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Veverly E. Anderson

Black History Month: 2011 Honoree

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Video published January 31, 2011 | Download MP4 | View transcript

Above: KPBS celebrates cultural diversity in partnership with Union Bank by honoring Veverly Anderson during Black History Month 2011.

Veverly E. Anderson is devoted to bettering the lives and circumstances of underprivileged youth in the impoverished neighborhoods of southeast San Diego. Ms. Anderson is currently the community coordinator and youth program coordinator for the San Diego Community Housing Corporation and the Town & Country Village Learning Center, respectively. She has also made it her life’s mission to create opportunities that address the social and economic needs of children, their families and their communities. After 14 years with the military, Ms. Anderson also worked as an outreach specialist for the Black Infant Health Program/SDSU Foundation and as a parent educator for the Say San Diego Early Literacy Project.

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