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Call and Post (Newspaper) - September 23, 2015, Cleveland, OhioOhio a Black news ii september 23, 2015 september 29, 2015 vol. 99 no. 38 16 pages a 11800 Shaker blvd., Cleveland Ohio 44120 a copyright 2015, Don King holding City outraged Over recent killing s Cleveland gets More than $1.8 million to hire More police by James w. Wade iii staff reporter five year old Ramon Burnett was killed sept. 14 and 3-year-old major Howard on sept. 15. This past weekend Cleveland week. A these actions Are not acceptable in in terms of violence Cleveland is being hit hard. Homicides Are increasing each week and with 93 for the year so far the City is on track to reach,1? i. F a Rev. Jimmy Gates with other clergy and civic leaders in the Community having a press conference about the violence that is so far out of hand in the City of Cleveland. Photo by James w. Wade ill saw five people killed and three others shot during a violent shooting spree. All of which has left the Community and even mayor Frank Jackson asking for it to Stop. A i do not want another child to die a said Jackson at a press conference last 100. Shootings have risen 30 percent in a year. A a it a terrible a said Cleveland police chief Calvin Williams. A a it a terrible and the people in this City know its terrible and they feel this Way and they be voiced their concern and voiced their Dis pleasure with what a going on. And As the mayor stated i think we re drawing a line in the at the Cleveland City comic in meeting held this past monday night councilmen Zack Reed Michael Polensek Kevin Conwell and Jeffrey Johnson whose wards have been plagued by these homicides proposed legislation to set aside $1 million from the City a $19 million Rainy Day fund to pay for police overtime. A was of june 10, the City of Cleveland had registered 40 murders and now three months later they have doubled a said Reed who has fought to up slice presence for a Long time. After the murders of the two babies Reed asked Jackson to give $1 million to pay for overtime and put More police officers in the neighbourhoods where gangs operate. A a what in a saying is we take that Money we orchestrate it we concentrate it and we strategically place it in those neighbourhoods a Reed said. Last year Reed asked for More police to even help solve some of the murders in his Ward. A we get the Money to redo Public Square. We get $10 million to build a Bridge to the lakefront. We see spree/3q Cleveland Browns Victoriou x j u. T to o m w Rabitt to the Rescue Browns receiver Travis Benjamin and a swarming Browns defense was just what the Dawg Pound barked for As Cleveland emerged victorious 28-14, at firs Energy stadium on sept. 20. It was a phenomenal Day by Benjamin aka the Rabbit who compiled 269 ail purpose Yards. The Browns 1-1 will Host the Oakland raiders on sept. 28 at firs Energy stadium at 1 . Associated press photo the landmark nuclear Deal fraught with danger president John f. Kennedy exemplary nuclear peace strategy by Don King Call amp Post publisher a i have therefore chosen this time and place to discuss a topic on which ignorance too often abounds and the truth too rarely perceived a and that is the most important topic on Earth peace a president John f. Kennedy Quot i speak of peace because of the new face of War. Total War makes no sense in an age where ten times the explosive Force delivered by All the Allied air forces in the second world War. It makes no sense in an age when the deadly poisons produced by a nuclear Exchange would be carried by the wind and water and soil and seed to the far Comers of the Globe and to generations unborn. A a in too Many of our duties the peace is not secure because Freedom is incomplete. A president John f. Kennedy the problem comes from the steadfast tenacious evil misguided Way Don King Call amp Post publisher f in Reat Powers can maintain urge and relatively Invulnerable nuclear forces and refuse to surrender without resort to those forces. It makes no sense in an age where a single nuclear weapon contains almost w of life system which makes right wrong and wrong right predicated on White supremacy and control prejudice hatred divisiveness White women inferiority and people of color inferiority. The new York times a the uproar in the press at the stunning defeat of Eric Cantor the former majority Leader of the House a unrivalled a in the history of congressional primaries a a according to the new York times has shown a spotlight on the persistence of racism in the United states. But says the times a any hint of cooperation with the president Quot was the kiss of death for candidates in conservative territory. It is possible to draw Only one conclusion these far right voters hate Obama because he is Black. Again according to the times David brats most effective Campaign tool was a photograph showing Cantor standing next to president Barack Obama brat knowing the evil misguided Way of life system took it for granted that a connection to Obama a Black Man would be disliked by voters in question but the times added a that such conservative far right republicans have a vocal base that demands unflinching opposition to Obama and Are determined to stage confrontations with the president at every juncture. A a that automatically makes the nuclear peace agreement with Iran one of those junctures of opposition to president Obama and if so the question will be can common sense and survival. Override an evil misguided Way of life system with a fixed deeply ingrained hatred for blackness. What Are the issues that will be put on the table for consideration to be Analysed evaluated and judged for a better America and a better world the Choice the consideration for extended american life living under the principles of god Given unalienable rights of life Liberty Equality Freedom and Pur suit of happiness for All americans and living in seedea173a major Howard so papa saddened by loss senseless violence by Rhonda Crowder staff reporter a my grandson was my heart a said Victor Freeman maternal Grandfather of 3 year old major Howard the youngest victim in the recent spree of violence in Cleveland streets. Caught in the crossfire from a drive by shooting that occurred last week on East 113th and Union major die from a Bullet that struck his hit him in the Chest As he sat in a car. A the was my everything and i was his everything. He loved his papa a Freeman continued As he spoke to us about the Impact this loss is having on his family. Major was the Middle child of Freeman a grand babies. It was probably Freeman a sept. 16, 2015 at 2 47 . Facebook Victor Freeman with his beloved grandson major see major/3c Howard photo Courtesy of Victor Freeman International leadership visits Cleveland Job corps by James w. Wade iii staff reporter recently the Cleveland Job corp hosted a delegation of individuals from places that included saudi Arabi Iraq Morocco and Oman on their Campus. Their Campus is located at 13421 Coit Road in Cleveland. These visitors were invited to the United states under the auspices of the department of states International visitor leadership program. Their program is arranged by Meridian International Center. The reason for their visit was to examine the role vocational education plays in providing americans with training and skills tailored to fit targeted employment needs Analyse the Federal governments increased investment in Community College seejob3c 1 w 1 wed w thurs Fri sat Sun 74/58
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