Shirellda Terry | East Cleveland

My heart goes out to Shirellda Terry’s family. I’ve had this flyer in the car, on my dashboard for a little over a week; hoping to hear a news report about her safe return. This morning I had to take it down. If you cannot attend the rally, pray for the families, the victims, and…

Cleveland | Justice for Trayvon

Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, Jr: “We must work on behalf of, in honor of, in memory of all those wounded, murdered and marginalized because of injustice.” at Carl B. Stokes United States Court House  

After the Verdict

Photos Taken: July 20, 2013 July 15, 2013: My post verdict feelings are focused on keeping the current momentum of unity in the black community and beyond. Many, regardless of color recognize this as being unjust and baffling. How 6 women – some of whom may be mothers – could unanimously decide not to convict…

Stand Your Ground

It is always a joy to worship with Mt. Zion! Tonight marks the end of a week long revival and I was truly blessed by tonight’s word. Rev. Dr. Ozzie E. Smith, Jr, Senior Pastor of Covenant United Church of Christ in South Holland, IL offered a much different perspective on what it really means…

That Justice is a blind goddess Is a thing to which we black are wise: Her bandage hides two festering sores That once perhaps were eyes.  – Langston Hughes at Cuyahoga County Justice Center

No excuse to stay home this fall. Start marking your calendars now! It looks like I will have to keep checking the Wolstein Center website for details about the King’s Men concert. (As of July 21, 2013, this event is not listed anywhere on the website.) Click here to purchase tickets for “An Evening with Patti…