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10 Jun 2015

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10 Jun 2015

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Call and Post (Newspaper) - June 10, 2015, Cleveland, OhioA a Wilder Molina a �3 at v w or i 5� o o cd w a it a see sports Page 1c Call a Post Salute to excellence in education Tab inside june 10, 2015 june 10, 2015 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 Call amp vol. 99 no. A 2 it the voice of the people All Ohio edition copyright 2015, Don King hold demanding Justice for Tamiris Mur r to a a h m o tit o z by Cri in 3 a Ltd it. By James w. Wade Iii staff reporter eight clergy members and Community activists filed court papers tuesday seeking the arrest of two Cleveland police officers involved in the november shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice. The Rev. Or. Jawanza Colvin pastor of Olivet institutional Baptist Church Bakari Kitwana or. Rhonda Williams social Institute at Case Western Reserve University de Little expert in the area of criminal and juvenile Justice Joe worthy children a defense fund Rev. Or. . Vernon senior pastor of the word Church Julia Shearson Council on american islamic relations Cleveland chapter and Community activist Rachel Smith rounded out the eight. Standing beside them was Rice family attorney Walter Madison and Michael Nelson from the criminal department of the see Tamir Page 9a Rev. Jawanza Colvin Center with Rev. R. A. Vernon Center Lector. Rhonda Williams far Lef Bakari Kitwana and others stood representing the Cleveland eight at a press conference tuesday. The group filed court papers seeking the arrest of two Cleveland police officers involved in the november shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice. Photo by James w. Wade Iii if Chalk Linez witness gunned Down in driveway &ss2li a Law re Bumm Marque Tese Betts shakes hands with cd run a or. Marilyn Sanders Mobley social worker learns a education is a game changer by James w. Wade Iii staff reporter last week a murder took place in Warrensville Heights on Harvard Avenue the lingering effects of the Barbershop killings at Chalk Linez Barber shop. City officials said someone reported hearing gunfire just before 9 . Last thursday in the 19500 Block of Harvard Avenue. When police arrived they found a victim who suffered a gunshot wound. Douglas Shine or. Faces several charges after three were shot to death at Chalk Linez on feb. 5. Walter Lee Barfield 23, of Cleveland William Gonzalez 32, of Garfield Heights and Brandon White 31, of Warrensville Heights were killed. Warrensville Heights police chief Wesley Haynes previously said the suspect has a lengthy criminal record and police Are investigating possible gang affiliation and motives. It is believed that victim Aaron Ladson was supposed to testify about the shooting at Chalk Linez. Ladson the older brother of Brandon White 31, was killed in february along with two other men at Chalk Linez Barbershop 29-year-old Crystal Ladson said. The Barbershop is also on Harvard Road less than a mile from the Home where Aaron Ladson a married father of four was found dead. Crystal Ladson lives at the Home with her grandmother and was on her Way to school when the shooting happened. Aaron Ladson was a witness to the Barbershop shootings his Cousin said. She believes that May have had something to do with his death. Warrensville Heights mayor Brad Sellers said they believe the initial incident began somewhere outside Warrensville Heights but he and Haynes declined to provide More information. A a it a been really hard because our Community does no to go through incidents like this a Haynes said. The medical examiner said Barfield was dead at see Chalk Page 9a by Rhonda Crowder staff reporter a recipient of a $60,000 child welfare scholarship covering the full Cost of tuition through a partnership Between Case Western Reserve University and the Cuya hoga county department of children and family services Marque Tese Betts recently completed a masters in applied social science with a concentration in children youth and families. The program designed to improve children and families outcomes within vulnerable populations targets professionals working in the child welfare Field and provides them with professional development and Field experience. And for every year they fund the recipients education they Are expect to work in the Field. Betts found the experience to be completely enriching and life changing. A was i reflect on my graduate experience one of the questions that was asked when i did my final presentation was now that you be found your voice what will you use it for i thought about that and i Only want to use it to inspire. That a the purpose of my work and some of the achievements in be reached a she said. Betts work involves helping families move from crisis. She works to empower families by linking them with resources in the Community allowing them to move beyond troubling situations. Shell admit her first career interest was in nursing but she believes there a correlation Between nursing and social work they re both in the a helping a social work became a passion of mine As an undergraduate student. I found that rewarding and it Lead me to work at child see game Page 9a Don King appoints new leadership Ken Miller to run Call amp Post newspaper Cleveland Ohio Call amp Post publisher Don King held an emergency staff meeting saturday june 6, to make the major announcement of appointing Veteran journalist Kenneth d. Miller to oversee the 99-year-old Call amp Post newspaper. A in any language Kenny is the Boss. When you speak to Kenny you will be speaking to me and he has my Complete Confidence in restoring the Call amp Post to its rightful position As the Standard for Black newspapers a said King. Miller brings with him a wealth of experience particularly with the Black press having held every editorial position during the past 35 years with the los Angeles Sentinel newspaper. The los Angeles native arrived in Cleveland on june 5 and is relocating to the Region to assume authority of the newspaper. A there Are two reasons Why i decided to resign from the Sentinel and accept this challenging position a said Miller. A one was because of my fondness and relationship with Don King and two because there is no better time to be in the Call amp Post will usher in its Milestone 100-year anniversary in 2016, and it will be Miller who will be assembling Cleveland based organizations churches and elected officials to secure the Success of the historical occasion. The papers general manager Kevin heard stated a Ken Miller comes from a Long tradition of leadership and excellence in the realm of news especially As it pertains to serving the Black Community. He knows the Rich history and relationship Between this paper and its Reader ship. Millers directive is straight Forward a this paper will be the voice of the heard went on to say a was we move Forward Millers imprint will be seen throughout the state of Ohio and beyond. Our publisher Don King is dedicated to the Virtues goals and integrity of the Call amp Post and its functions As a Media source Ken Miller will be the conduit to see it through to enrolling Shaker Square Campus kindergarten 5thuniversity Circle Campus 6th -8th_qf"n preparatory Llu Vul schools nfdvoklrt4 strengthening our Community through Lanti i

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