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    On April 12, a significant collaboration between the San Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD), California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB), and the County of San Bernardino was formalized to combat student hunger. The collaboration is designed to expedite the qualification process for CalFresh, a critical federal aid program that provides monthly assistance for low-income individuals ...
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    by Barbara Smith Art has the power to shape perspectives, ignite conversations, and inspire meaningful change. As hate crimes in our state continue to rise, a gathering of talented, committed artists convened at San Bernardino Valley College last week to present a “Stand Against Hate” concert that not only entertained but encouraged dialogue and community ...
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    “The Wiz”, a spin-off of L. Frank Baum’s classic “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” kicked off in San Bernardino Valley College’s (SBVC) Auditorium on November 16 to a sold-out show, and will continue its run through November 19. The Wiz, written by William F. Brown, and music and lyrics by Charlie Smalls, follows Dorothy Gale ...
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    By Dianne Anderson A different kind of soul food event will smash lots of old school memories this month while potentially helping feed thousands of local families just in time before the holidays rush in. In the mix, The Magical Music of Motown Hunger Relief Benefit Concert will appeal to every generation with superhits that ...
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    Over the weekend, a number of Juneteenth events were held throughout the Inland Empire. Events honoring Juneteenth were held in Palm Springs, Victorville, Riverside and San Bernardino. The Southern California Black Chamber of Commerce was involved with the Juneteenth events in Palm Springs, Victorville and the event hosted at San Bernardino Valley College in collaboration ...
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    In commemoration of Juneteenth, the San Bernardino Juneteenth Committee is hosting its second annual Juneteenth Celebration: A Celebration of Freedom; Stomp the Yard Edition,” on Saturday, June 17, at San Bernardino Valley College. San Bernardino Valley College is located at 701 N. Mt. Vernon Ave in San Bernardino. The event will be held from 10 ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Anyone who can work a set of pruning shears, pull up weeds or just water the plants can sink their teeth into free organic fruits and veggies come harvest time at the new Sisters We Community Gardening Projects now pushing up to full bloom. Volunteers who till the land will get a ...
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    By Dianne Anderson A swirl of Black History Month events has the community mapping out back-to-back itineraries, whether cerebral considerations, or entertainment, rest and relaxation. Last week, Crafton Hills campus kicked off the month with stories and experiences around Black resistance, which for Dr. Willie Blackmon, usually means resilience, grit and endurance. But Blackmon shines ...
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    They Danced all Day!  The SBVC Arts and Humanities Department presented their first Day of Dance on Saturday, December 17th, 2022 from 8am to 5pm. It was a successful free event offered to intermediate to advanced dance students living in the Inland Empire.  Students from Arroyo Valley High School, San Bernardino Valley College, Chaffey College ...
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    By Dianne Anderson San Bernardino Valley College Campus Center is set to proudly live up to its new name at an upcoming building dedication ceremony to the late Mrs. Lois Carson, a tireless advocate remembered for her lifelong commitment to the community, to students and education. Mrs. Carson was also the first person of color ...