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Hardy L. Brown

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.

“Army of None?”

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The Black Voice News is joining with parents in our comunity telling their boys and girls not to sign up for the military at this time. There are many reasons but for starters: Blacks do not believe that this war with Iraq is a just war. They see too many contradictions o­n why we went to war.

Signals of Racism Being Sent

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The real outward signs of racism have long faded from “Jim Crow” signs displayed in public places, but the remnants are still lingering in pockets of our community. Some people would like to talk about it, while others want to say it is not real and therefore should be ignored. I want to review two situations that let me know that racism is a topic that America needs to come to grips with in order to remove the “band-aid” so that real healing can begin.

The political season is beginning in the IE

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The political season is beginning to send up smoke signals prior to starting fires after the filing dates have passed. In Riverside, we have start up receptions by Frank Schiavone who is currently o­n the Riverside city council and seeking re-election. A newcomer to challenging Schiavone is Debra Freeman.

Living in San Bernardino can be Dangerous to your Health if you are Black

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On the side of every pack of cigarettes is the warning “Smoking by pregnant women may result in fatal injury premature birth and low birth weight” in other words  “smoking cigarettes could be dangerous to your health”. This warning came about because of public protest with the argument that a disproportionate number of people who smoke had lung cancer, heart disease, and other cigarette related disease. They did not tell people they had to quit smoking o­nly that it was bad for their health. Through their advocacy,  special programs have been implemented to reduce the impact of our youth.

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