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    By Dianne Anderson Nonprofits and businesses will brainstorm new ways to move the system, review data that can draw down more funding and resources for the community, and build political power. Assemblymember Corey Jackson is spearheading the full breakout at the upcoming inaugural gathering of the State of Black IE Symposium with sessions on social ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Job seekers will break out their stylish power suits to check thousands of work opportunities around town – from the lowest entry level positions to the highest professional careers. Everyone is invited out, shake a hand, and hopefully, get the offer. Dr. Nosakhere Thomas with the Inland Empire Black Worker Center sees ...
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    By Timothy Lewis April 28th was National Super Hero Day, and a very super day it was for participants at the SBX: Youth and Family Services Unity Day celebration, as political activist and Black Panther Party cofounder Bobby Seale attended the meeting via Zoom. Based in Moreno Valley, SBX: Youth and Family Services provides aid ...
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    Rep. Mark Takano (D-Calif.) has announced Elton Johnson, Jr., a Lieutenant Colonel in the Infantry Branch in the U.S. Army Retired Reserves and resident of Moreno Valley, as his guest to the State of the Union. “I am honored to have a constituent and proud veteran, Elton Johnson, Jr., join me as my guest to ...
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    By Dennis J. Freeman Two-times NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard has arrived back home where he started his basketball roots. After leading the Toronto Raptors to their first NBA title, Leonard, who starred at Canyon Springs High School (Moreno Valley) and Martin Luther King High School in Riverside during his prep days, is now an ...
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    By Dianne Anderson It’s the real stuff of what SyFy used to be made of – strange names like the Ztorg Trojan, phishing, ransomware attacks and viruses that monitor keyboards stroke by stroke. Credit card or other sensitive data can be easily hacked through third-party remote access. It can sneak in with just a string ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Stranger things haven’t happened. It’s not every day that a Black man takes over a neo-Nazi organization, along with the added bonus – a deed to 40 acres of land gifted from a deceased white supremacist. Rev. James Stern of Moreno Valley is the official leader of the nation’s largest hate group, ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Cracking open the bubbly is all part of the fun this time a year, and for some, any excuse to imbibe is better than none. Everything glitters, and the trees are lit. The party has been going strong for the past month. It’s also a vulnerable time of year for those struggling ...
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    Music Changing Lives (MCL), a leading after school program in the field of music and art enrichment is celebrating its 20th anniversary of serving children throughout the inland empire. MCL’s programs are offered at the Redlands Community Center and on five school campuses in Moreno Valley with a core focus of reducing dropout rates and providing a safe and ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Leroy Holt has seen the highs of the Moreno Valley way back when it was considered the second coming of Orange County, and he stuck it out through the 2009 economic plunge when homeowners lost $100,000 or more off their property values. It was an absolute rough patch after the economic crisis. ...