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15 Jul 2015

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Call and Post (Newspaper) - July 15, 2015, Cleveland, OhioCountdown to this weekend get train wrecked by the James gang established i916 see Page 8c Carters 50th wedding anniversary celebrated see Page in july is 201s july 21, 2015 Call amp pose 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 the voice of the people All Ohio edition copyright a 2015, Don Kin police commission panel chosen. Gates n z it by James w. Wade iii staff reporter the City of Cleveland and the . Attorneys office recently announced the 11 panellists who will choose the City a court ordered Community police commission. One of the individuals picked was the Rev. Jimmy Gates pastor of Zion Hill Baptist Church. Gates name was chosen from More than 100 submissions. They include businessmen religious leaders experts in mental health issues and academics among others. Gates along with the Rev. Jawanza Colvin have been very vocal about trying to get Justice for the Community. In 2007, Gates pleaded Silty to splitting $40,000 in bribes in 2003, while he served As the assistant director in the Cleveland water department. Gates served 14 months of his 19 month sentence in Federal prison. Records show Gates was also convicted in Cuya hoga county common pleas court in 2012 for his role in a $5.1-million mortgage fraud scheme that took place from 2004 to 2006. He pleaded guilty in october 2012 and was sentenced to seven months on Community control. The creation of the commission is one of several moves the City negotiated with the . Justice department in an Effort to Reform police practices and policies with the police decree. Originally a lot of protest came when Gates name surfaced. Gates has served time but has come out and is doing Good work in the Corr Unity. He has even become a pastor of a Church where he will be celebrating his one year anniversary this week. A we know them to be honorable people and people who have paid their dues and have done great work in the Community in terms of serving a particular focus a a said Cleveland mayor Frank Jackson. A few Calls came into the Call amp Post about Gates stating he served his time for the crime. . Attorneys Steve Dettelbach said he feels the selection panel is representative of our Community As a whole and an accomplishment. The creation of the commission is one of several moves the City negotiated with the . Justice department in an Effort to Reform police practices and policies. After much prayer and wanting to do the right see panel/5c Cuba will not return Assata shakur to . Assata shakur by Kush Azrael staff earlier this month president Barack Obama announced the opening of a cuban embassy in Washington and a . Embassy in Havana Cuba. This comes after decades of hostile relations Between the two countries. The Obama administration began a move to normalize relations with Cuba South Carolina removes Symbol of oppression by Amber Byrd contrib ming writer on Friday july 10 South Carolina removed the Confederate Battle Flag from its Capitol closing the chapter of a backwards Era. Waving in front of the state House for More than 50 years the Flag was raised in the 1960s during the South a pro segregation stance. Since then Confederate flags hanging in several states have had the same Protection As the United states Flag in regards to desecration and burning. The presence of the Flag in american states has been an ongoing debate for decades. For african americans the Confederate Flag symbolizes slavery oppression and racism deep rooted in Southern mentality. However some White southerners such As the group a sons of Confederate veterans believe the Flag is a Symbol of their heritage and an important artefact from their ancestry. In a voting on wednesday july 8, South Carolina state senators voted 36-3 in favor of the removal of the Flag. On thursday the proposed Bill was Given to South Carolinas House of representatives see South/5c 2 it if a the panellists were named to select the new Community police commission at the Federal courthouse tuesday july 7. Pan exists joining in the portrait with . Attorney Steven Dettenbach and Cieve and mayor Frank Jackson from clockwise left Are Victor Ruiz Corieen Cotter Ronn Richard Phyliis Harris the Rev. Jawanza Coivin Gabrie iia Celeste Alex Johnson Eugenia Cash Rev. Jimmy Gates Zion Hili missionary Baptist Church who resigned after picture was taken and Anita Gray other pan exist Timothy tramble was not present. North Central correctional institution sold Ohio becoming Model for prison privatization in june of 2013. After nine meetings the opening of embassies is latest news in those relations. However sen. Marco Rubio Rel says he will Block the nomination of an ambassador to Cuba unless certain requirements Are met. One of those requirements is the return of fugitives Given Safe Haven in Cuba most notably Assata shakur formally Joanne Chesimard. Cuba has said that under no circumstances will it return shakur Back to . Custody. Shakur a member of the Black Panther party and later the Black liberation army is accused of killing a new Jersey state trooper in 1973. She was convicted of see cuba75c by Rhonda Crowder last month Ohio lawmakers approved legislation authorizing the Sale of North Central correctional institution in Marion making this the second prison to be sold to a private company in four years. The recent passage of House Bill 238 allows for the Sale of North Central As Well As Turtle Creek Center in Lebanon the Only state owned Halfway House and several other pieces of state owned property. It also states that the Marion facility must remain a prison and the department of administrative services shall conduct a Sale of the real estate by sealed proposal sealed bid auction or Public auction. A there is no longer a reason for the state to own the property the facility is located on a said state rep. Barbara Sears a Toledo Republican who co sponsored the Bill during a phone interview on monday. According to Sears because a private entity is currently operating the facility it does no to make sense for the state to hold on to it. She believes a private sector business can operate it less expensively than the state causing the state to save Money. Its being reported that the state still owes $10.4 million for the construction and activation of North Central in 1994 and needs $33 million for Upkeep. Sears also said Money from the Sale will be spent on re entry initiatives designed to reduce the recidivism rates and she would rather use the saved dollars for taking care of prisoners. When asked if she thinks this is Best for the state As Well As the inmates she said a a it a the right thing to do. If i can use More dollars to help inmates get Back into the Community to me those Are dollars better North Central opened in 1994 and has been privately operated by management and training corporation since 2011. As of june 2014, the facility houses 2718 inmates about 120 percent of capacity. Because their contract runs through june 30, 2017, management and training corporation will continue to operate North Central. Sears said they can submit a bid to Purchase if they so choose. Sears also explained that the state will maintain authority Over the inmates. In fact the state will have to pay the new owner to House and care for inmates. She noted that the state can get the facility Back if the buyer is unable to fulfil the terms of the agreement. Rep. Kathleen Clyde a Kent opposed the Sale of the North Central correctional institution and the Turtle Creek Center. She thinks prison privatization is the wrong direction for the state. In a statement on her Ohio legislation webpage she uses the Sale of Lake Erie correctional institution in Conneaut As an example. Lake Erie the first state owned prison to be sold to a private company in the nation went for $73 million in 2011. A the results have been disastrous. Since this Sale 18 months ago there have been 248 Security complaints compared to 157 such complaints in the eleven years prior. Also after the Sale the facility immediately added 300 More Beds and has suffered serious overcrowding problems and hazardous conditions for inmates and workers. A a Sears thinks the Selling of Lake Erie was a Good for us to get our feet Clyde also said private prison management companies have bad track records in Ohio. And corrections corporation of America Cha who bought Lake Erie has also been at the Center of controversy surrounding mismanagement and scandal. A for example. Corrections corporation of America was fined $500,000 by the state because of a 300 percent increase in prisoner on staff assaults and a 187.5 percent increase in prisoner on prisoner assaults. See prison/5c cos gop leaders meet about economic sustainable growth in Urban centers Washington do. Republican policy makers Are often criticized for not understanding or supporting policies that reflect All of America particular our Urban centers. That changed when a bipartisan group of Over 55 Black Ceon so suite executives came to Washington do wednesday july 8 to participate in the committee of 40�?Ts Black ceo a suite Summit with Republican congressional leaders. The founding advisory Board member also met on february 12 2015 with House majority Leader Kevin Mccarthy. William Pickard former vice chair of the Michigan Republican party ceo of the automotive group and cd Jordan founder of the committee of 40, gop strategist convened the Fly in. The event was titled a an Opportunity Agenda towards economic and sustainable growth in Urban centers a Republican policy makers have been the leaders in parental Choice in education and As president Nixon stated Black Power is Black business said or. successful Ceon a and Black Enterprise top 100 executives or. William Pickard automotive group Lac i Robert l. Wright Sentel al and Steve Hightower Hightower Petroleum Lac of opened the Summit and provided tips along with business advice on How to survive and in a successful business. Executives had the Opportunity to hear from House majority Leader Kevin Mccarthy Ca and House Republican conference chair Cathy Mcmorris Rogers a who listened to the concerns of the executives and shared their vision for America. Congressional leaders such As rep. Steve Stivers of rep. Bob Dold in rep. Carlos Curbelo al rep. Jim Bridenstine of rep. Bradley Byrne al listened and see gop/5c Black clergy to Host luncheon the african american clergy of cd Evrand and the Region will Host an Intro fiction luncheon at 11 30 . Thursday july 30 for the new Call amp Post Leacer Klameth Miller at greater Abyssinia Baptist Church the Rev. Get a. . Caviness is the senior pastor. Fifty ministers Are exacted to a Trad. Faaa Rio a is tiv h i i wed 1 7m wed thur8 st7 70/5is 77/67 85/70 89/71 Sun 87/73

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