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    By Dianne Anderson If nothing else, maybe a chance to win that 50 inch TV or a free fridge or bikes might bring out the throngs of the Westside to yet another blockbuster pastoral party, but more than likely they would have come out anyway. Reginald Young, the administrative pastor for Pastors United, said their ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Finally, some good news. Accolades are soon in store for this year’s honorees of the San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation distinguished Black Rose Awards. On Friday, September 8, the annual event will be held at the National Orange Show, Renaissance Room located at 689 So. E Street in San Bernardino. Social hour ...
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    “In|Dignity,” a new curatorial project that aims to provide a safe environment for exploring and exploding intolerance that will go on display at Cal State San Bernardino’s Museum of Anthropology in January, has received a $20,000 grant. The Mervyn M. Dymally African American Political and Economic Institute at Cal State Dominguez Hills announced the grant award in late July ...
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    With a food handler permit and a radiant smile, Indian Springs High School student Asante Thompson-Lake eagerly serves lunch to dozens of children at Jones Elementary School. But 19-year-old Asante did much more than ensure children received nutritious meals this summer.  In the process, he’s learned valuable job skills that will help him land a ...