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18 Nov 2015

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Call and Post (Newspaper) - November 18, 2015, Cleveland, OhioOhio a Black news Leader Calpos november 18, 2015 november 24, 2015 vol. 99 no. 46 18 pages a 11800 Shaker blvd., Cleveland Ohio 44120 a copyright 2015, Don King holdings i a o a h. S terror in Paris panic at to = a t. A i u. T by Felicia c. Haney staff a Pqrter Friday the 13th of november was definitely a Freaky one for folks in Paris France. As an act of normality Many ventured out at the end of the work week looking to unwind Over dinner catch a concert or see the big soccer match going on Between France and Germany. As an act of terrorism a combination of eight gunmen and suicide bombers went on a killing spree from Stade de France where the soccer match was held to the bad to clan theater where an american music band played and a string of restaurants bustling with patrons in Between. One Cleveland Man kept his eyes glued to the screen and fingers to the phone As he watched footage of the attacks in Awe while frantically trying to get his wife who was out at a dinner party in a restaurant in Paris on the phone. But there was no answer. As a member of famed rap group lords of the underground Anthony a adj lord jazz Colston the aforementioned Cle Velander holds status As one of hip Hopes legendary djs. That status has taken him around the world and Back including a performance at the now infamous bad to clan concert theater. In fact he spent More than a decade living in Paris. Its where he met his wife cd line and where both of their two children were bom Gloria and Jaden. Given the changing political environment of France and Anthonys desire to reconnect with his family across the big Pond the Colston family made a decision to relocate to Cleveland about a year ago. Their love Story with Paris was far from Over. Their daughter Gloria her fathers apprentice and a product of hip hop who Tours the world As a 10-year-old rapper do under the Moniker do Glo landed a starring role in the film a two is a family that a been shooting in Paris since August. So imagine Anthonys dismay when he heard terrorists were shooting in Paris where he had just left his family after a visit a few weeks ago. A i had just come off a tour Over there a Anthony said securely Back in the states. A so my Man from Belgium called me up when he heard of the attacks to see if i was still there. That was the first i heard of glad he answered the phone receiving the information was Only half the Battle. Getting his wife on the phone was not so easy. Keeping a Cool head via a Pep talk to himself that everything was Fine was soon in tempted by a Skype video Call from his daughter who along with her brother was being babysat at grandmas House in Paris not far at see Paris/5a Rescue workers and victims in the 10th District of Paris. At East 120 people were i died in a series or attacks around the City. Jacques Brinon a outspoken Black democrats Are feeling the a Berne and ready for a Sanders revolution by Stephanie Phelps contributing writer Cleveland Ohio democratic presidential hopeful Bemie Sanders was in town to gamer sup the a woman the Mother of humanity must have a equal rights yesterday today and tomorrow Quot the cause of the slave has been peculiarly woman a cause. A Frederick Douglass by Don King cull amp Post up msgr a Large number of women supported abolition and most men believed it was women a High moral standards and their tender hearts that the two monumental Reform movements came into being. The abolition of slavery and women a suffrage the two movements inescapably tied together both sought to secure the american Promise of lib erty and Equality for All people. Abolition was the Mother of the suffrage Don King Call amp Post publisher movement. Now is the time for the nation to fulfil its Promise. We the people White and Black alike should never forget the woman. Because of her courage and High moral standards and her tender heart she defied the evil misguided Way of life system of slavery during a time when social standing race and gender defined a persons place in society. Courageous women were involved in the common see equal/3a port in his bid for the White House. According to Cleveland state University Security staff about 6,000 people showed up at the Holstien Center to hear Sanders talk about what he considers to be top issues facing the . At the Start of the rally an aide urged those in attendance to sign petitions to get the 5,000 remaining signatures needed for Sanders name to appear on the Ohio ballot a we need to put Bernie on the ballot in All 50 states a he urged. Prominent and outspoken former Ohio state senator Nina Turner led the audience in an almost deafening chant of a enough is enough is enough a As a ringing endorsement in support of Bemie Sanders a photo Michael Dwyer Sanders Agenda for the working poor and the Middle class not just billionaires. Comparing the candidates political Agenda to a Good workout at the gym Turner told the audience a a in a feeling the Berne and a a it a time for a political revolution a before introducing the . Senator from Vermont As a a Public servant for our times and the next president of the United states. As he took to stage Sanders talked see dems/5a the local clergy ask for Mcginty to step aside in Tamir Rice Case the Urban league of greater Cleveland celebrating 25 years of equal Opportunity Day by Marsha a. Moc Kafkee Ulic president / ceo we appreciate this on Prunity during this 25�?o Celebration of our equal Opportunity Day to provide you an up close and personal look at the state of the Urban league of a Cater Cleveland five years into this administration. In spite of shrinking resources and the Strain of organizational debt inherited in 2009, the Ulic has found creative and Irmo native ways to continue bringing Quality services and outcomes to the Community we arc dedicated to serve. There Are five key Cornerstones that have made this Success possible 1 a dedicated Board. Senior advisor and management team determined to move the league s Agenda Forward in spite of the obstacles a re us 2 building and restoring conf Detke with key leadership among All stakeholder groups. Focused credibility building with founders local county state and Federal governmental entities i exploring common sense solutions to building debt and other fiscal challenges 4 a Loyal and committed staff holding the line on Quality service delivery through internal controls and external accountability and 5 effectively developing equity partnerships with synergistic Organiza tons with parallel missions. Putting a laser focus on our service delivery strategy shown below we have been Able to adt fress new target populations with existing services and grow and expand upon existing services through new enhancements. We Are constantly scanning the external environment to determine new trends and innovations in the areas of workforce development education and youth development and entrepreneurship to determine where adjustments in service delivery arc needed to Tay relevant and Community responsive. To must be More nimble in our responses than latter bureaucratic systems to get needed support and services to individuals on die ground who Are in dire need. The Ulic is an economic first responder in this Community see Urban a by James w. Wade iii staff reporter Cleveland Public voice has grown very restless with the Lack of action coming from the Cuya hoga county prosecutors office in the handling of the Tamir Rice Case. For Over a year there has been an outcry for Justice. Recently a diverse group of pastors held a press conference at the Olivet institutional Baptist Church and asked for prosecutor tim Mcginty to move out the Way and let Justice prevail. They sent a letter to Mcginty saying they believe the Public Trust has been compromised they also stated the investigation in Rice a death took too Long. A we respectfully re quest the Cuya hoga prosecutor step aside a Rev. Or. Jawanza Colvin said. This group joins a list of others who have been asking for Mcginty recuse himself the prosecutors office has said the investigation on the Case continues and it will be up to the grand jurors to determine if any should be to the the indictments issued. A we Are Here address the Issue of judicial process or Legal process that leads us to the consideration of innocence or guilt. The prosecutor in Cuya hoga see local/5a Rev. Jawanza Colvin and various clergy members held a press conference at the Olivet institutional Baptist Church asking for Cuya hoga county prosecutor tim Mcginty to recuse himself from the Tamir Rice Case. Photo by James w. Wade iii 1 map 1 wed thurs Fri sat Sun 1 68/51 55/35 53/39 47/31 32/27

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