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Next Dimension University Celebrates Decennial Commencement with Banquet and God Awards


LOS ANGELES, CA- Dr. Joel McLeod, Chancellor of the Next Dimension University, an accredited Bible College, with campuses throughout California and extension schools throughout the USA, is pleased to announce the 2017 Decennial Commencement and Awards Ceremony Weekend.  This year marks ten years of academic excellence at N.D.U. The Commencement will be held Saturday, August 19 at 2 p.m. at West Angeles Cathedral located at 3600 Crenshaw Boulevard in Los Angeles.  The Commencement is free and open to the public. 

Dr. Kenneth Ulmer, of Faithful Central Church, will give the commencement address, and Dr. Michelle Corral will give the official “Send Off” address.  NDU will be honoring local and International gospel greats, Warryn and Erica Campbell and Teddy and Tina Campbell (Mary Mary), Donald Lawrence, Vanessa Bell-Armstrong, David Hollister, Bobby Jones and more; honor will also be bestowed upon other ministry leaders such as: Apostle Beverly BAM Crawford, Apostle Jean Perez, Apostle Felix Larsen (from Botswanna, Africa) Dr. Margaret Douroux, Apostle Sarah Morgan, Apostle Venissa Jackson, First Lady Patty Shipp, Bishop Roger Thomas, Bishop Kevin Truitt, Bishop Curtis Kelley, and from the Netherlands, Apostle Evelyn Kuwoe and Howard and Danielle Taylor.

Other notables include: Kevin Nash, Vickie Mack, Reginald Utley, Paul Jackson Jr., Nate Watts, Sharon Takaha, Linda Johnson-Hayes and Nwannia Lyles.  

Special music by Beau Williams with the NDU Choir.  Lastly, we want to acknowledge and honor Mary Virginia Jones, a grandmother that served 33 years incarcerated and was faithful to God, studying the Word of God, believing her release was in God’s hands.

After the commencement, there will be a formal banquet: “The Black, White and Gold Gala” at the LAX Hilton. The Black, White and Gold Gala will be held at the LAX Hilton 5711 Century Bl. LA 90045.  Guest Speaker will be Dr. Beverly BAM Crawford.  This event will include The God Awards.  Recipients will be presented their Awards by special guest, to include Dr. Joel McLeod, the NDU Chancellor, Dr. Evelyn Saucer, Dr. Evelyn Reason and Dr. Rose Parker and other distinguished presenters.

NDU Alumni and Past Honorees, included Fred Hammond, Apostle Frederick K.C. Price, Yolanda Adams, Randall Cunningham, Judge Mablean, Janet’ Dubois, Judy Jacobs, Bishop Noel Jones, Cecil Murry, Jack Hayford and more.  

Red Carpet will begin at 12 noon on Saturday for the Commencement, and 6:30 p.m. on Saturday night for the banquet.   

For more information and for Banquet tickets; contact Dr. Evelyn Saucer, e.saucer@yahoo.com 951 567-9716.  For Press Conference, Interviews and Media credentials, contact Dr. Rose at drrose.ndu@gmail.com 909 528-8350. 

For information about Next Dimension University call 888 206-4344.  Visit our website at www.nextdimensionuniversity.com.   

Miss Los Angeles County Brings Princess Spirit to LLU Children’s Hospital Patients

LLU-Miss LALOMA LINDA, CA- Miss Los Angeles County 2017, Katie Bozner, visited patients at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital (LLUCH) Wednesday, August 9. The 22-year-old beauty queen, a Corona native, spent the afternoon talking to patients in playrooms and went bedside to those who were unable to leave their rooms.

A University of Redlands graduate, Bozner’s interactions with the children came naturally. “I really enjoy visiting with kids,” she said during her visit, “and they seem to like me too.”

In addition to taking photos with the kids, Bozner delivered princess crowns, goodie bags and other gifts she made herself to patients, whose smiles reflected the sparkly crown adorned on her head. 

Bozner won the Miss LA County title in October 2016. Although she will give up her title in two months, she is looking forward to competing in the Miss California pageant in December.

The California Legislative Black Caucus Calls Out the Charlottesville Event for What It Is, Pure Racism

Over the weekend, three people were killed and at least 34 were injured in a hate rally of several hundred right-wing extremists on the campus of the University of Virginia. The stated intention of this white nationalist rally was to protest the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee, general of the Confederate Army, yet it was fueled by white supremacy ideology.

“The crime that took place in Charlottesville was one of domestic terrorism. It is the manifestation of the racial divide that we still face in our country that is fueled by fear and hatred of groups whose skin color, religion, or views do not match theirs,” said Assembly Member Chris R. Holden (AD-41), Chair of the California Legislative Black Caucus. “The Ku Klux Klan’s, or white nationalists’, atrocious message is a painful reminder that we have great work to do to unite this nation.” 

President Trump addressed the “Unite the Right” protest under the guise that “many sides” were responsible for the violence that ensued. However, the California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) believes that the rally and the crime represent racism in its purest form.

Following the violent conclusion of the Charlottesville rally, Texas A&M has canceled their “White Lives Matter” rally which was scheduled for September 11th featuring white nationalist Richard Spencer. California Universities have been targets in the past for white nationalist rallies. 

“The California Legislative Black Caucus stands against bigotry, divisive rhetoric, and complicity.   We ask that the California universities and colleges remain united for peace, equality, and inclusion because there is power in diversity,” said Holden.