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We have to do something. Charged with speaking out for the first ward drivers see traveling east on the Freeway toward San Bernardino, Calvin, executive director of Akoma Unity Center, believes her Westside neighborhoods have been chronically marginalized and neglected.
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Come Wednesday, Dec. I represent you because I understand you. We have to be action-oriented. Among the issues to address once in office, Reynoso said he intends to champion higher development standards, education initiatives and career employment.
When the new council convenes for the first time later this month, in more ways than one it will bear little resemblance to the seven-member body that represented more thanresidents just two years ago. More than half a century after Norris P. Gregory broke the color barrier for Black people seeking elective office in San Bernardino, incoming council members Ben Reynoso, Kimberly Calvin and Damon Alexander are primed to set another precedent for the local Black community.