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25 Nov 2015

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Call and Post (Newspaper) - November 25, 2015, Cleveland, OhioOhio a Black news Leader november 25, 2015 it december 1, 2015 vol. 99 no. 47 18 pages a 11800 Shaker blvd., Cleveland Ohio 44120 a copyright 2015, Don King holdings in Imi amm Jyh Milutis by Rhonda Crowder staff re Orter recognized for about 19 years now november is National adoption month. Like other cause designated months it started in 1976, As a week when Massachusetts governor Michael Dukakis announced an adoption week in his state to promote awareness of the need for adoptive families for children in Foster care. In 1984, president Ronald Regan proclaimed the first National adoption week president Bill Clinton expanded it to the entire month in 1996 then develop a technological plan to assist with placements in 1998 and in 2008, president George w. Bush provided an explanation of the financial compensation once they Tura 18 years of age. At the Point Many Are told they have to Start paying rent or leave. Consequently this population find themselves homeless incarcerated or in prison. Mevinee Gilmore an advocate for Foster cared adoption knows the stories far too Well. She a a rarity among the 2 percent of youth who age out to go graduate College or Trade school. She holds a bachelors of Liberal arts in social work from Cleveland state University. A i went to College for a place to stay a Gilmore said who spent five years in Foster care from age 13 to 18. She moved through 13 placements ranging from mental health hospitals and group Homes to month in Spanish. A private residences which yet despite history cause her to attend five Rich with presidential support there a no Overly publicized walk run luncheons a extravagant galas or even coloured ribbons that bring awareness to National adoption month comparable to the fanfare around others even though the need for adoptive families for children in Foster care is still great. This year the focus of National adoption month is on older youth adoption fax m Foster care. Now you May be wondering Why this is of concern to us african americans. Well lets put it like this. Whether you realize it or not african american children make up approx Imp Tely 70 percent of All children in Foster care. According to , teens Ages 15 to 18 make up five percent of the Foster care population comprised of 84,778 youths. And because its More difficult to find placements for older children these youth end up a aging out of the system. A aging out is a term used when a youth leaves a formal system of care designed to provide services below a certain age level. And typically if they Are Palacol in someone a Home that Foster Parent no longer receives different schools within that tim Frame. She aged out in 2002. A but i had nowhere to stay during Breaks. I was homeless sleeping in my she credits her resiliency support and vision for a better life As the reason she did no to become one of the 71 percent of girls who become teenage mothers before age 21 or among the 36 percent who goes to jail. The numbers of those who enter human trafficking Are increasing As Well. Last year in Cuya hoga county 120 teens aged out. Knowing the statistics and understanding the ramifications As she seen firsthand that Many done to fare As Well Gilmore a goal is to make this conversation More mainstream. A this is a population that affects everyone a she said. A but its not talked about its no Surprise that african american children experience lower adoption rate than other races and ethnic ties considering the challenges we be faced As a Community Over the last 40 years with Onset of crack cocaine and mass incarceration. See adopt/5a Ink it Daby Cousin of slain Tamir s at a rally monday asking for Cuya hoga Cindy in of cuter ten thy j. Mcginty to recuse i Nidolf from Che Onig Goldsby Tad i Effort Ito Daliy Arnore than 200,000 petitions to office. Photo by James w. Wade iii now is the time for the nation to fulfil its Promise women must have equal rights. Quot men their rights and nothing More women their rights and nothing less. A Susan b. Anthony Quot Equality before the Law without distinction of sex or sojourner truth breaking news can headline Quot women in Isis area Are nothing Quot what Are the women Here in american area by Don King Call amp Post publisher two Hundred thirty nine years ago Abigail Adams wrote her husband John Adams Quot i desire you would remember the ladies and be More generous and favourable to them than your ancestors. Do not put such unlimited Power into the hands of the husbands. Remember All men would be tyrants if they could that your sex Are naturally tyrannical is a truth so thoroughly established As Community Calls for Mcginty to step Down in Tamir Rice Case slip my a i to admit of no dispute. A she went on to say Quot Why then not put it out of the Power of the vicious and the Lawless to use us with cruelty and indignity with impunity. Men of sense in All Ages abhor those customs which treat us Only Asnithe vassals of your sex. Re Gard us then As beings placed by Providence under your Protection and in imitation of the supreme being make use of that Power Only for our happiness. A in this Abigail lays out the misguided Way of life system for White women a enslavement and control along with the women a desire to be a free equal perfect human being the struggle continues. What women Are the Here in Don King Cali amp Post publisher american area Elizabeth Cady Stanton declaration of sentiments and resolutions women a rights convention held at Seneca Falls 19-20 july 1848. The Torch of women a Freedom resolved that woman As Many a equal was intended to be so by the creator and the highest Good of the race demands that she should be recognized As such. The struggle continues the fight goes on for women a rights and Equality for the next Hundred and sixty five years. What Are the women Here in american area Freedom hero Inez Milholland Bois Sedain a cry Quot president Wilson How Long must How Long must How Long must women wait for Liberty Quot she collapsed october 23, 1916 while giving a see nation/3a who is Jenean Hampton 6n� of Many prot stars Cam to tha Clevaland Justica Cantar on nov. 23, asking for Cuya hoga county Proa actor tim Mcginty to tap Down. Jamaa w. Wada iii by James w. Wade iii staff Over a year ago Young Tamir Rice was shot and killed by Cleveland police officer Timothy Loehmann at Caddell recreation Center. On the actual Day of the shooting activists and members of Rice a family delivered petitions demanding Cuya hoga county prosecutor Timothy j. Mcginty a recuse himself from the Case. �?o1 will continue to stand and fit for Justice for my. Cousin Day in and Day out. I plan on being Down Here demanding the recusal of prosecutor Mcginty from Tamiris Case. I will not Stop until he Steps Down a said Latonya Goldsby at a press conference in front of the Justice Center. Ellen Herans organized the rally and and collect Etc More i than 200,000 signed petitions calling for Mcginty see Tamir/5a by Cherylyn Harley Lebon Urban news service Kentucky is poised to inaugurate its first african american woman to statewide office Jenean Hampton a and she is a Republican. Her dramatic life Story has taken her from air Force Blue to the Bluegrass states second highest position. She will be sworn in As Kentucky spew lieutenant governor on dec. 8. Chosen As gov a mor elect Matt Bevin stunning mate the pair Iwon 53 percent to 44 percent beating Democrat Jack Conway and his running mate Sannie Overly i a political Novice and Tea party activist Hampton had unsuccessfully run for a seat in the Kentucky House of representatives in 2014. That bid however taught her a lot about the importance of applying a personal touch to running a Campaign. A i Learned to write radio ads create mailers conduct precinct analysis and visited Over 10,000 Homes a she tells Urban news service. She even left Handwritten notes for voters who were away when she knocked on their doors. A sorry 1 missed you a they read. Hampton a attention to detail and her ability to manage everything from Start to finish Are skills that she Learned Early in life and maintained throughout her career. Born in Detroit mich., 57 years ago Hampton a parents divorced when she was 7. Her Mother Marie Hampton supported four girls. Hampton watched her Mother who never graduated from High school struggle to make ends meet. Marie wanted a better life for her girls. A my Mother made Good choices a Hampton says. One of those choices Hampton recalls happened during the 1967 Detroit riots. With violence erupting All around them her Mother made sure her daughters stayed indoors. Amid the chaos her mothers Friend brought stolen groceries to their Home. Although they needed the food Marie refused the offer. The store owners were honest people who gave her store credit when she was broke. That experience see Jenean/5a Jenean Hampton 1 1 wed thurs Fri sat Sun 1 58/46 60/54 57/30 47/35 45/41 ,

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