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Hardy L. Brown

Lessons From The Jackson Case

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There is so much to write about this week but due to limited space o­ne has to choose. We have the Governor’s $80 million dollar special election, the United States Senate passing a resolution apologizing for not passing the anti-lynching bill, the City of San Bernardino putting forth a plan to beautify downtown, San Bernardino City Unified School District’s audit showing their failure in almost every area under the sun, the education community drawing a line in the sand against the Governor, the SCLC Summit in Riverside, the failing retirement fund scandal in the works, the Iraq War and, of course, the “Not Guilty” verdict cited by the jury in the Michael Jackson molestation case.

Call Governor Schwarzenegger About His Budget Proposal

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Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is finding out that the road is rough in Sacramento as he tries to accomplish the job he signed on to do when elected. One of the realizations by anyone who tries to run the public agenda like they run their private business or household is -- it’s not easy.

Hate Crimes: Race or Color Still Matters

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On April 26 and May 5th, I wrote “Living in the Inland Empire Might be Dangerous to Your Health if you are Black” and “Sending Signals of Racism.” I was o­nce again reminded of those facts when I read The Press-Enterprise column by Cassie MacDuff entitled: “A Racist Place,” where she quoted from a report by National Public Radio saying, “The Inland Empire is a hotbed for racism.”

James Irvine Foundation, Stop Wasting Our Time

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The staff of the James Irvine Foundation of San Francisco rode into Riverside and San Bernardino Counties over a year ago and invited some community members to a dinner at the Historic Mission Inn.

Sam Crowe for Mayor

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On June 7, 2005 the citizens of o­ntario will go to the polls and cast a vote for the leadership of the city in the position of mayor. This is a special election because the position was vacated when Gary Ovitt became a Supervisor for the County of San Bernardino.


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