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Publisher Cheryl Brown scores a major upset
November 7, 2012
Publisher, Cheryl Brown, Assemblywoman-elect    She went against the grain and scored an upset victory against a candidate who had the backing of the Inland establishment.   Publisher Cheryl Brown is a respected community voice for over 30 years; ... read more »
Cheryl Brown runs for historic 47th Assembly Seat
November 1, 2012
Cheryl Brown has been a fighter her entire life.  Her family has lived in and published Black Voice News in Riverside, California for the past 32 years.  ... read more »
San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Chair Endorses Assembly Candidate Cheryl Brown
September 23, 2011
San Bernardino, Ca – In her run for the newly-created 47th Assembly District, long-time local business owner and community leader Cheryl Brown has received support from Josie Gonzales, ... read more »
Legacy of Oliver Brown Saluted on His 100th Birthday
August 16, 2018
1954 Brown vs. Board of Education suit ended segregation in U.S. schools ... read more »
Linda Brown, the central figure of the Brown v. Board of Education case, dies at age 76
March 27, 2018
As a girl in Kansas, Linda Brown's father tried to enroll her in an all-white school in Topeka. He and several black families were turned away, sparking the Brown v. Board of Education case that challenged segregation in public schools. ... read more »
Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson and Joe Busciano Urge Gov. Jerry Brown to Fully Fund Prop. 47
March 9, 2016
In a unanimous vote led by Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson on March 1, the city council voted to urge Gov. Jerry Brown and state lawmakers in Sacramento to fully fund Prop 47, the Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Fund (SNSF) in this year’s state June budget. ... read more »
Assemblymember Brown Holds Breaking the Glass Ceiling Awards
May 3, 2013
Assemblymember Cheryl R. Brown and Mrs. Lisha Smith    Assemblymember Cheryl R. Brown and Councilwoman Darcy McNaboe   Assemblymember Cheryl R. Brown and  Milele Robertson on behalf of her mother Deborah Robertson   Assemblymember Cheryl R. ... read more »
Meet The (Dysfunctional) Browns: Tyler Perry’s wacky yet loveable family
March 20, 2008
Meet the Browns Tyler Perry’s wacky yet loveable family Sandra Varner, Celebrity Profiles There’s no denying that playwright and filmmaker Tyler Perry knows his audience and sets out to whet their fancy yet again with his latest feature film, ... read more »
California’s New “Master Plan” for Aging Keeps an Eye on Equity
January 21, 2021
The Master Plan for Aging includes five overall goals to reach by 2030 ... read more »
Remembering Walter Scott Hawkins, Data Researcher, Scholar and Black Students Advocate
December 3, 2020
Walter Scott Hawkins was a California State University San Bernardino (CSUSB) administrator for 33 years where he was a champion of providing minority students the tools they needed to succeed academically. Hawkins passed away on Nov. 18. He was 72 years old. ... read more »
Black with a Capital “B”: Mainstream Media Join Black Press in Uppercasing Race
June 18, 2020
That move puts the publication with the largest circulation in California in line with the way the majority of the Black Press in California and around the country have referred to African Americans for decades since they retired “Negro,” beginning in the 1960s to the early 1970s.  ... read more »
Back to Love, Family and Safety — The Old-Fashioned Way
April 9, 2020
Brown is now a commissioner on the California Commission on Aging. She also serves on Gov. Newsom’s Master Plan for the Aging Stakeholder Advisory Committee. Brown says each person in her group, which includes several local ministers, calls at least five elderly people every day to check on them. ... read more »
Black News Channel In ‘The Red Zone’ Ready for Launch
December 12, 2019
The channel is the endeavor of the network's visionaries and co-founders, chairman J.C. Watts, Jr. and CEO Bob Brillante. ... read more »
Opinion: Dear Hollywood, Wise Up On Aging
November 22, 2019
Does Hollywood lead or follow when it comes to important social causes? Judging by recent concerns - of equality, equity and diversity - it mostly follows. The bottom line, that is: the money, the box office, the ratings. Which is only fair since entertainment is business, after all, not charity. ... read more »
Gov. Sets Up Advisory Team on Aging as Golden State Population Grows Grayer
September 27, 2019
After Carl Maryland retired in 2009, he started playing for a team in the Sacramento Golden Seniors Softball Club league. ... read more »

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