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Jobs for This Week:

Satellite Tech needed – in So Cal. Call Francisco (951) 202-6762

Paint Prepper needed – in Temecula, CA. Apply in person 27590 Commerce Center Drive, Temecula, CA 92590.  No resumes

General Labor wanted – in Ontario, CA. Call Carol Rangel (909) 476-2955.  $12.00/hr.

Rack Installers/Construction Helpers needed – in Fontana, CA. $13.00/hr.  Call (909) 395-0243

Construction Workers needed – in Fontana, CA. Call Kevin (310) 406-4641 8:00am-4:00pm to apply.  No texting

Company – is seeking General Service Tech/Tire Installer in Temecula, Winchester, CA. Call Saul (951) 719-1600

Beaumont Lowes – is seeking General Labor in Beaumont, CA. Apply at Employment Solutions, 10444 Magnolia Avenue, Riverside, CA.  92505

Mobil Field Tech needed – in Upland, CA. Call (909) 949-2156

General Labor Warehouse needed – in Ontario, CA. Call (909) 443-5050

General Labor needed – in Ontario, CA. Call John (909) 917-8266

DHL Chain – is seeking Warehouse Operators (Case Pickers) in Fontana, CA. indeed.com

Canadian Sales Agency – is seeking a Material Handler in Fontana, CA. indeed.com

New Vision – is seeking a Warehouse Shipping Manager in Ontario, CA. $20,000.00-$40,000.00k/yr.  indeed.com

Fas Temps – is seeking a Shipping Clerk in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

Sapphire Chandelier, LLC – is seeking a Shipping and Receiving Clerk in Anaheim, CA. $14.00-$16.00/hr.  indeed.com

Morgan Handler – is seeking a Material Handler in Riverside, CA. indeed.com

Niagara Bottling Co. – is seeking a Receiving Associate in Rialto, CA. indeed.com

The Hellman Group – is seeking a Material Handler Trainee in Rialto, CA. indeed.com

H & E Equipment Services – is seeking a Yard Worker in Fontana, CA. indeed.com

Buena Vista Food Products – is seeking Mixers, Scalers and Production Workers in Azusa, CA. $12.00-$13.00/hr.  indeed.com

Humano – is seeking a Warehouse Freight Handler/Palletizer in Fontana, CA. $11.50-$16.50/hr.  indeed.com

Triad Bellows Design and Mfg., – is seeking a Shipping and Receiving Worker in Anaheim, CA. www.indeed.com

Walmart – is seeking a Freight Handler in Chino, CA. indeed.com

Home Chef – is seeking a Production Associate in San Bernardino, CA. $11.00/hr.  indeed.com

ICI Services Corporation – is seeking a Naval Warehouse Specialist in Corona, CA. indeed.com

Sauder Companies – is seeking a Transquad Picker in Jurupa, CA. indeed.com

Neovia Logistics Services, LLC – is seeking a Warehouse Inventory Clerk in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

Quanex Products – is seeking a Production Worker in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com

TKC Holdings – is seeking a Shipping Staff in Fontana, CA. indeed.com

TKC Holdings – is seeking a CAM-Material Handler in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

Managing Personnel Services – is seeking General Labor in Ontario, CA. $11.00/hr.  indeed.com

States Logistics – is seeking an Order Picker/Forklift Operator 2nd shift in Ontario, CA. $12.00-$15.00/hr.  indeed.com

JHD Corporation – is seeking an Office Assistant in Ontario, CA. $11.00-$14.00/hr.  indeed.com

Pro Crete Resources, Inc. – is seeking a Warehouse Delivery Driver & Shipping/Receiving Specialist in Costa Mesa, CA. indeed.com

BTL Machine – is seeking a Receiving Inspector in corona, CA. indeed.com

Arrow Staffing – is seeking General Laborer in San Bernardino, CA. $12.00/hr.  indeed.com

Manpower, Inc. – is seeking a Production Specialist/Production Worker (F/T) in Pomona, CA. $16.69/hr.  indeed.com

Manpower, Inc. – is seeking a Receiving Equipment Operator in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com

Yinlun Tdi, LLC – is seeking a Shipping and Receiving Lead (Forklift Operator) in Ontario, CA. $13.00-$16.00/hr.  indeed.com

The Adecco Group – is seeking a Receiving Worker in Ontario, CA. $14.00/hr.  indeed.com

NFI Industries – is seeking an Order Selector in Chino, CA. indeed.com

Prime Supply, Inc. – is seeking a Warehouse Shipping and Receiving Worker in Pomona, CA. $15.00-$18.00/hr.  indeed.com

Tarbell Realtors – is seeking a Shipping/Direct Mail Clerk Worker in Santa Ana, CA. indeed.com

Partners Personnel – is seeking an Order Filler/Puller in the Inland Empire, CA. indeed.com

Volkswagon Group of America, Inc. – is seeking a Warehouse Operations Coordinator in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

Conco – is seeking a Yard Laborer in Fontana, CA. $13.00/hr.  indeed.com

Connect Staffing, Inc. – is seeking a Lumber Yard Worker in Riverside, CA. $13.00/hr.  indeed.com

Stark – is seeking a Warehouse Associate Picker in Chino, CA. indeed.com

Chartwell Staffing Solutions – is seeking Citrus Fruit Packers in Riverside, CA. $11.00/hr.  indeed.com

Agua Tri – is seeking a General Laborer in Ontario, CA. $13.00/hr.  indeed.com

Vario Corporation – is seeking a Warehouse Associate in Chino, CA. indeed.com

Fed Ex Express – is seeking a (P/T) PM Handler in Ontario, CA. $14.95/hr.  indeed.com

Backyard Products, LLC – is seeking a Warehouse Clerk in Riverside, CA. $13.00-$15.00/hr.  indeed.com

Crown Tech – is seeking an Entry Level Wiring Worker in Fontana, CA. $13.00/hr.  indeed.com

The Solares Group – is seeking a Sales Associate/Customer Servicer in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. $18.00-$32.00/hr.  indeed.com

com – is seeking Plant Managers & Manufacturing Leaders in San Bernardino, CA. www.indeed.com

Praxair – is seeking a Process and Pipeline Tech in Fontana, CA. indeed.com

Dixon Valve & Coupling Company – is seeking a Warehouse Worker in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com

Ralphs – is seeking a Grocery/Stocking Hourly Associate in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com

RNS Channel Letters – is seeking an Electrical Sign Assembly Worker in Corona, CA. indeed.com

California Aseptic Beverages – is seeking an Inventory Control Clerk in Fontana, CA. $15.00/hr.  indeed.com

VWR International, LLC – is seeking a Material Handler in Claremont, CA. indeed.com

Options for Youth – is seeking an English Learner Specialist in Fontana, CA. $57,000.00k/yr.  indeed.com

Jack’s Box and Crate – is seeking a General Laborer/Warehouse in Riverside, CA. $10.50-$11.00/hr.  indeed.com

General Photonics Corporation – is seeking a Shipping and Receiving Clerk in Chino, CA. $12.00-$13.00/hr.  indeed.com

Cintas – is seeking a Stockroom Utility Worker in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

XPO Logistics – is seeking a Customer Service Rep in Fontana, CA. indeed.com

American Hotel Register Company – is seeking a Warehouse Administrative Assistant in Fontana, CA. indeed.com

Department of the Army – is seeking a Tools and Parts Attendant in March AFB, CA. $19.28-$22.49/hr.  indeed.com

Global Environmental Products, Inc. – is seeking a Mechanical Assembler in San Bernardino, CA. $12.00-$15.00/hr.  indeed.com

The Home Depot – is seeking a Warehouse Associate in Mira Loma, CA. indeed.com

Syntech Group – is seeking a Contractor for HP@Aruba Network in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. $35.00-$45.00/hr.  indeed.com

On Time Staffing – is seeking a Material Handler in Mira Loma. CA. $11.50/hr.  indeed.com

Loma Linda University Medical Center – is seeking a Document Imaging Specialist in Loma Linda, CA. indeed.com

Pitney Bowes – is seeking a Mail Quality Control Clerk, 3rd shift in Corona, CA. indeed.com

Acuity Brands Lighting – is seeking an Assembly Call Operator in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

Kaiser Permanente – is seeking an Admitting Rep (Temp) in Fontana, CA. indeed.com

GEODIS – is seeking an Inventory Specialist in Fontana, CA. indeed.com

B. Powell – is seeking a Wood Finisher in Norco, CA. www.indeed.com

Dependable Personnel – is seeking a Material Expeditor in Ontario, CA. $14.00-$16.00/hr.  indeed.com

AKDY – is seeking an E-Commerce Customer Service Rep in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com

MSA Safety, Inc. – is seeking a Hydrogen Sulfide Sensor Production Call Operator in Corona, CA. indeed.com

Northwest Pallet Supply – is seeking a Pallet Sorter/Repair in Rialto, CA. $11.00/hr.  indeed.com

Globalux Lighting – is seeking a Customer Service/Inside Sales Person in Ontario, CA. $12.00-$13.00/hr.  indeed.com

Workforce Development – is seeking a Data Entry/Warehouse/Errand Runner in Colton, CA. $12.00-$13.00/hr.  indeed.com

Custom Screen Printing & Emb – is seeking a Screen Printing Automatic Press Operator in the Inland Empire, CA. indeed.com

PepsiCo – is seeking an EHS Coordinator-Back Filler in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com

Insource Performance Solutions – is seeking a Warehouse Associate in Fontana, CA. $12.00-$14.00/hr.  indeed.com

Apollo Retail Specialist – is seeking an Amazon Home Service Assembly Provider in Riverside, CA. indeed.com

Inland Empire Rescue Mission – is seeking a Front Desk Receptionist in Corona, CA. $12.00-$13.00/hr.  indeed.com

The Home Depot – is seeking a Warehouse Support in Mira Loma, CA. indeed.com

Amarr/Entrematic – is seeking a Warehouse Worker in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. $15.50-$17.50/hr.  indeed.com

Career Specialist – is seeking a leasing Consultant in Fontana, CA. $10.50-$15.00/hr.  indeed.com

Exclusive Headhunting – is seeking a Customer Service Rep in the Inland Empire, CA. indeed.com

Universal Technical Institute – is seeking a Receptionist in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com

San Antonio Regional Hospital – is seeking a Housekeeping Aide in Upland, CA. indeed.com

HR Direct Services – is seeking a Packing and Manufacturing Worker in Mira Loma, CA. $12.00-$13.00/hr.  indeed.com

Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration – is seeking a Housekeeping Aid in Loma Linda, CA. $12.27-$14.30/hr.  indeed.com

Stater Bros. Markets – is seeking a Customer Service Rep in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

HD Supply – is seeking a Warehouse Associate II in Corona, CA. indeed.com

L & M Services, Inc. – is seeking a Cabinetry Draftsman in Ontario, CA. $30.,000.00-$50,000.00k/yr.  indeed.com

Ryder – is seeking a Material Handler I in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

Morgan Corporation – is seeking an Assembler in Riverside, CA. indeed.com

Fitness 19 – is seeking a Sales Associate in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com

Verigent – is seeking an Electrical Apprentice in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com

International Paper – is seeking a General Labor in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

US Specialty Vehicles – is seeking an Automotive Exterior and Interior Final Assembler in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com

Edison International – is seeking an Administrative Aide 3 in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.om

Bison Workforce Solutions – is seeking a Repair Tech in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

San Joaquin Valley College – is seeking a Financial Aid Officer in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

Office Team – is seeking a Customer Service Rep in Ontario, CA. $16.15-$18.70/hr.  indeed.com

Sprouts Farmers Market – is seeking a Courtesy Clerk in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com

Tropical Foods, Inc. – is seeking a Route Sales Rep in Ontario, CA. $50,000.00-$70,000.00k/yr.  indeed.com

Martinez & Turek, Inc. – is seeking a Crate Builder in Rialto, CA. indeed.com

Norton Delgado Family Medicine – is seeking a Prior Authorization Coordinator in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. $13.56/hr.  indeed.com

Viewsonic – is seeking a Warehouse Material Handler in Chino, CA. $12.00-$14.00/hr.  indeed.com

Stanley Black & Decker – is seeking a Class 9 Processor in Rialto, CA. indeed.com

Heydude Shoes-Wewood Watches – is seeking a Planner in San Bernardino, CA. $17.00/hr.  indeed.com

Commercial Metals Company – is seeking a Machine Operator in Fontana, CA. indeed.com

Shurtope Technologies and Shur Tech Brands, LLC – is seeking a Slitter Operator in Highland, CA. indeed.com

Syntech Group – is seeking a V Mware Consultant in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. $35.00-$45.00/hr.  indeed.com

IMI-A Global People Company – is seeking a Recruiter in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

Workforce Enterprises – is seeking an Injection Molding Tech in Fontana, CA. $22.00-$24.00/hr.  indeed.com

Seidner’s Collision Centers – is seeking an Auto Body Tech in Ontario, CA. $40,000.00-$100,000.00k/yr.  indeed.com

Sterigenics – is seeking an Operator Trainee in Ontario, CA. indeed.com

California Aseptic Beverages – is seeking a Blender in Fontana, CA. $16.00/hr.  indeed.com

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London Breed Snubbed in her Quest to Become San Francisco’s First Black Mayor

By Charlene Muhammad | California Black Media

The fallout over the replacement of London Breed as San Francisco’s first Black, female mayor in the city’s history with a White male, Mark Farrell as the interim mayor continues.

After the passing of Mayor Ed Lee the first Asian American to be elected in that role suddenly died due to a heart attack on December 12, Breed took the seat as allowed by the city charter.  It also allows supervisors to vote in a successor.

She was to hold the post for the remainder of Lee’s term, six months but served as acting Mayor until January 23, 2018.

Residents protested after Breed’s colleagues voted 6-3 to remove her on January 23.

“In an only-in-San Francisco tale that involved a mix of tech money, racial tension, and political jockeying, the city’s most progressive elected officials spearheaded the ouster of the city’s first female African-American mayor, a woman with roots in the city’s public housing projects, in favor of a white, male venture capitalist who represents the city’s wealthiest neighborhoods,” wrote Benjamin Schneider in the San Francisco Chronicle.

In interviews, Breed, 43, has talked about her upbringing around a lot of poverty, despair, and crime.  She was fortunate enough to attend UC Davis, and in that time, she realized she should not be the only one from her neighborhood to succeed, so she chose to return to make a difference, Breed told Hoodline, an online site for news in San Francisco.

The Sun Reporter Newspaper publisher Amelia Ashley Ward said she was surprised at so many “young white liberal progressives speaking out against Breed.” She continued, “Perhaps San Francisco isn’t as progressive as some people like to think.”  

Kimberly Ellis, former California Democratic Party Chair candidate, chided the Board of Supervisors vote, which many alleged was rigged.

“It only took Democrats 43 days from praising Black women for delivering the U.S. Senate victory in Alabama to disenfranchising the first Black woman Mayor of San Francisco,” posted Ellis on her Facebook page.

“Welp, that’s the Democratic Party establishment for you…,” she continued.

Ellis said the matter is not about the race for mayor.

“This is about making lame excuses, reinterpreting San Francisco’s charter and replacing a progressive woman of color with a wealthy white male moderate. 

So much for all of those pink pussy hats, eh,” she questioned rhetorically.

Ellis is referring to hats worn during the first Women’s March as a symbol of support and solidarity for women’s rights and political resistance.

“But not to worry. We’ll handle it from here… Like we always do. Time to turn rage into election results. See you at the polls,” Ellis’ post continues.

Dr. Willie and Mary Ratcliff, publishers of the San Francisco Bay View Newspaper, feel Breed is now in a better position.

“Nobody did London Breed any favors at Tuesday’s board meeting. Not the supervisors who swept her out of the mayor’s office that had been given to her by the city charter and not Ron Conway and the big money boys whose overly aggressive support was the screen the supervisors hid their racism behind,” indicated the Ratcliffs in a recent editorial.

Breed heads into the June election owing nothing to anybody, only the people of San Francisco, including the neediest, they said. 

The Bay View quoted Fred Jordan, who heads the San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce.  “San Francisco is a racist city,” wrote Jordan.  He noted Dianne Feinstein wasn’t removed when she was president of the Board of Supervisors like London Breed, succeeded a mayor who died in office, the outlet continued.

Following the vote, Breed herself spoke out.

“Last night, six of my colleagues voted to elect a successor Mayor to serve until the June election. It’s been an honor to serve the City as Mayor during this difficult time, and I will continue working for ALL San Franciscans to address the important issues we face as a City: homelessness, housing, & public safety,” she stated.

“I am running for Mayor because San Francisco deserves a leader who will fight to get things back on track for families and working people,” announced Breed on in a Facebook post.

Social media sounds off

“My childhood friend I’m sad to say that your colleagues was wrong for voting you out but I & the citizens of SF will vote you back in as the mayor of our city you live in I may be living across the bay from my hometown that I’m going to pray everyday until the day its time to vote you in as mayor because I know the late mayor Ed Lee would rather have you in his place this is just a minor set back so you just continue to look for our people in the city of the lovely San Francisco love you girl,” commented Deidre Bradford on Breed’s thread.

Monica Jones said she welcomes Breed’s candidacy and leadership.  “What went down last night was wrong and unprecedented,” Jones wrote.

Hugh E MC remarked, “#Salute sis. That was a conniving ugly move…but we know this is politrickz…You are handling this with incredible grace….Now let’s Bring them war #DonMachiaveli style.”

“Although, I am not a fan of all of your policies I must say that the vote the board decided on was a bamboozle and wreaked of race-baiting and pure political maneuvering,” commented Amos Gregory.

“I no longer live in SF, so I can call Hilary Ronen out for being a race-baiting manipulator. Breed can’t have a rich white male help her reach her goals, but you can? This BS is the progressive Imprimatur from 2016…telling black folk they’re the tools of white folk, if we only really understood politics, we would know we were being used. Reading Hilary Ronen’s condescending racist claptrap! It’s just Bernie Sanders drivel…wash, rinse, and repeat,” posted Victoria Jee.

Black Lives Matter co-founder, Alicia Garza responded with a tweet “San Francisco dislikes Black women so much they appointed a white conservative to be the caretaker Mayor. Somebody explain to me how this was the best option. Oh, San Francisco you break my heart.”

 

Torres Invites Cal Poly Pomona Veteran to State of the Union

WASHINGTON, DC- On Monday, January 29, Rep. Norma J. Torres (D-CA) is attending the State of the Union address with Cal Poly Pomona student veteran Sommarani “Mayra” Chan as her guest. Mayra’s family fled from the Khmer Rouge Genocide in Cambodia and sought protection in a Thailand refugee camp. In 1985, the family resettled in the U.S., where Mayra became a first-generation American.

“It is an honor to have veteran and Cal Poly Pomona graduate student Mayra Chan as my guest to the State of the Union. Mayra’s incredible story and commitment serves as a shining example of the value and strength that immigrants, refugees, and their children bring to our nation,” said Rep. Torres.

“I am grateful to be here.  As a veteran and first-generation college student, to be here representing something greater than myself is truly an honor.  It is a once in a lifetime experience to be able to attend tonight’s State of the Union as a guest of Congresswoman Torres,” said Chan.

From 2006 to 2014, Mayra served in the United States Army Reserve where she did one tour in Afghanistan and a humanitarian mission in Panama in 2009. During her time in Cal Poly Pomona, Mayra has kept busy by focusing her work on serving the student veteran community on campus as a student employee at the Veteran Resource Center. Mayra earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Food and Nutrition last year and is currently working on her Master of Science in Agriculture, concentrating her thesis research on combating obesity amongst the veteran community.

Congresswoman Torres’ guest is a personification of the policies she continues to push for in Congress that ensure that the Inland Empire remains a welcoming place for all and that veterans have access to the tools they need to thrive when they return home.