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Call and Post (Newspaper) - June 24, 2015, Cleveland, OhioOr. Dexter Easley preaches to a crowd gathered outside the Emanuel ame Church during a prayer service by the National clergy Council saturday june 20, 2015, in Charleston . Clergy from around the country led prayers and words of Hope to the people in attendance. A photo Stephen b. Morton _ by James w. Wade Iii staff reporter nine people died As a result of a hate crime last week at a historic predominantly Black Church in Charleston . During a prayer service. It is reported that the gunman stood up one hour into service to announce that he was there to kill Black people. Charleston police chief Greg Mullen said eight people were found dead inside after the shooting unfolded around 9 . At the Emanuel . Church. Two others were rushed to the Hospital where one died. This is the deadliest mass shooting in the United states since 12 people were killed inside the Washington Navy Yard in september 2013. The alleged gunman identified As Dylann roof 21, was arrested in North Carolina at a traffic Stop. This tragic event touched Home in Cleveland. Susie Jackson 87, was one of the nine murdered in Charleston wednesday night. She leaves behind her Only child Walter Jackson. Walter and his wife Ellenora live in Cleveland and Are members of St. James . Church on Cedar ave. They went to Charleston thursday morning to help identify the body but their son and his Church held a Vigil for thursday to let them know that they Are praying for them 750 Miles away. A i was just at the gym and my mom called me to Tell me what happened a said Walters son Timothy Jackson. Their family is now Tom apart by the news. A my 8-year-old daughter has been feeling it the most. She was really close to my grandmother so she has been crying All the Call amp Post was at St. James a. M. E. Vigil and talked to the pastor Rev. Charles Lucas. Apart from Susie they also lost two cousins and two close friends. Lucas even knew some of the Othef victims. A i personally knew two of the ministers in Charleston As Well so we Are All reeling from this terrible thing that happened a he said. Lucas said the Church families Are tied together and that several members Here have even gone to visit the deceased Jackson. A whenever we would go to Charleston she would Cook those South carolinian dishes a Lucas said. The tone of Lucas voice became soft before revealing How sad this is for him. A she came to visit for graduation and just to see her laughing and smiling. Its hard. She saw my kids gave them a birthday card for next year and just told him to save it in Case she does no to see them again a Timothy added. People from All around Are commenting on this shooting. A there is no greater act of cowardice than to enter a Church sit among the worshippers for Over an hour and then shoot and kill 9 of the people in that Sanctuary stopping Only to reload. Did the shooter know or care that the pastor of that african methodist episcopal Church Clementa see Church/3c East Cleveland barely holding on Norton still talks merger by James w. Wade Iii staff reporter the City of East Cleveland has certainly had its troubles for the last few years including their financial problems. In a Call amp Post interview with Ohio auditor David Yost he said the City is making payroll. At the close of 2014, East Cleveland had problems making payroll and even closed the City for one Day a week. By Law cities Are required to segregate Money in separate accounts for specific purposes. In the Case of East Cleveland it had enough Money collectively in its accounts to pay the employees but it was earmarked toward other expenditures. Yost said the City has to pay off $3.5 million dollars and must adhere to All the guidelines in their recovery plan. If East Cleveland tries to do something outside of the plan the auditor has the right to take them to court. The City in the past has been drawing from various accounts an action which was not sanctioned by the state financial oversight committee working with the City which will Likely result in citations in the City a next audit. Yost said. A the Start of a new year did no tend the Money crunch. There Are a lot of concerns there a Yost said. Revenue from the City a income taxes will funnel in Over the course of the year. Real estate taxes collected twice a year have not been billed yet. The City could borrow against its local government funding but that does no to address the underlying financial problem. When asked about them paying their Bills the answer was Clear from Yost. See East/3c Ohio lawmakers fight a Pink tax on feminine products by Rhonda Crowder staff reporter sometimes being a woman sucks. Seriously lets think about it. Compared to men we Are physically weaker. Historically we were considered property and subjected to their Rule. We were denied education nor could we own property or vote. Once we managed to secure some Basic human rights and began to enter the workforce men kept us under thumb by paying us less Money for the same work. Now we re discovering the a Pink the Pink tax you ask yes the a Pink tax has been describes As the extra Cost of goods and services targeted to women As opposed to men. For example a five pack of razors sold to women May Cost $1 More in comparison to those sold to men. It typically Cost women an additional $2 to dry clean a shirt. We All knew women pay More for Auto mechanics than men. And feminine products Are a bit pricey. Tie Saddest part about the a Pink tax a the fair majority of women never heard of it yet a recent breakdown of essential feminine Hygiene Cost finds the a Pink tax Cost women an average $1773 Over a lifetime. A women Only earn 77 percent compared to their male counterparts in Ohio but Are forced to spend a significant amount of their wages on these essential healthcare products a said rep. Emilia Sykes a Akron who along with other Ohio democratic legislators spoke out against the tax this past monday in the ladies gallery of the Ohio statehouse. Sykes and rep. Greta Johnson a Akron Are sponsoring the Bill. A the a Pink tax is an additional Burden placed on women that intensifies the gender wage Gap and makes preventative healthcare for women More expensive a said Sykes in a press release issued by the Ohio House democratic caucus. During a phone interview with Sykes she explained the a Pink tax does not necessarily mean women pay More for feminine Hygiene products As oppose to the ability to classify those products As non taxable items like food since they Are essential to a woman a survival. See Ohio/3c Church shooting victims included top left to right Ethel Lance Jywanza Sander and Cynthia Hurd. Middle left to right Rev. Depayne Middleton doctor Rev. Clementa Pinckney and Susie Jackson. Bottom left to right Myra Thompson Rev. Daniel Simmons or. And Rev. Sharonda Singleton. B i r wed Thors Fri sat l 77/53i 68/63 74/62 77/60 Sun 74/57 face Boc Alt and sos1 a Lisp in 1 i a go ii i a b 4 t 7 9 "1 1 5 1 it a j countdown to established 1916 june 24, 2015 june 30, 2015 title town Browns exhibit closes be Page in my mag see Page so Ohio v Black news Leader a a Stone soul picnic Drew thousands two Miles to beat breast cancer see Pace 1 cat t yol. 99 n 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 the voice of the people All Ohio edition copyrights 201s, Don King Church shooting hits close to he

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