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22 Apr 2015

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Call and Post (Newspaper) - April 22, 2015, Cleveland, OhioCountdown to log established i Ltd m Nikki Charise is ail about that Bass see cp2 inside april 22, 201s april 28, 2015 fat Domestic violence advocate takes id discovery see Page 6c is i z i a a 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 All Ohio edition copyright 2015, Don King Reed says no to gun Ordina a a 5 it or in w o or a z u of let cd Al a it by James w. Wade m Staif reporter for the past several months Cleveland City Council has held several committee hearings and discussions with those for and against ordinance #931-14 relating to guns. On monday night Cleveland City Council passed a Complete rewrite of the City a gun Laws and created a new gun offender registry to help prevent gun violence in order to save lives and make the City a neighbourhoods safer. A a today a vote is the culmination of a Long process involving collaboration Between my administration and City Council a said Cleveland mayor Frank g. Jackson. A with this legislation it is a step in the right direction for the City of a Law enforcement members now have another tool to attack the problem of gun violence and make Cleveland a safer the Jackson administration has worked together on the proposed legislation with City Council president Kevin Kelley and chairman of the Public safety committee Matt zone to get this ordinance passed. Ward 2 councilman Zack Reed does not agree with the legislation and voted against it. A after attending All hearings and thoroughly vetting ordinance #931 -14, in my opinion i done to believe it does enough to address the atmosphere of violence in the City of Cleveland. It does nothing More than appease those that have not done enough to address the plague of violence throughout our City therefore i voted no until we come up with comprehensive Concrete see Reed/6c the colors of my world winners of the Call amp posts a Blu prep school colouring contest from left to right colouring Book designer Erin Sneed Popeye a director of operations Melvin Brown Call amp Post and exec Kenneth Wheeler third Grade Winner Joshua Knuckles mrs. Tenika Lamb Charlise Page Embry Call amp Post general manager Kevin heard second Grade teacher is. Laymon second Grade Winner ser Shawn Campbell a Blu preparatory head of schools or. Timothy Roberts or. Shanique Menefee kindergarten Winner Antonio Whitley with his teacher Linda Woods. Popeye a is a Community partner with the Call amp Post in adopting the a Blu preparatory school. Photo by James w. Wade Iii governors panel suggests ways to improve police Community relations by Ike my Balogu contributing writer Columbus it is really starting to look More and More like a Streak from hell with no end in sight. Just As one raging storm Over racially charged deadly shooting involving cops and unarmed Black men Dies Down another one erupts somewhere else. It started with Michael editorial a great time to do the right thing confirm Loretta Lynch by reverend Otis Moss or. . Attorney Loretta Lynch has been waiting 167 Days and counting. Almost half the time it took mrs. Rosa Parks to achieve Justice and the right to ride the Montgomery buses with dignity. Mrs. Parks and 50,000 african americans and people of Goodwill had to struggle and walk 381 Days before Justice prevailed. We do not know How Long u. S. Attorney Lynch will have to wait a few More Days a few More weeks a few More months or even a lifetime. We do know that there is an Abid. Ing truth which states a Justice too Long delayed is Justice How Long will this process be delayed in the Case of this remarkably qualified and excellent nominee Loretta Lynch we Pray that the answer is not Long. Has the waiting period already exceeded that of All other nominees for the same position what does the record show Why has it taken More than five months to get a simple democratic vote in a body of 100 elected senators let us Appeal to the moral conscience of the United states Senate. Let us Appeal to the process of reverend Otis Moss or. Democracy. Let us Appeal to reason and moral courage. Let us Appeal to a the better Angels of our nature and the enduring principles of righteousness. Let us Appeal to the profound sense of fairness anchored in the a Marc of the let us Appeal to the spiritual Energy present in the a great Cloud of witnesses surrounding us now and forever. Let us Appeal to every sorority fraternity civic social and humanitarian organization institution and individuals of Goodwill. Let us unite in an urgent a coalition of conscience in support of this nominee of excellence. The deltas Are setting a commendable and historic example. Let us join hands with Faith Hope and love and proclaim the a More excellent Way found in the democratic Ideal. It is a great time a to do the right Brown in Fergusson Missouri and since then it has turned into a growing catalogue of deadly shootings that recently included the nearly Back to Back gunning Down of Black men dashing away from cops. All across the country the debate is ferociously raging stoking racial tensions and raising questions of what could be done to begin to Stem the tide of these deadly confrontations Between police officers and mostly Black men. In Ohio apparently governor John Kasich was also asking that same question deciding months ago to work with Black lawmakers to form a panel to look into it. What the governor instructed the panel was to come up with a balanced recommendations for addressing the problem of police brutality in Ohio recognizing the dual importance of safeguarding the safety of cops while making sure that members of the minority communities Are not mowed Down like animals. The panel has been holding powwows for months and consulting with Community leaders in cities across the state gathering input into what state government should do to make sure these shootings ebb. The 22-member panel made up of lawmakers Community leaders clergy members and others recently completed its work and submitted a preliminary version of its report to Kasich whose icy relationship with Black lawmakers from the Early Days of his administration has been slowing thawing at least enough to work closely on a number of matters of Mutual concern. Rep. Alicia Reece the president of the legislative Black caucus and a member of the panel weighed in expressing optimism and sincerity of the governors efforts concerning this matter and admitting a this is not an easy topic to not being an a easy topic is perhaps Why the panels report contains a Potpourri of recommendations anchored on the importance of improving a number of practices by police departments including the process of hiring police officers and revamping police training to improve it. The panel also cited issues of accountability and oversight As big problems that need improvement. For the panel it All boils Down to Lack of Trust Between the Black Community and cops recommending that efforts be made to restore that Trust. John bom who is the chair of the panel is pleased with the groups work and is convinced that Ohio is on the right track to solving this problem. A we have the Opportunity to be the Model for the rest of the u.s.,�?� said bom who is the director of the Ohio department of Public safety. The final report will be submitted to the governor april 30. It will contain Concrete ideas for what to do to improve police Community relations including offering diversity training for cops. See panel/6c Black male Summit a Success by Feu Oag Haney staff reporter a i usually done to like these things a first time attendee Juan Goodwin said of the University of Akron a Black male Summit although admittedly on his third event of this kind in the past few weeks. The reason Why a a a cause we usually hear a lot of talking but nothing else comes out of it a Goodwin said. But the third time and Uags efforts May just have done the trick to Charm him. �?o1 had just been to something similar last week at tric and another one in Detroit. But i Felt like this one really reached me. It Wasny to uptight people were being themselves and being vulnerable which is something men done to always do. I walked by men sitting on a Bench having a private conversation about something they heard from one of the keynote speakers. That s powerful. I will definitely come Back next Goodwin sending statement seems to have garnered a similar response for Many. That is Why in its eighth year the Confer ence has grown to More than 1,600 attendants an audience so Large the con Ference had to be moved from traditionally being housed at Uags student Union to off Campus at the John s. Knight Center to accommodate the larger number of registrants. Sure the Jalen roses or. Marc Lamont Hills and or. Michael Eric Dyson a have names that draw but undoubtedly its the bigger picture those names paint that leave a lasting impression that has made this a signature event for the University. Although entertaining in delivery the stories these gentlemen presented were relatable in terms of being lost or feeling hopeless at Jalen Rose right take massive Selfie with a students see male/6c i wed thurs Fri sat Sun 1 51/38 46/37 52/32 51/41 52/44 j t 9 Ypsilanti i 48197-9791

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