City of Cleveland Address on Wed., 3.29.17, 7 pm

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

VIA EMAIL NOTICE TO PRESS
TO: Producers/Editors/Reporters
WHERE: BBCI, 15415 Kipling Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio (off Ivanhoe near East 152 & St. Clair)
WHEN: Wednesday, March 29, 2017, 7 pm
RE: State of the City of Cleveland Address

THE INNER CITY IS ON THE BRINK OF DISASTER

Mayor Jackson says that the City of Cleveland is on the brink of greatness and that “all must share in its success.” Therefore, the question is, is the inner city and the neighborhoods really sharing in the alleged “success.”
1. We explore the idea and ask city residents and neighborhoods do they feel like they are sharing in this success?
2. The concept of fighting crime in Cleveland, particularly black on black crime, has been wrong for a long time. That is why things keep getting worse.
3. Blaine Griffin should be replaced as Community Relations Director of the City of Cleveland.
4. Politics must be taken out of crime fighting if we want to see a change or everything will continue to get worse.
5. Creation of a cabinet level position funded by $1,000,000 to address youth violence and intervention is absurd. It might “sound” great, but it’s the same old politics. Same old. Same old.
We will address the harrowing epidemic. Mr. McKoy has been a Community Activist fighting for the community for a long time. Therefore, what better expert to give this State of the City Address than Art McKoy. We will also give an award to Police Chief Calvin Williams.

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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.

Vigil for TaNaejah McCloud (5)

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

VIA EMAIL NOTICE TO PRESS
TO: Producers/Editors/Reporters
WHERE: 10772 Bryant Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio
WHEN: Thursday, 3.23.17, 6 pm
RE: TaNaejah McCloud (5)

The brother of TaNaejah, family and friends will come together to remember TaNaejah whose life was brutally cut short. He is devastated and needs our hugs, love and comfort.
Please join us as we gather in remembrance of this beautiful young lady who suffered so much during her short life.

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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.