Kush Azrael

Staff Reporter

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Two Heartless Felons sentenced in the death of Curtis Marks

He was to be sentenced to 10 to 20 years in prison.

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What do renewed relations between the U.S. and Cuba mean for Blacks?

Tensions reached their peak in 1962, after a U.S. reconnaissance plane took a picture of the Soviet construction of intermediate range missile sites.

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Local activist says police need ‘Peace in the Hood’

Through Webb’s bond with Cleveland activists, he decided he wanted to follow up on where crack was coming from.

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Local group takes on needs of the Oppressed People

On top of serving the people, OPN has been involved in several demonstrations to call attention to injustices. They are also in the process of organizing the residents of East Cleveland. At 5:45 p.m. every Thursday evening, there will be a community meeting at the Peoples Community Center called Solutions.

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Former band member convicted in 2011 hazing death

Champion, 26, a drum major from Decatur, Ga. died after a band hazing ritual that was seen as a rite of passage.

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Sex offender gives toddler, teenage girl HIV

Police are worried that since Wilson worked at a fast food restaurant he may have come in contact with numerous teenagers. Wilson now faces life in prison because he was a registered sex offender.

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Several arrests made in ‘Ferguson October’ demonstrations

Demonstrators have been demanding the arrest of Officer Darren Wilson, the one who killed Michael Brown. They organized a series of direct action events on Monday.

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Cop charged with misdemeanor after killing elderly Black man

Some law enforcement experts believe that in the 15 minutes Craven followed Satterwhite, he should have realized that he was going home.

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New Group tries to tackle violence in the Black community

Non-Violent Change and help to patrol various neighborhoods. Out of this call the Society for Non-violent Change and the two groups who answered have dubbed themselves “Organizations United for Peace.”

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Black students at Kent State stage “die-in”

Among other students who spoke during the demonstration, the common messages were to emphasize that Black lives matter

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