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Call and Post (Newspaper) - October 21, 2015, Cleveland, OhioA a it a Ohio s Black news Leader october 21, 2015 october 27, 2015 vol. 99 no. 42 18 pages a 11800 Shaker blvd., Cleveland Ohio 44120 a editorial copyright 2015, Don King holdings we say West on Issue a i f to a t u. T co h a o co m z .�15 it a if m o a z a of a Jav d 0� Yas we stand on the precipice of the nov. 3, general election the states electorate has an unprecedented Opportunity to cast a vote on the legalization of marijuana in Ohio for recreational use by adults 21 and Over and its Legal use for medical purposes. A a a yes vote for Issue 3 will Benefit the Black Community on three main Points. First and Foremost it will by Law eliminate much of the racial Bias inherent in arresting the multitude of Young Black men for possessing Small amounts of marijuana. While statistics show that the use of marijuana among Blacks and it ites Are roughly equal. Blacks Are almost four times More Likely to be arrested for Possession. The War on marijuana is a facade proven by the racial disparity of the arrests and convictions. The so called War on marijuana has failed to affect its sales or usage it has Only promoted the routine incarceration of predominantly Young Black men. When an ounce of marijuana no longer becomes illegal contraband it also no longer becomes a probable cause for police to profile detain search and arrest Young Black men. Issue 3 will stimulate economic improvements by James w. Wade iii staff reporter legalizing marijuana in Ohio will give businessmen and women Many opportunities to take part in this new Industry. Ohioans can own and operate retail stores make marijuana infused products like lotions sprays drinks and yes even baked goods. Legalizing marijuana on a Federal level would provide economic benefits for the United states in the billions precisely at a time when the Federal Economy needs a major boost. Its not just the feds however who would Benefit legalization would provide top Down economic improvements in local see Issue/5a the ballot is the Power we must unite by Don King Call amp Post publisher october 20, 2015 for clarification purposes in the context of this system we want to distinguish two forms of concentric slavery that exist in America under this misguided Way of life system of White supremacy the reference of the White woman who is also enslaved and people of color the people of color is inclusive of everyone the children Mother the father the Grandfather grandmother. Slave a it ought to be possible in Short for every american to enjoy the privilege of being american without regard to its race or its Don King Call amp Post publisher color. In Short every american ought to have the right to be treated As he or she would wish to be treated As one would wish his children to be treated. But this is not the Case. We preach Freedom around the world and we mean it and we cherish our Freedom Here at Home see power/3a a look at the life of Christopher Kimble by Kush Azrael staff reporter the family of Christopher Kimble or. Says he was a very a a genuine and a fun Loving Man. Kimble was struck and killed by an East Cleveland police Cruiser who according to witness r Christoph for Kimble with son Christian is did not have its overhead lights on two weeks ago. Kimble was the Only son Only grandson and Only brother. In fact his grandmother would often Call him a my especially when statistics show that their White Counte arts Are not corralled in this manner. Not to mention that the number of Black people in need of the medicinal benefits of marijuana wont have to risk Timeir lives or livelihood trying to score a Street Comer a dime secondly the benefits of medical marijuana have been Well attested to throughout our Community. Topping the list of ailments known to be made manageable by marijuana Are glaucoma epileptic seizures anxiety alzheimer a disease. Multiple sclerosis muscle spasms inflammatory Bowel diseases arthritis and Lupus. If any of us or our loved ones could find Legal Relief on any level from the debilitating pain brought on by any one of these maladies the Pas Sage of Issue 3 is Well Worth a a a yes Check at the ballot Box. Not Many of us would chose to sit in silence and suffer through excruciating pain unnecessarily when it has been proven that marijuana can be affordably and legally available to ease that pain. Last but not least Are the vast financial gains to the state of Ohio in taxes and the Many opportunities of marijuana As a Legal Industry. We suggest that Black people do to Weir due Diligence As to the Many ways they can economically Benefit from this if Issue 3 passes. Responsible Ohio has stated that under its plan More than 1,100 business licenses will be available to the Public for those who want to be a part of this emerging Industry. We say yes on Issue 3, and no to Issue 2 lady scarabs in the House perennial Senate basketball powerhouse East tech lady scarabs and coaches pay a visit to the Call amp Post while gearing up for a new season. Staff photo by James w. Wade iii activists nudge Cleveland a transgender restroom debate he had a birthday coming up on nov. 7, he would have turned 23. He is the son of Latoya Caesar and Christopher Kimblesr. Kimble graduated from the Cleveland metropolitan school District and was getting ready to go to Job corps to take up culinary arts. He loved to Cook. Oftentimes he would Cook for the whole family. Although he May have reserved a larger portion for himself he made sure everybody ate and got full. Kimble wanted to be a chef. He wanted his own restaurant and specialized in seafood. However he had other hobbies like your everyday 22 year old. Kimble loved to dance and listen to music. He liked to play games and he was also into Art. He really could draw according to the family. He also loved to travel he had Only been Home two weeks from new Orleans when he was killed. Kimble was the Type that would help you out if you were in need. He had see life/5a by Rhonda. Crowder st for Pqrter the Rev. Macarthur Flournoy theologian author preacher and director for Faith partnerships and mobilization for the human rights Campaign spent time in Cleveland last week meeting with politicians and the Faith based Community to discuss pending legislation to Amend the City a nondiscrimination ordinance to accommodate the transgender Community. Established in 2009, the City a non discrimination ordinance provides protections for the lbt lesbian Gay bisexual transgender Community in employment housing and non discrimination protections. But before the ordinance passed legislators included a provision that continued to allow private businesses to exclude transgender persons from using a restroom or locker room. Initially introduced by councilmen Joe Cimper Man and Matt zone last year this pending amendment will allow people to use the restroom that match their gender identity. Once passed places of Public accommodation can to discriminate in offering goods and services based on ones gender identity or expression and could face $1000 Fine if found guilty. However Council is yet to vote on the amendment. Its been stated they wanted More information from other Ohio cities who have adopted this Protection. During an interview with the Call and Post Flournoy said he was met with support from those he encountered while in Cleveland including City Council members majority whip Phyllis Cleveland and president Kevin Kelly. Flournoy also said he believes its important to make Clear what the Bill is not. A the Bill does no to Call for the building of new restrooms. It Cost nothing to business owners and does no to affect the Faith Community. It also does not affect schools a he said. It simply allows people to use the restroom according to their chosen gender identity. Flournoy As the Ordi Nance currently stands sees it As a Clear form of discrimination saying it is a not just nor consistent with Faith he also pointed out the degree of violence african american transgender women face and stated that 84 percent of transgendered people experience some form of discrimination resulting in an emotional affect. A this is a matter of safety a said Flournoy. A transgendered persons should be Able to go in the restroom and feel Safe. Your body has opponents of the amendment says it poses a danger fearing it will allow non transgender men who dress like women and commit crimes Access to the women a room. Flournoy said 12 cities who have adopted the Protection sent letters to mayor Frank Jackson stating they have had no incidences. See debate/5a Happy 105th to Maizie Gladys Walcott with her Mother Maizie Faye Russell Center who turned 105 years old and her other daughter Sanbonita Sandy Best. See Story on 5a. Photo by James w. Wade iii a Noki eat a Post a . I,.<k wed Fri thur mum 67/57
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