Applause by more than 30 people glued to a television on the lower level of the Loftworks building at 40th Street and Payne Avenue increased in volume last Tuesday when President Barack Obama highlighted the need for education reform in his State of the Union Address.
- Sunday, 13 March 2011 12:10
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden comes to Cleveland Shows support for Democratic Party
- Sunday, 13 March 2011 10:36
Trying to push Democratic Governor Ted Strickland past a GOP challenger backed by a restless electorate in a race with political implications beyond the Statehouse, President Barack Obama returned to Cleveland on Sunday to close out his midterm campaigning.
- Monday, 07 March 2011 23:38
Representative W. Carlton Weddington has one simple question for Governor John Kasich. Why is it that you are having such difficulties finding a minority to serve in your cabinet but it took Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted no time to find an African American to serve in his office?
- Monday, 07 March 2011 23:34
Gov. John Kasich made his first minority appointment, naming Michael B. Colbert (44) to head the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. The appointment came after much criticism that Kasich was not doing enough to diversify the group of people who supply him with key policy advice.
- Monday, 07 March 2011 00:49
Washington, D.C. – President Barack Obama awarded the nation’s highest civilian honor to a diverse group of recipients, including three African Americans prominently known for their Civil Rights activism. The president and First Lady Michelle Obama honored the winners at a White House ceremony last week.