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Call and Post (Newspaper) - July 1, 2015, Cleveland, OhioCd unto own to july 1, 201s july 7, 2015 i new Leader vol. 99 o up Tel co 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 the voice of the people All Ohio edition copyright 2015, Don King 1 Cleveland activist group save a no More business As usual j h i o w cd 2 a. Y i a a it z x by James w. Wade iii staff reporter the Cleveland eight declared that they will not just move to get out the Way of the Republican National convention an election Cycle business development downtown or anything else that May take them off their course. In an exclusive interview with six of the eight Man collective they Laid Down their plan for the future stating it will not be business As usual. The Rev. Jawanza Colvin Bakari Kitwana or. Rhonda Williams from the social Institute at Case Western Reserve University de Little expert in the area of criminal and juvenile Justice Joe worthy of the children a defense fund Rev. Or. . Vernon senior pastor of the word Church Julia Shearson president of the Council on american islamic relations Cleveland chapter and Community activist Rachel Smith make up a the this group came together with the goal of trying to get Justice in our criminal Justice system. A this is about trying to create a just criminal Justice system a said or. Williams. This is about trying to understand Why after six months we done to have the criminal Justice system acting on the Tamir Rice Case. This is about transparency accountability and fairness who get a arrested and who gets indicted. We know the system has flaws. We can to just opt out of talking to the group it was Clear that they have been doing their Homework and have United to put their minds together for Justice. They talked about How different it is for Whites and Blacks getting arrested and How Blacks Are treated differently. A the officer who shot Rice Timothy Loehmann has been paid $30,000 to sit behind a desk because no charges were brought against him. He should have been put on unpaid leave of absence. If he was found not guilty then he could receive Back pay a said Smith. The group talked about the 137 shots Case where Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams were racially profiled. A we Are typically criminalized in the Media a said Little. A people done to normally ask for the facts and some of these areas need to be told. Business will not be see group/3c Black Shields blues print for getting pulled Over Cleveland fourth District commander Deon Mccaulley municipal court judge Ronald b. Adrine and Black shield president Lynn Hampton met with Community members at the Call amp Post newspaper. Photo by Kevin d. Heard by Felicia c. Haney staff reporter a a there san expectation of what the Public thinks police should do. But police have an expectation of what citizens should do when we Stop you a were the words of City of Cleveland fourth District commander Deon Mccaulley. There a no secret that police Community relations have not been on the Best of terms for decades particularly in the Black Community. And in the height of so Many Black deaths at the hands of police who be Only gotten slaps on the wrists at Best the tension has created a level of pressure so High that it is bound to rip open the City at its seams or Force Cleveland to come together and Shine like the Gem it truly is. But finding that Diamond in the Wake of the rough times that surround the City seems nearly impossible especially if we re talking blood free. The Black shield police association an organization representing Black police officers is hoping to end not Only the , but the bad Public relations Between the Blacks amp Whites and the Black communities they Roll through. In an Effort to rebuild police Community relations the organization hosted a two hour forum on a what to do if you re stopped by the police from 6-8 . Friday evening at what better place than the Call amp Post newspaper a the Peoples led by the organizations president Lynn Hampton the panel also included commander Mccaulley and Cleveland municipal court judge Ronald b. Adrine. The three member panel spoke before a Well attended crowd of concerned citizens who wanted answers to direct questions from the department of Justice report the police decree about improper treatment of civilians on specific cases armed with documents in hand and what to do to get our youth on Board to end the be Etuati ing Cycle of the anti police mentality More so than what to do when they get pulled Over. The crowds response to getting pulled Over was to a outright submit before you end up dead a Hampton a solution a be the police you want to see in your Hampton revealed that this will be the new see shield/3c pictured Are Joe worthy or. Rhonda Williams de Little Julia Shearson Rev. Jawanza Colvin and Rachel Smith six members of the Cleveland eight. Their Mission is to help set the Justice system in the right direction. The group came to the Call amp Post to share their message. Photo by James w. Wade iii Kasich tops Clinton in poll by Ike my Balogu contributing writer Columbus polls this Early in the presidential primary contest done to really mean much to the candidates but if you were governor John Kasich it might at least privately get you a bit excited knowing you Are not polling badly in the one contest that potentially matters. No one knows for sure if Kasich is going to leap into the crowded race yet. But last week he dropped an abundance of hints that he is going to run for president setting july 21 As the Date he will officially make his announcement. Officially though he is still thinking about it. But if Kasich is looking for something encouraging to nudge him Over to the Side of a decision to definitely get into the race that is if he is looking for a modicum of motivation this might be it. A recent poll of 1,191 Ohio voters by Quin Lipiac University polling Institute showed that Kasich will defeat the presumed democratic presidential front runner Hilary Clinton 47-40 in Ohio in a one on one match up. That was the Best performance reported by the poll when compared to the other republicans in the race squaring off against Clinton one on one. Although the poll was conducted in Ohio where the governor enjoys a huge popularity with ohioans hailing him As a Strong Leader it is still significant when you consider that Clinton has officially see Kasich/3c Hail to the King legendary boxing promoter and Call Post publisher Don King is joined by world boxing Council president Mauricio Sulaiman and former wac world champions Julio Cesar Chavez and Larry Holmes at a Surprise tribute Ceil bration to King in Miami on june 23. King promoted both Chavez and Holmes during their illustrious careers. Or. Janice Taylor heard Heads tric Western Campus by Rhonda Crowder or. Janice Taylor heard As Ron Liss transitioned from president of Cuya hoga Community colleges tric Western Campus to vice president and special advisor for the schools workforce and economic development division a move to capitalize on his expertise in that area. President or. Alex Johnson tapped or. Janice Taylor heard to fill the void. Taylor heard assumed her new responsibilities As interim president of tri cos Western Campus in Parma on june 22. She is the first afcan american at the Helm. Having most recently served As Dean of academic affairs heard brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position. A Cdr. Taylor heard has worked in higher education for More than 25 years and has served As a member of the Western Campus leadership team for eight a said Johmson. A she has been Stalwart in her support of this institution and i know she has the full support of our faculty and during an interview with Taylor heard last week she said her Strong relationship with the Union president and faculty chair Means a lot to her there fore creating a dynamic shared partnership. Taylor heard also said she did no to see the appointment coming. A there was a part of me that was surprised and part of me that was really humbled. In a honoured to know the College would have the Confidence in me and have observed my work considering me the right person to take on this responsibility at this time a she said. According to John Horton tri cos Media relations manager the College will conduct a National search to permanently fill the position and the goal is to have this completed by january 2016. �?o1 would like to have the Opportunity to take several months to make the decision to compete for the position nationally a said Taylor heard when asked if she would be included among those candidates. Right now she wants to focus on five areas of concern student Success and completion full implementation of the information technology Center of excellence capital and facility improvements of classrooms learning spaces and the Western student Campus Center Galleri Aas Well As improvements necessary for maintaining program accreditation and compliance expansion of educational outreach and see janice/3c 1 1 wed thurs Fri sat Sun 1 73/59 75/53 75/65 78/60 85/63
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