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Keeping it Real: Selected as a Transformational Leader, SBCUSD New Sup Attacked Without Cause

S. E. Williams | Dozens of citizens from across the county joined educators and education leaders from around the state in a rousing demonstration of support for newly appointed  San Bernardino Superintendent of Schools Harry “Doc” Ervin at Tuesday’s meeting of the San Bernardino City School District Board of Education. The turnout was a strong […]

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Black Biz Owners Push for Equal Access to Trillions in Upcoming Fed Spending

Antonio‌ ‌Ray‌ ‌Harvey‌ ‌|‌ ‌California‌ ‌Black‌ ‌Media‌ Black-owned businesses in California and around the country are closely watching as Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi decides when she has enough support from the congressional Democratic caucus to call a vote on the $1.2 trillion bipartisan federal infrastructure spending bill. Dubbed the “American Jobs Plan” by […]

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Newsom’s COVID Vaccine Mandate for K thru 12 Students–Warranted, Mandated, but Not Imminent

S. E. Williams | In a bold move certain to spark controversy among the state’s anti-vaxxers, many conservatives, and parents who remain vaccine hesitant, Governor Gavin Newsom announced Friday, California will be the first state in the nation to mandate COVID-19 vaccine requirements for all students in both public and private schools. Newsom took this […]

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From Selma to San Bernardino: Attorney Charles Bonner, Peaceful Warrior for Civil Rights

Gail Fry | Civil Rights Attorney Charles Bonner is one of the attorneys who successfully represented former San Bernardino County Department of Family and Children’s Services (SBC-DFCS) Social Worker and whistleblower, Eric Bahra, in his lawsuit against the county. As recently reported by the IE Voice and Black Voice News, Bahra fought back against retaliation […]

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Human Trafficking Suspects Arrested in San Bernardino, Minor Rescued

Drew Naté | A report released earlier this year showed California led the nation in human trafficking cases in 2019. Traffickers target California, according to the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s office, because it is popular border state with the world’s fifth-largest economy Human Trafficking is defined by the United Nations as “the recruitment, transportation, […]