Every year, Black Voice News recognizes several individuals from the Inland Empire for their tireless efforts in building stronger communities. These individuals embody a belief of helping their fellow man, their community, and our country by giving their time, expertise and knowledge. These individuals are known as “Community Builders.”
The Black Voice News understands that without the aid of these unsung heroes, their selfless acts would bear no fruit.
Each year during The Black Voice News’ Anniversary in July, we recognize a host of spectacular individuals that are worthy of recognition.
This year’s recipients are: Arlene Jackson, Bernie Edmonds, Bishop Craig W. Johnson, Burma Lee Manns, Carl Henry, Charles McNeely, Deborah Dukes, Diane Wayne, Dwight E. Jones, Edwin Henderson, Ernest Levister, M.D., Eunice Lisburg, Gilbert Williams, Hattie King, Howana Lundy, Isaac D. Shipp, John Dukes, Joseph Bailey, M.D., Juan Lopez, Kimiko Ford, Bishop Lacey Sykes, Jr., Leon Tillman, Linda Smith, Lynda Beckley, Mark Schooley, Mary Daniels, AAL, Michael Dunn, Dr. Mildred Henry, Montrice Shabete, Nirma Usher, Nma Ohiaeri, Owusu Hodari, Pastor Joshua Beckley, Rev. Paul S. Munford, Richard Nevins, AAL, Sandra Jones, Susan Strickland, Assembly Member Wilmer Amina Carter, and Yolonda Williams.
On July 28, 2011, The Black Voice News will publish it’s 39th Anniversary edition highlighting this year’s Class of 2011 Community Builders, their accomplishments and why they are being honored.
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