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Black on Black Crime, Inc.

Black On Black Crime, Inc. (African-American Federation Assn.) www.blackonblackcrimeinc.org: Black on Black Crime, Inc. (“BBCI”) meets every Wednesday, at 7:30 pm, at 14715 Euclid Avenue, East Cleveland, Ohio 44112. BBCI is a grassroots, non-profit, charitable, organization Greater Cleveland. Our mission is to help draw attention to the issue of crime and violence in Greater Cleveland, to help make our communities safer, to provide positive alternatives for young people, promote voter registration, and assist those who ask for our help to the best of our abilities in other areas, such as, discrimination, harassment, intimidation, housing, etc.   BBCI works with Survivors/Victims of Tragedy, Inc, a support group, to provide support for families affected by violence (whether it’s homicide, domestic violence, police misconduct, etc.), by helping to locate the perpetrator and holding vigils, memorials, marches or rallies, if needed, to make the public aware of the situation.
BBCI invites you to join us to help make our neighborhoods safer. For further information or if you need help, call Art McKoy at 253.4070 or Judy Martin at 990.0679.

Our Mission:

Black on Black Crime, Inc.  will commit through cooperative efforts with the community, by organizing to obtain a better quality of life.  Creating an educational environment will enhance citizens to address issues that affect their lives.


Our Strategic Initiatives

  • To pursue community resources/involvement
  • To educate citizens about their concerns
  • To seek a better quality of life in the community

Our Vision

  • A knowledgeable population
  • Use community resources
  • Improve quality of life
  • Achieve economic parity

Without peace, love, respect, kindness, tolerance, courtesy and/or patience, there is hatred for oneself and others,
which can lead to senseless violence and the murder of our babies, children and young adults.

 

Alfred Porter, Jr. – President