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Part 1 – Searching for Accountability

Every day across the inland region, approximately  two thousand Riverside and San Bernardino County residents seek justice through the courts, whether defending themselves from alleged crime(s), righting a civil wrong, probating an estate, deciding placement of an at-risk child, or assigning a guardian for a dependent adult or minor, in addition to a myriad of […]

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Black Voice News Reporters and Staff Recognized for Excellence by California News Publishers Association

S. E. Williams Over the course of two weeks, the California News Publishers Association (CNPA) announced the 2022 California Journalist Award winners. Once again, Black Voice News has much to celebrate.  Although this year’s entries were down slightly from last year, the competition remained extremely competitive with more than 2,800 entries from print, digital and […]

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Empowered for the Future: Fontana High School Students Grasp Prestigious Scholarships

Asante-Ra  Fontana High School (FoHi) is proudly sending off three exceptional scholars to prestigious universities across the United States. These bright minds: Jasmin Hurtado-Mendez, Josue Arias-Ramirez, and David Munoz-Padilla, have earned remarkable scholarships that will enable them to pursue their dreams and carve a path towards their desired careers.  Jasmin Hurtado-Mendez For Hurtado-Mendez, the news […]

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UCR’s PRIME Cohort Prepares Medical Students to Support Healthcare Needs of African, Black and Caribbean Communities

Breanna Reeves During a recent end-of-the-year mixer, scholars from the first inaugural Program in Medical Education (PRIME) class at the University of Riverside, California (UCR), welcomed the new class of PRIME scholars as they prepare to begin their second year as medical students. “We got to meet the next incoming PRIME students, and that was […]