Replete with Corruption? Then, It’s Time for Change…

It is a good thing we were taught as children not to throw stones because no matter where you’d aim in the inland region you are bound to hit a corrupt politician.  This week the stones landed in the City of Palm Springs. It has taken well over two years as charges...

It Is Time to Tell OUR Story

Dr. Enrique G. Murillo Jr., Graciela Torres, Kareem Gongora | Contributors The Editorial Board of the Southern California News Group (SCNG) published a scathing and biased op-ed on August 8th regarding the model for ethnic studies. We not only strongly disagree, but...

Closing the I.E. Gap in Registaered Nurses

San BernardinoLast fall a 2017 Survey of Nurse Employers found that many Chief Nursing Officers are having trouble recruiting registered nurses for specialized positions and more than 85 percent of hospitals reported their demand for registered nurses (RN)...

Talking to Kids About Gun Violence

Gilroy, El Paso, Dayton, Sandy Hook. Aurora. San Bernardino. Orlando. Las Vegas, Parkland. Pittsburgh. At schools, movie theaters, bars, concerts, festivals, stores, churches.  Riverside, August 12, 2019 a wild and brazen gun battle on the CA 215 freeway left a young...

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ACROBATIC MATHEMATICAL THINKING (6)

A powerful Creative and Critical Thinking exercise is to first learn shapes of the Pyramid, Square, Trapezius, Trapezoid, Rectangle, Triangle, Circle, Octagon, Ellipse, Lunette; study which are Cosmic and/or and human-made; and determine what are indications for using...

MATHEMATICS OF AFRICAN TRADITION FOR BLACK YOUTH (5)

Patterns, Shapes, and Forms are fundamental tools to help one see and give meaning to Real, Surreal, and Unreal Things. These contribute to understanding and the explaining of Principles (unchanging realities), Events (changing realities), Settings, Situations, and...

***AFRICAN UBUNTU IS SPIRITUAL “ME/WE” (1)

“ME/WE” is an: "All for One, One for all" concept of African Zulus, called Ubuntu. The Nguni Bantu define it as connection of all “Humanity”—meaning its “Sameness” creation is the Cosmic Force. They translate it as: “I am because we are”; or “Humanity towards others”...

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