Tag: Cleveland Ohio

Malissa Williams | Reform & Equal Justice

On November 29, 2012, Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams died from bullet wounds sustained after a high-speed chase with the Cleveland Division of Police. Officers fired 137 shots at the car occupied by the two unarmed residents. Although officers were reprimanded, no charges were immediately filed. One-year after this senseless tragedy, I had the

#ENDALZ | 2014

Only 10 days until the Cleveland Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Tower City! Click Here for More Info

Fall Bountiful Harvest | Mt. Zion Cleveland

There are no restrictions or qualifiers for this giveaway. All are welcome. Please bring your own bag and spread the word! (This will be the last giveaway for the year…)

2013 Neighbors In Need | UCCP-HCC

To learn more about UCCP – Heights Christian Church and their program “LIKE” them on Facebook!

Breast Cancer Awareness | Fashion Show

Tickets Available Now! This is your opportunity to support the fashionable fight against cancer. General admission tickets are $30 and VIP tickets are $40. Visit the I’m a Survivor Fashion Show page on Instagram to purchase your tickets and receive the latest updates on the show.

#ENDALZ | 2013

Yesterday was a much different experience. Sometimes people either walk by without even so much as a smile or saying hello. Not today. Instead of me having to do most of the talking, I listened. My heart and prayers go out to the women who stopped to share memories of

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  

100 City Trayvon

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

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

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