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NYSP in the Business of Cultivating Young Minds

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Riverside

By Vivian Smith
Freelance Writer for Black Voice


Cultivating and inspiring the minds of our youth to achieve their dreams is a challenging task, but for the National Youth Sports Program (NYSP), children are easily encouraged to achieve life long goals through physical fitness and education.

Chief Tunson sets up new MSJC Police Department

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San Jacinto

When students return to Mt. San Jacinto College in August, they will notice a new police presence on campus, including police officers in uniform and black and white squad cars, all calculated to create a safer campus environment. Although campus crime has not been a serious problem, the College has grown and developed over the years," said Richard J. Giese, MSJC president, "and we need to ensure a safe environment for our students. We are one of the last colleges of this size to implement a police department."


Graduation Special

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The Black Voice News will feature this year’s 2003 graduates in a special BVN Graduation 2003 paper.

If you want your graduate highlighted, send graduation information and a photo to:

A Brotherhood Health Fair & Forum

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Los Angeles

Last Saturday, the Brotherhood Crusade, along with Mothers in Action, the California Endowment and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services sponsored a community action forum and health fair in collaboration with L. A. Care, T.H.E. Clinic and Lewis Metropolitan CME Church, who was also the host of the affair. KJLH’s Jacquie Stephens was the moderator of the forum.

First 5 San Bernardino Supports Efforts to Protect Infants

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California state officials today launched a new phase of a major public awareness campaign in a push to increase awareness among Californians of the state’s Safely Surrendered Baby (SSB) law.

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