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Call and Post (Newspaper) - July 29, 2015, Cleveland, OhioCountdown to family Unity in the Park features Stephanie Mills see Page in the curio Earl Joseph july 29, 2015 August 4, 291 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 Call amp see Page vol. 99 the voice of the people All Ohio edition it 0 s a i a a it copy to 2015 do Kii yith a not a moment its a Moven by Felicia c. Haney staff re Orter seeing a couple thousand bodies gathered in lecture Halls the student Union or spread out across the Yard is nothing new for Cleveland state University. They Are in the business of putting bodies in seats empowering minds and having folks leave out More knowledgeable than when they came. So Why it sound like the perfect place to Host the inaugural movement for Black lives conference when gathering empowering and informing Are All parts of their Mission the answer is As simplistic As it is complicated. Possibly because the reasons for it Are the same As the reasons against it. In a City As racially charged As Cleveland Ohio that has been at the Helm of Black and White issues driven by excessive police Force a conference of this magnitude could serve As a unifier for the City As Well As the National Black Community. Centrally located in the heart of the country Ohio was easily accessible for the hundreds who drove flew or were bused in fit of new Jersey new York Philadelphia st. Louis Atlanta Detroit and Indiana. A real meeting of the minds began As a Kum Bayah moment with open hearts and closed fists that scored one for the Black Community. But the flip Side of the Coin is less shiny rearing an ugly head. Although the movement set out to bring peace to a City that has certainly suffered from some civil Usu st the reason s it was chosen still remains True police Community relations Are not on the up and up and 72 hours was not about to change that. In fact it was around the 72-hour Mark that an rat police officer gave protesters a real Welcome to Cleveland when he decided to spice up what had been a relatively Calm conference Courtesy of a spewing can of Pepper Spray. As the conference came to a close participants witnessed police with a 14-year-old Black boy in Handcuffs at a bus shelter on Euclid ave. At e. 24th Street for what Many thought was a no apparent rat later said in a statement that a transit police officers on routine patrol peacefully removed a intoxicated 14-year old male from a bus. Police said the juvenile was intoxicated to the Point where he was Quot unable to care for himself As More spectators gathered growing the crowd of Black Power drunk activists police moved the teen into a Cruiser. Forming one giant Auto Bot the crowd locked arms and transformed into a Barrier keeping the deception Cruiser from getting through. In an see moment/3c Amos h. Lynch or. Remembered As trailblazer Community Leader Amos h. Lynch photo Courtesy of Columbus dispatch Shari Lewis Call and Post staff report Amos h. Lynch sr., former general manager of the Columbus edition of the Call and Post and a highly respected Community Leader and civil rights figure in Central Ohio died july 24 at age 90. Lynch was known As a the godfather of Columbus african american Community. Throughout his career he earned a reputation As a tireless advocate who worked to provide a voice for african americans who Kasich views time with Lehman Brothers As asset by Ike my Balogu contributing writer Columbus Ohio governor John Kasich has always been a political Maverick known for often speaking off the cuff in speeches and calling it like he sees it even on polarizing issues. Seemingly it has so far handsomely paid off for him. So Why Stop now that he is running for the White House against a Shoal of other candidates apparently he is not. Kasich fresh off his announcement at the Ohio state University that he is running for the president Oovi mor John Kasich of the United states delivered extemporaneously of course recently offered Strong hints that he is not about to Start tiptoeing through his views on issues facing the country now that he is running for president saying recently that he knows one word that exactly describes Why the Market crashed in 2008. appearing on no cd a meet the press last week Kasich blamed the 2008 housing crisis on the irresponsibility of a Wall Street and brokers that conned a people into thinking they could buy Homes that they a it was the packaging of All these mortgages a said Kasich who described the crisis As rooted in a balloon mortgages where you done to have to pay any principal and All you do is pay with that kind of Blunt views concerning the 2008 financial collapse it appears Kasich is gearing. Up for a fight and fiercely fortifying his defense against any or combination of his opponents who will take him to task concerning his role in the 2008 meltdown from his Brief affiliation with Wall Street As managing director at Lehman Brothers. It was also in 2008 that Lehman Brothers filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy. Kasich and his opponents 15 of them and counting Are now fiercely Scrimm aging to climb to the upper rung of candidates. Succeeding there is hugely important for two reasons. One that a one big Way to claim legitimacy As a candidate. But most importantly it helps qualify candidates for crucial primary debates the first of which will take place in Cleveland on August 6. Its very important to be on the stage. Only the top ten candidates determined by their performance in key polls or a combination of polls will be part of the debate. Kasich who is currently in the 4th place in a recent new Hampshire poll is hoping not to be left out of a debate scheduled to take place in his see Kasich/3c for Black lives were not reflected in the mainstream Media. In addition to being a journalism trailblazer. Lynch also was instrumental in form Ding the Martin Luther King or. Birthday breakfast an annual Celebration in Columbus that became the largest sit Down event in the nation commemorating the legendary civil rights Leader. Lynch was bom on july 5, 1925. He began his journalism career began in 1946 As a newspaper reporter with Ohio news. In 1962, he went on to become the first general manager of the Columbus Call and Post where he served As editor in chief for nearly 33 years. He also frequently worked in administrative capacities with other major african american news publications including the Ohio state news and the Ohio Sentinel. In 1995, Lynch started his own publication the Columbus Post see Amos/3c the above pictured document served As Cleveland a Black Book this past weekend and provided the movement for Black lives conference goers with an egg Reading of what was happening in the heart of the City. Photo by Desmond storm e Jones Juk alumni to celebrate schools 50th anniversary by James w. Wade iii John f. Kennedy High school in Cleveland Ohio will celebrate their 50th anniversary this year. John f. Kennedy a proud tradition of excellence was established in 1965 by the schools first principal or. George e. Mills and maintained by his predecessors. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of John f. Kennedy High school a formal red White and Blue gala is planned for sat., aug. 8, 2015 from 6 . To 1 . At the Terry Macklin event located at 1543 state route 303 in Streetsboro Ohio. Hubbs Groove will be the entertainment for the anniversary gala with former alumni speakers and a Host of other surprises. A we Are looking Forward to seeing everyone out at the event in August a said Robert Hubbard of Hubbs Groove. Juk alumni has been Active and on record with the state of Ohio since 1990 and has held several meetings to plan this gala. A this is an Opportunity for a diverse group of people who share something in common to come together a said Iris Johnston president of the Juk alumni association and event co chair. The committee comprised up of All classes has been Wor icing to plan a very exciting and outstanding evening that will include food fun and dancing. A we Are Selling the tickets fast and we asking everyone to Pur Chase your tickets now a she said. Johnston graduated in 1968 and held the alumni association together with attorney Earl Williams. Earlier in the year at a meeting conducted by Williams they elected the following officers Iris Johnston 68president Loretta Kirk Adair 70vice president Rita Hall Wright 71secretary and Cynthia Sullivan 73 As the treasurer. Sullivan who has always been involved in the finance area has been taking orders for the souvenir Book and ticket sales. Juk was the first City High school designed to have an assistant principals office on every floor. Its gym capacity was see jfk/3c Buckeye festival promotes Pride Amber Byrd contributing writer the Buckeye Shaker Square development corporation will Host its 20th annual Buckeye festival a summer of soul event. Closing the streets from 117th to 119th Street the event will Start on Friday july 31, 2015 at 5 . Friday will feature various local jazz artists such As Hubby a Groove Sherena Wynn and the up and coming group Blue tree. Along with the jazz performances there will be merchandise vendors food and informational Booths. Saturday aug. 1 at 11 . Is the Buckeye Parade. The Parade will showcase Stilt walkers from the Cleveland museum of Art along with dance and Drill teams from local schools and studios. The event is free and open to the Public. Festival organizer Victoria Dennis says she is most excited for the camaraderie. A people come together and come out and enjoy a she said. A we try to keep these festivals going because a lot of people done to have concert tickets or concert Money to go downtown. Our event is free and open to see Buckeye/3c 1 1 is thurs Fri is. It iii 1 Sun i 92/65 87/62 86/68 87/63 83/72 j
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