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Call and Post (Newspaper) - August 12, 2015, Cleveland, OhioOhio a Black news Leader Cal Post August 12. 2015 August 18, 2015 vol. 99 n0.32 16 pages 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland. Of 44120 Ohio dems dismiss gop mess a i i a la 75 7 a a copyright 201 o by Kevin chill heard managing editor what started off As a a Ngop debate watch party held by Ohio a democrats ended up being More of a raucous caucus of the Ohio democratic party a resolve in the face of National gop activity in their own backyard. With the Lions share of National spotlight belonging to the Republican party last week As they held their first presidential debate at quicken Loans Arena in the heart of downtown Cleveland democratic party supporters politicians organizers and party officials were not deterred in their quest to lock Down the quintessential bellwether state for the red category. A while democrats Welcome Republican activity to Ohio we do not Welcome their policies a said senator Nin Tumer who attended the Ohio democratic party sponsored event. She went on to say a these Are the same Republican policies that we be been living with for the past five years stagnant Job growth and major cuts to local governments and schools As Well As a Fiill frontal assault on voting in the face of the gop returning to Cleveland in 2016 for the Republican National convention local dems say that the party plans on standing Strong in Cuya hoga county and the state of Ohio. Turner also acknowledged that the republicans will be specifically targeting Ohio Sall important a Black a the so called outreach strategy of the Republican a to connect with african american voters in Ohio is empty As their rhetoric see dems/5c former state senator Nina Turner Center shares the spotlight with a group of Young democrats who came out to the gop debate watch party sponsored by the Ohio democratic party. Photo by Kevin heard or. Modlin 2015 Black professional of the year or. Charles Modlin by James w. Wade iii staff rep Orter the Black professional association charitable foundation a pack has announced that the 2015 Black professional of the year is none other than or. Charles s. Modlin of the Cleveland clinic. Or. Modlin will receive the award at the thirty fifth anniversary scholarship and awards gala amp boy Salute on saturday nov. 7, 2015, at executive caterers at Lander Haven located at 6111 Lander Haven drive Mayfield Heights of. Charles s. Modlin my fact is a kidney transplant surgeon urologist and founder and director of the minority menus health Center of Cleveland clinics Glickman urological Institute. He is also the executive director of minority health for Cleveland clinic. Quot or. Modlin is a highly regarded surgeon and an outstanding Leader in this Community a said Ronald v. Johnson jr., a pack Board president. Or. Modlin known for his work with minority men and his big minority menus health fair every year has strive to assist so Many people in his quest to help the minority Community to Overall become healthy. A the work he is leading to drastically enhance Access to and the improvement of health for minorities is unquestionably worthy of this Distin shed a Cdr. Modlin will be the first medical doctor saluted by the foundation we Are very excited to Honor or. Modlin at a time when a pack is working towards stronger representation of minority scholars pursuing a career in Stem Fields a said Marcella j. Brown a pack executive director. Past Honoreen included. Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones Margot James Copeland Rev. Or. Otis Moss jr., or. Barbara Byrd Bennett or. . Vernon and most recently news Anchor Leon Bibb. Corporate sponsorships tables and individual ticket sales Are already on Sale. The Mission of a pack is to create opportunities for african americans through scholarship education and leadership development. Its vision is to be a catalyst that prepares and develops students and leaders to elevate our Community of professionals. Founded in 1985, a pack has honoured a Black professional from Northeast Ohio each year for More than three decades to raise an awareness of what our Community is contributing to the business social cultural and civic life of our Region and to provide scholarship support and professional development opportunities to Low and moderate income College bound students. To Date see modlin/5c Ferguson one year later a a o a g a h a x a o so a s Oto Michael Brown sr., along with family and friends Stop to Pray at a memorial to Browne a slain son before taking part in a Parade in his songs Honor on saturday aug. 8. See the full Story on Page 4a a photo Jeff Roberson severe penalties for absent students by James w. Wade ii it for Spongr Many schools Are open for the 2015 school year and the Cleveland metropolitan school District a mid is waging a Community wide Campaign Complete with billboards Yard signs bus placards and radio spots aimed at raising school attendance. Terry Butler who has been working on the Campaign shared a Little about what they Are doing. The a get to school. You can make it a Campaign will target an epidemic in nearly two thirds of District schools More than half of the students Are chronically absent defined As missing 10 Days or More per moving Forward Butler said the new initiative will hold those students More accountable typically receiving a failing Grade after 10 or More absences from a particular class. Cleveland joins school districts and communities across the country that have taken on the problem of chronic absenteeism. Attendance works a Federal and state initiative that is providing guidance to the Cleveland Campaign reports on the effects and solutions. Cams do a data shows the absences Lead to a Sharp decline in test scores and put High school students at risk of dropping out. Missing 10 Days or More cuts scores on state Reading tests by an average of 12 Points and math scores by 15 Points missing those Days in ninth or 10th grades can leave a student with a 4-in-10 Chance of staying on track to graduation. A we Are making gains under the reforms spelled out in the Cleveland plan a chief executive officer Eric Gordon said. A but we can to educate children who regularly fail to show up for school. We count on families to help by doing their a mid kicked off the Campaign july 22 at the boys and girls club on Broadway Avenue in the slavic Village neighbourhood. Gordon who served As master of ceremonies was joined by several Hundred parents students fellow educators clergy elected officials and Community partners. See absent/5c Lee Harvard group gives scholarships by Rhonda Crowders mfr scr tar a we All need to be concerned about education a said state senator Kenny Yuko As he presented mrs. Gwendolyn Norfleet Rodgers founder president of concerned partners in education pie with proclamations for scholarship receipts during the organizations 9th annual scholarship fundraiser Brunch this past sat., at the Harvard Community services Center. Pie started in 2006 As an advisory committee during Cleveland metropolitan school districts ceo search. As the District secure a candidate pie continue to meet and development programming. The fundraising Brunch designed to recognize and Reward students who successfully completed the organizations programmed apprenticeship for successful students or the pass program is always Well attended by Public servants business owners see group/2b Cali amp Post publisher and owner Don King was at his Home in Florida on aug. 4 when Republican National chair Reince Priebus was hosted by la veme Jones Gore for a meet and Greet with Black Cleveland stakeholders. However during a private Telephone conversation King did speak with Priebus regarding the Black press and the Republican party a commitment to advertise with the Black press. Attorney general appeals trial for cop killer by Kush Azrael sl4ff rgp9iter in late july convicted cop killer Jurisi Bryan 44, won his Appeal for a new trial. However As of last week the Ohio attorney general a office filed an Appeal to that decision. On june 25, 2000, Bryan shot officer Wayne Leon in the face and killed him after Leon pulled him Over for a traffic violation. Bryan was found with his Girlfriend in Columbus the next Day. In August that same year a Cuya hoga county grand jury indicted Bryan on three counts of aggravated murder two counts of attempted murder and several gun related charges. In february 2001, Bryan was found guilty of aggravated murder attempted murder Atte piped robbery having a weapon under disability carrying a concealed weapon tampering with evidence and theft. Since that time Bryan has been on death Row at the Chillicothe Corree car tot tonal institution. . District judge James Carr granted Bryan a writ of Hareas Corpus and ordered a new trial. Bryan has been granted a new trial because of a racial he claims that the prosecution in his trial removed a Black person from the jury. Citing Batson v. 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