Archive for August 2016

SBVC to Host Official Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for New Athletics Complex


The 108,000 square foot complex is now the biggest building on SBVC’s campus. The new complex is surrounded by drought-tolerant landscaping, walkways, seating areas and a pond. SAN BERNARDINO, CA (August 18, 2016) – The newest and biggest building on San Bernardino Valley College’s campus has just been completed! The massive, 3-story Kinesiology & Athletics…

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Donald Trump’s appeal for Black votes

Trump: “What do you have to lose by trying something new”? African Americans should be wary about supporting Donald Trump for any public office because he does not have our best interest at heart. Public service means service to everyone you are elected to serve. In the case of Trump his constituency would be broken…

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PHEN’s 12th Annual African American Prostate Cancer – Disparity Summit to take place September 15-16, 2016, on Capitol Hill and Washington Convention Center

(Boston, MA)—August 15, 2016—The Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) will host its Twelfth Annual “African American Prostate Cancer Disparity Summit,” on Thursday, September 15th, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., at the United States Capitol Visitors Center, (Room HVC 201AB) and on Friday, September 16th, at the Washington Convention Center (801 MT. Vernon Place NW,…

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47th AD Youth Academy Members Visit State Capitol

SAN BERNARDINO – Assemblymember Cheryl R. Brown (D-San Bernardino), in partnership with Wells Fargo, sponsored the 47th Assembly District Youth Academy’s trip to Sacramento on Monday, August 8. The Youth Academy, comprised of local high school students, are working together to finalize a bill proposal for next year’s legislative session. “The goal of the trip…

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Hillary Clinton Looks to Build African American Base with Top Staffers

Marlon Marshall, who serves as director of state campaigns and political engagement for Clinton, is as seasoned as any individual in any political camp

As the presidential candidates sprint towards the November 8 election, the Clinton campaign has turned to seasoned, Black political strategists to boost voter turnout in the African American community. Last month, the Clinton campaign hired Nadia Garnett to lead strategic efforts as the African-American Vote Director. “We have a theory,” Garnett said. “You have to…

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