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Demanding justice for the murder of Tamir Rice

Eight clergy members and community activists filed court papers Tuesday seeking the arrest of two Cleveland police officers involved in the November shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.

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Take Off the Mask

We may never know how amazing we are if we try to live at a note God didn’t give us. We must truly find our pitch, and begin to listen carefully to the melodic chorus, that is our true voice. I have listed three ways to reach your true voice:

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Cavs coming home for game 3

Cleveland is ALL IN

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Cavs will try to even the score today

The undrafted second-year guard from Australia is now no stranger to playing a featured role in the postseason.

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Triple Crown winner burns up last quarter mile in Belmont

Two times before, Espinoza had come up short in Triple tries, including last year with California Chrome. But closing in on the finish line, he knew he had a winner.

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Living life in divine purpose

Dear Queens, today I need you to truly ask yourself are you living life in your divine purpose by being the individual God intended you to be?

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IT’S TIME TO GET SAVED WITH LIFETIME’S ALL-NEW DOCUSERIES, PREACH

Preach is produced by CORE Media Group with Jennifer O’Connell, Jenny Ramirez and Rasheed J. Daniel serving as executive producers, along with Eli Lehrer, Mary Donahue and Mariana Flynn executive producing for Lifetime.

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Man charged with running prostitution ring from his Cuyahoga County jail

The case was discovered when one of the boys’ teachers noticed marks on him. She asked him who did it and he said Clark did. The teacher testified in court because the boy was found incompetent to testify due to his age.

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What people are saying about the Brelo verdict

Ward 2 Councilman Zack Reed has been displeased with the police situation for a long time and has said many times in the past that we need to fill empty slots in the police force.

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Call & Post Editorial:The sad state of Cleveland NAACP

To put it mildly, this is not the representation we have come to expect from them, and this paper refuses to stand by as an NAACP apologist. For Christ’s sake, even White people have taken up the cause.

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Chisholm changes culture of education at CEOGC

"I'm a big believer in vision," said Chisholm, who remembers going on a school field trip to Severance Hall and looking over the balcony to see CWRU then asking a teacher "what is that?"

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Rev. Al joins the fight

Rev. Sharpton told everyone this is the kick off to many more meetings and marches. “You think this is going to be a one-week story? No. This story is going nowhere,” said Sharpton.

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Domestic Violence advocate takes ID Discovery

Her prince charming however would soon become incarcerated, leaving Cowan with 2 children, 2 businesses and seeking support from a member of the Nation of Islam. What she did not know is that this support would lead to being held captive, becoming pregnant and eventually breaking free from an abusive polygamist marriage.

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Tavis Smiley takes readers on a journey with Maya

“I had just lost the city council race, didn’t know what to do. A friend invited me to join them on a 10 day trip to Africa,” said Smiley. “This was the experience of a lifetime, a trip to the motherland with Maya.”

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Sonia Sanchez remains one of the nation’s illustrious poets

However, many people once thought that Sanchez and the members of the Black Arts Movement (BAM) were just reading poetry for applause during the 1960s. The group actually carried a message of fighting for humane living conditions for the people living in New York City.

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Our newest columnist is calling all ‘Queens’

Tinika Tolbert, founder of Perspectives of Self-Discovery, a women’s group, is the Call and Post’s latest columnist, delivering “Dear Queens,” a weekly article designed to enlighten, uplift and guide women to the freedom of self-discovery. "Dear Queens," is found exclusively on www.callandpost.com.

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How a ‘Little’ luck amounted to a prosperous pile of ‘Beanz’

Little’s secret to success? “When you’re running a business you must persevere,” he said. “Whatever you want is there for you. But, it’s hard work. No one will fail if it’s coming from your heart. You must live, learn and keep going.”

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Exposure is everything!

“The mind, once stretched by a new idea, never returns to its original dimensions.” Ralph Waldo Emerson Television and the internet have reshaped our culture more than any form of media since time began. Remember the days of “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous?”

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The People Diet

The New Year will produce many new gym memberships and avid workout fanatics. The Nike jogging suit-wearing population will be bursting at the seams by February. Countless grocery store runs for "low carb" diets, Adkins diets, juice diets, will be in high demand. But what about people diets?

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Heather Headley to headline benefit concert at Masonic Auditorium

Zarlenga, who said she has been a child advocate during her whole career, says CityMusic hopes to bring more awareness the issue of youth homelessness.

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