aug. 31. The event celebrated the work of journalists, podcasters, photojournalists, and investigative reporters whose contributions have been published by media outlets serving ethnic audiences across California. The awards ceremony, sponsored by Ethnic Media Services ...
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    Free Vaccines, Free Testing Are Things Of The Past By Daniella Masterson It’s an invisible part of a summer surge. Just when you thought you could take your mask off and exhale because the pandemic is over, COVID-19 cases are rising with a new strain. And medical professionals are concerned that COVID fatigue may hinder ...
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    By Peter White A journalist and organizer, a former political prisoner and a professor of African American studies share their thoughts on how victims and communities heal from hate. Across the country acts of hate are on the rise, targeting minority and historically marginalized groups and leaving lasting scars on victims, their families, and their ...
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    By Peter Schurmann With hate crimes on the rise, speakers at the California Commission on the State of Hate forum stressed the need to bolster civil rights law and community engagement. Hate crimes and hate-related incidents are on the rise nationwide and they are growing more violent, though prosecutions remain stubbornly low. That was one ...