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Black History Month 

February 01-February 28, 2021

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Talk by Art Director for High-Profile Tech Companies Kicks off
Black History Month 

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Central Valley News

 Merced Black Parallel School Board (MBPSB) members: left-right, Annette Lee, Loretta Spence, Estella Dunn, Pamela Merritt-Bennett and Charlie Bennett.

                 UC Plans for Fall 2021
                 In-person Instruction
                  Across  Its 10 Campuses

                            Information &       

Professor of Social Work Kilolo Brodie Transfers Experience to Her Classes

Merced County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 2020 Installation and Ceremony 

Removing Barriers & Changing Young Lives Local woman receives statewide honor for transformational work

Modesto Junior College’s 27th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration 

African American Heritage Week  

African American Education Conference 

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News Brief


January 20, 2021 By Victoria Knight 
Biden’s Covid Challenge: 100 Million Vaccinations in the First 100 Days.
It Won’t Be Easy.


Black Men for Educational Equity 


75 % Of COVID Vaccines in U.S. Sitting in Freezers


Dr. Myechia Minter-Jordan Joins Blue Shield of California’s Board of Directors


State Black Lawyers Submit names of Three Candidates for California Attorney General

Arts, Culture & Entertainment

Local DJ Follows Passion to Help Others Create Lasting Memories 


Gov. Newsom Nominates CLBC Chair Dr. Shirley Weber Secretary of State


Being Bold About Racism


Braves icon Hank Aaron passes away
The Hall of Famer and philanthropist was 86


10 Reasons Why African Americans Should Invest in The Stock Market and Create Their Own Stimulus Check 


National Urban League Announces $7 Million Commitment from AbbVie to Support Mentorship Program for Black and Historically Underserved Youth Investment Will Expand Program to Additional Cities

NBA All-Star Voting presented by AT&T now open

NBA All-Star Voting runs until Feb. 16, giving fans the opportunity to vote for the All-Star starters.

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Central Valley Voice


PO Box 1298
Winton, CA, 95388, US

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About Us - Misson
The Central Valley Voice is a valley newspaper that gives African-Americans, Hispanics and other minorities an additional viewpoint on issues and events, in addition to presenting a positive image of the community we value. We serve several functions, but reporting the news of minorities (African-Americans and Hispanics) is the general overall function. Some of which include the following: Recognition to Community Workers and Leaders. Serve as a Unifying Force for the African-American and Hispanic Community.