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Stories for November 2013

Wednesday, November 27

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Another quarterback goes down; Steelers railroad Browns 27 to 11

“Anytime your quarterback goes down, it’s tough. He actually went down twice in the game and then couldn’t come out on that one, but that’s part of football

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What’s Wrong with the Koch Brothers?

Did you know that the Koch brothers advocate an end to Social Security and welfare? You’re probably not certain, but the Koch brothers’ name has been besmirched among Blacks for quite some time.

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K Michelle will be at World Aids Day celebration

K. Michelle from Love & Hip Hop will be at the Call & Post World Aids Day

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Alexander ‘City’ Bryant

Working poolrooms in Pennsylvania and D.C. wasn’t like delivering papers or collecting numbers. Hustling on the road was rugged. For blacks, it was even rougher.

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Putting a face to HIV/AIDS

My husband and I were ready to adopt a child. My husband contracted a lesion on his hands then all over his body. The doctor ran every test they could.

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One woman’s testimony of surviving HIV/AIDS

A mother of two children, working as a supervisor at the Holiday Inn, the news devastated her and ultimately changed her life. Because she learned of her status around the end of October,

Tuesday, November 26

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Two of Cleveland’s finest star in Black Nativity

Bernita Ewing and Eddie B. Sands Jr. are staring in this major movie production along with Forest Whitaker, Angela Bassett and Jennifer Hudson. This story is about Langston, a street-wise teen from Baltimore raised by a single mother

Sunday, November 24

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WORLD AIDS DAY FAIR & BRUNCH

CLEVELAND – The Call & Post is pleased to announce the Inaugural World AIDS Day Fair & Brunch, in collaboration with the City of Cleveland, Cleveland Department of Public Health and the Free Medical Clinic with support from University Hospitals, Radio One Cleveland and Omni Media.

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Browns lose to Steelers

The Cleveland Browns had a rough day against the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday at First Energy Stadium

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Celebrating America's Entrepreneurs

The core of these programs encourages small businesses to engage in research—which can often be a challenge as they are time-intensive and often costly.

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Cleveland Browns meets Pittsburgh Steelers

On a cold day in Cleveland, Ohio the Cleveland Browns face off with the rival team the Pittsburgh Steelers

Wednesday, November 20

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Obama talks economy at AcerlorMittal

The president stood firm with his battle with Congress about health care and told everyone they have had some issues. “We always knew this was going to be hard. There’s a reason why folks had tried to do it for 100 years and hadn’t done it

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It’s time to re-embrace the East Cleveland area

The Call and Post newspaper says the time to talk about a process that would return this area to its proper status is now. The separation of these two cities that began in 1911 should cease in its separate endeavors and be made whole again.

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County headquarters lead revitalization of downtown

The new headquarters is part of the Cuyahoga County’s property consolidation project which is estimated to provide significant savings to taxpayers.

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The journey of an old-time ‘City’ pool hustler

The mayor wasn’t the only person City knew at 601 Lakeside Avenue. He knew council members Charlie Carr and James H. Bell and former council member Jean Murrell Capers. His relationship with Capers and Carr dated back to City growing up on E. 59th Street.

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Donnie J. Perkins writes foreword for 9th Edition

Perkins is the vice president for diversity and inclusion at University Hospitals. He serves as a liaison between University Hospitals and community organizations, businesses, and agency leaders while working collaboratively with key stakeholders to integrate diversity and inclusion into the fabric of the organization.

Tuesday, November 19

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DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD 2014

Presented by The Cleveland Orchestra, City of Cleveland and Greater Cleveland Partnership

This award recognizes the services and achievements of an adult, a youth, and a business or organization that have positively impacted Cleveland in the spirit of the teachings and example of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Tuesday, November 12

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NNPA Chairman Blasts NFL for 'Almost a Slave Mentality'

In a letter to NAACP Chairman Roslyn Brock and CC'd to Campbell, Boone states that the team contracted no business with Black-owned or locally owned businesses at its first Richmond training camp between July 25 and August 16.

Saturday, November 9

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Cavs lost to 76ers Friday night

Cavs lose to Philadelphia Friday night.

Friday, November 8

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Cavs at home against the Philadelphia tonight

Cavs play tonight in Cleveland

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Mt Zion of Oakwood Village presents Jennifer Holiday

Mt Zion of Oakwood Village presents Jennifer Holiday.

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Patti Labelle in Cleveland tonight

Tonight watch Patti sing

Thursday, November 7

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Join us for Scandal tonight

Join the conversation about Scandal with James W. Wade III tonight at 10 p.m. EST

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Statewide campaign will educate and promote healthy eating for diabetics

The CareSource Diabetic Food Box program is made possible through a $140,000 two-year grant from the CareSource Foundation to The Dayton Foodbank Inc.

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Cavs lose to Bucks Wednesday night 104 to 109

Tough loss for the Cavs

Wednesday, November 6

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Cleveland Men of Song celebrates 5th Anniversary

The service was on fire from the very first selection “From the Bottom of my Heart” written by Cleveland’s own Rev. Beverly Coffield who has pen some great songs.

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Powell returns to CSU as “Lecturer in Residence”

In a separate discussion for women only, Powell will present: “BLURRED LINES: Love, Hip Hop, Basketball, and The Young Black Woman.”

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Black Diamond nominations ready

The Greater Cleveland Delta Foundation Life Development Center (GCDFLDC) is looking to recognize those men who are doing something positive in the city of Cleveland and surrounding areas.

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Glenville, Bedford, Shaker headline state playoffs

For Glenville, stats are not big. Because most of their games are blowouts and the clock will run non-stop. The Tarblooders, with Ted Ginn Sr. back at the helm, are led by running back Marshon Lattimore.

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Pain suffered by Black boys and young men in report

The report quotes New Orleans Mayor Mitchell Landrieu who says “America is drunk on violence and those paying the highest price are African American males.”

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A teenage perception of HIV/AIDS

The only reason my picture is different is because I saw a show on TV where a kid got HIV from a blood transfusion.

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Lt. William Walker dies in his driveway

In a written release, Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson shared the following statement. “My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Lt. Walker at this difficult time.

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Civil Rights Lawyer Fred Gray speaks at Case

The plan was to get the corporation of the Black preachers to help spread the word about boycotting the buses. Realizing they needed a spokesman, they thought a man named Rufus Lewis – a great advocate for civil rights back then.

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Frank Jackson wins third term for Mayor

Frank Jackson wins election for Mayor of the City of Cleveland, serving his third term.

Tuesday, November 5

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Cavs win Monday night against Timberwolves

Cavs win a tight one against the Timberwolves.

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Motorcycle crash victim has been identified

The SUV stopped at a posted stop sign and had just begun to travel.

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Today is Election Day

Today is the day your cast your vote for various races, including the Mayor of the city of Cleveland.

Monday, November 4

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Firefighter shot in front of his home last night

The incident happened around 8:30 p.m. in the 1800 block of Lampson Drive.

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Camilla Terry jury selection starts

Officers and police dogs searched the park, which is about a half mile from Shaker Square, and near by Buckeye Road Sunday night. The police checked around with various witnesses and even examined surveillance videos from businesses along Shaker Boulevard.

Sunday, November 3

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Browns beat Ravens 24 to 18

Browns snap 11 game losing streak

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4th seeded Cincinnati State upsets No. 1 seed Schoolcraft in regional semifinals

Owens Community College, which beat Cincinnati State twice this season, advanced to the regional final with a 2-0 win over Delta College.

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Cavs lose to Bobcats Saturday Night

Cavs will face the Indiana Pacers tonight

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Getting help enrolling in the health marketplace

We’ve also brought in additional experts and specialists drawn from within government, our contractors, and industry, including veterans of top Silicon Valley companies.

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Browns meet Baltimore Ravens today

Must watch out for Ravens Linebacker Terrell Suggs, Browns Joe Thomas must be able to handle him and keep him from getting through the front line.

Friday, November 1

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Dem lawmakers call on Kasich to drop requirement changes in SNAP program

“Individuals living in poverty in urban areas should not be treated differently than Individuals living in poverty in rural areas of Ohio,” they complained.

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Somalia’s pirates come back into the spotlight

Somali piracy enjoys widespread support in Somalia. It has gone from fisherman trying to protect their waters to criminals trying to make a fast come up. Somali pirates usually attack commercial ships, take hostages and demand large ransoms.

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Indians option moves

Indians working hard on roster moves

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Two shot in downtown Cleveland

Police say the shooting occurred around 2 a.m. on Huron Road near the Halle Building.

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Child poverty remains at record high levels

Children are the poorest age group in America and the younger they are, the more likely they are to be poor; 21.8 percent of children live in poverty and 25.1 percent of children under five.

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The humanity of Malcolm X in his own words

Boyd and Al-Shabazz render valid Malcolm’s mickle esse, intellectualism, socio-political propositions, economic strategy, and perspicacious global discernment without yielding to prevarications, absurdities, personal dissolutions and idealist notions regarding Malcolm’s life