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Hardy L. Brown

Don’t Sign Petitions: They Could be Dangerous to Your Political and Economic Health

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Some of you will be faced with a petition being shoved in your hands to sign in order to get a state proposition or charter change on the ballot for this November.

Blacks Dis- proportion ately Represented in CDC

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According to a first quarter 2004 report issued by the California Department of Corrections, there are 300,415 offenders under their jurisdiction at a cost of $5.7 billion to taxpayers.

Help Save our Youth and Communities

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Almost on a daily occurrence all over the Inland Empire we get reports of some student incident that involve racial assault, rape, bodily assault or firearms with the threat of use.

Penman Has A “Keeping Blacks & Browns” in Their Place Mentality

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The change in the San Bernardino City Charter proposed by City Attorney Jim Penman, must be viewed with jaundiced eyes by Black Americans living in the city.

One Step Forward and Two Steps Back

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A lot of political activities have taken place in San Bernardino in the past few weeks and I’m not talking about Tuesday’s primary election. I’m referring to the recent appointments of Clifford Young as Supervisor and Robert Percy as San Bernardino Community College Trustee replacing Beverly Powell who resigned because of personal reasons.

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