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Grice Speaks to SB NAACP

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Frances Grice, a longtime community activist, businesswoman and successful member of the community, was the guest speaker for the standing room only crowd at the San Bernardino Branch NAACP's monthly meeting.

Grice, a life member and keeper of the organization's history, spoke of her experience and of the history of the branch. She spoke about past presidents, about the integration lawsuit against the San Bernardino Unified School District and about her quest to find Black electrical contractors for a project she is currently working on.

Pictured: (Left to right) Julius Hemingway, Ed Corley, Walter Jarman, Cheryl Brown and Frances Grice.

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