Candlelight Vigil for Carl D. Spratt (27)

BLACK ON BLACK CRIME, INC.
SURVIVORS/VICTIMS OF TRAGEDY
BLACK MAN’S ARMY

VIA EMAIL NOTICE TO PRESS
TO: Producers/Editors/Reporters
WHERE: East 97 Street & Quebec, Cleveland
WHEN: Monday, 1.23.17, 4 pm
RE: Candlelight Vigil for Carl Darnell Spratt (27)

Family and friends will meet tomorrow at 4 pm to remember the life of their son, husband, father, uncle, and friends. Because of the stupid, senseless and crazy violence and destruction in our society, another little boy will grow up without their father. Mr. Spratt was a loving father and family man who loved music.
Join us as we remember another member of our greater family who has been taken from us.

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If you have any questions, please call Judy Martin at 990.0679, Al Porter, Jr. at 804.7462 or Art McKoy at 253.4070.

Celebration Rally re Upcoming Removal of Toxic Dump

BLACK ON BLACK CRIME, INC.
SURVIVORS/VICTIMS OF TRAGEDY
BLACK MAN’S ARMY

VIA EMAIL NOTICE TO PRESS
TO: Producers/Editors/Reporters
WHERE: Meet at Euclid & Noble Road to March to Hazardous/Toxic Dump
WHEN: Tuesday, 1.24.17, 3 pm
RE: Rally to Celebrate the Upcoming Destruction of the Hazardous/Toxic Dump

We will meet at Euclid Avenue and Noble Road and we will march to the home of 108 year old Ms. Labon, the young lady who inspired us to fight to get rid of the toxic dump behind her house.
When she invited us to her backyard where her flowers once lived but are now covered with debris and inside her house, toxic dust floated around and her kitchen became unsafe. That’s when we knew we would never stop fighting alongside her and her neighbors, including Mr. Drummond. We knew we would get rid of the toxic dump with a combined effort of many different people and organizations working together.
Therefore, everyone is invited to join us in the celebration of the closing of this toxic dump. But we won’t be satisfied until every ounce of the toxic/poisonous/hazardous debris is gone. As an activist that we hold in high esteem recently said, “You have to be able to celebrate your wins as a activists and we plan to do so.
Join us in our celebration.

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If you have any questions, please call Judy Martin at 990.0679, Al Porter, Jr. at 804.7462 or Art McKoy at 253.4070.