By Ryan Hagen | Press-Enterprise PUBLISHED: January 15, 2018 at 10:25 am | UPDATED: January 15, 2018 at 1:51 pm Inland residents paused on the holiday, Monday, Jan. 15, to salute the memory and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. From San Jacinto and Murrieta to Riverside and Redlands, participants walked miles, listened to speeches and
By Paulette Brown-Hinds, PhD | The Voice Photos by the Voice December 3, 2017 Over one hundred friends and community leaders gathered to celebrate the 100th birthday of Inland Southern California icon Dr. Lulamae Clemons. I revisited an article I published after I interviewed her four years ago…she’s a remarkable woman
By Ryan Hagen Photo by Stan Lim The Press-Enterprise October 23, 2017 An enthusiastic crowd kicked off public fundraising Monday, Oct. 23, for an Inland Empire civil rights institute in Riverside. Some were men, some were women. Some were white, some were black, some were Latino and some were Asian-American.
By Ryan Hagen The Press-Enterprise Riverside is a step closer to 72 new affordable housing units, new Fair Housing Council of Riverside County offices and a Civil Rights Institute. The development, on 1.47 acres in the 3900 block of Mission Inn Avenue, is set to cost more than $35 million
By Ryan Hagen Press-Enterprise Photo by Kurt Miller RIVERSIDE – Hazel Hawkins Russell, the first African American teacher in Riverside Unified, died Friday. She was 93. Click here for full article.
By Alicia Robinson The Press-Enterprise Photo: City of Riverside Created by architects at Johnson Favaro, Riverside’s proposed new Main Library would be a two-story, 35,000-square-foot, building that would be elevated on a 30-foot pedestal to create a plaza and pedestrian walkway underneath. Click here for full article