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    By Dianne Anderson Murderous acts of race hate spanning generations require financial compensation to start the healing, but communities of color standing in solidarity is something money can’t buy. Hassam Ayloush said the Antisemitic flyers recently distributed in Redlands reflect a larger uptick in hate flyers against groups across southern California. But he feels part ...
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    Covered California is reaching out to African Americans and other people of color in the state who are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 virus, to urge them to enroll in health coverage through its special-enrollment period underway now through May 15 for anyone who doesn’t have health insurance. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to endanger the lives ...
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    Segerstrom Center for the Arts proudly welcomes the return of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in an exclusive Southern California engagement April 18 – 22. The Company will dance new programs that feature five works never before seen at the Center and several set to music by legends of the jazz world. The three Southern California Premieres ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Some things can make a grown man cry, like a best friend in need. Dogs — man’s best friend — are getting their second chance with the help of inmates training some fine furry friends as if their lives depend on it. In many ways, it does. Through a variety of prison ...
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    COD Football had three players sign their national letters of intent as offensive lineman Eric Kareem and Kevin Parise and wide receiver Marquis Kingery will be moving on to play at the 4-year level. In 2016, freshman offensive lineman Eric Kareem was named first team All-Mountain Conference offense. Kareem joined sophomore offensive lineman Kevin Parise ...
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    By Dianne Anderson To get into the heads of the Z Generation, today’s most challenged teens, requires more than a one size fits all approach. It takes a lot of style, something that Sigma Beta Xi has more than enough to go around. Programming got off the ground six years ago, and since then students ...
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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 ...
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    The University of Redlands men’s basketball team battled through a challenging 2016-17 season that resulted in an overall record of 8-17 and a 4-12 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) mark. With a youthful roster that showed great promise for the future, the Bulldogs struggled to close out the tight games, with more than half ...