Showing posts from March, 2023

Once arrested in Ohio, Stormy Daniels speaks of Trump’s indictment

At right: Stormy Daniels’ mugshot from her arrest in Columbus, Ohio (Courtesy Photo/Columbus Division of Police) COLUMBUS, Ohio ( WCMH ) — The porn actress entangled in a case that ultimately led to  the first criminal indictment against a former U.S. president  also saw her own charges in Columbus, but she wasn’t the one who saw punitive action at the end of it. Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, rose to fame beyond the adult industry over a  $130,000 payment given to her  before former President Donald Trump’s election in 2016. The payment was made as part of a nondisclosure agreement as Daniels was prepared to go public with claims she had a sexual relationship with Trump — an affair he denies. CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE A NBC4I.COM and , the most read Black digital newspaper and Black blog in Ohio and in the Midwest. Tel: (216) 659-0473. Email: We interviewed

Black Cleveland activists slated to picket Cleveland 19 news and its reporter, WOIO reporter Kelly Kennedy, whom they say systematically excludes Black women organizers of Cleveland and Black activists from news stories she covers in a biased fashion in support of the establishment....Activists say that Kennedy is slick, distrustful and anti-Black

Cleveland 19 News WOIO reporter Kelly Kennedy and CLEVELAND, Ohio- Cleveland activists are slated to picket and boycott Cleveland 19 News and reporter Kelly Kennedy of WOIO television, whom community activists of Cleveland say is slick, distrustful and anti-Black. Cleveland 19 news cut all Black activists and organizers out of its March 28, 2023 coverage as to the 10-year anniversary of the Cleveland East 93rd Street serial murders using reporter Kelly Kennedy, who also cut out Black women and Black women organizers in a television news story when Women's March Cleveland protested this past summer with nearly 300 people at the Cuyahoga County administration building for reproductive resources, which were later granted by county council, the county board of control, and then county executive Armond Budish Kennedy, say activists, is allegedly operating to undermine them and to cover up their concerns as to the lack of poli

Imperial Women Coalition, activists, family members to host the 10-Year Anniversary of the Cleveland E 93rd St Serial Murders via a rally and vigil on March 28, 2023, 5 pm, intersection of E 93rd St and Bessemer Ave in Cleveland where the dead body of Christine Malone was found....Malone left behind 8 adult children and was one of four women murdered relative to the unsolved Cleveland East 93rd Street Serial Murders as the killer or killers remain at large....By, Ohio's Black digital news leader

Image and Staff article and , the most read Black digital newspaper and Black blog in Ohio and in the Midwest. Tel: (216) 659-0473. Email: We interviewed former president Barack Obama one-on-one when he was campaigning for president. As to the Obama interview CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE AT CLEVELAND URBAN NEWS.COM, OHIO'S LEADER IN BLACK DIGITAL NEWS . CLEVELAND, Ohio-  Tuesday, March 28, 2023 marks the 10-year anniversary of  the Cleveland East 93rd Street Serial Murders and community activists, led by Imperial Women Coalition, which has organized every anniversary rally and vigil since 2014, will rally and hold a vigil beginning at 5 pm at the intersection of East 93rd Street and Bessemer Avenue on the city's largely Black east side where the body of one of the murder victims was discovered. The event will also in

This year is the 5th-year anniversary of March For Our Lives: Remembering Cleveland's June 11, 2022 MFOL march, which was organized by Women's March Cleveland and drew hundreds to the steps of City Hall, including the mayor, Ohio Senator Nickie Antonio, activists, and former Ohio senator Nina Turner....By, Ohio's Black digital news leader

Cleveland did not host a five-year anniversary march for March For Our Lives this year, though hundreds marched in Cleveland last year against gun violence via a MFOL event organized by Women's March Cleveland: Above picture: Hundreds of protesters march from the steps of Cleveland City Hall to Public Square and around downtown Cleveland, Ohio on  Saturday, June 11, 2022, an event organized by Cleveland activist and organizer Kathy Wray Coleman of Women's March Cleveland and Imperial Women Coalition and Alfred Porter Jr. of Black on Black Crime Inc. It was hosted by Women's March Cleveland and March For Our Lives National against gun violence and for reproductive rights for women. Cleveland's march, which was the largest march in Ohio, was one of nearly 500 sister marches held that day and sponsored by March For Our Lives National Hundreds came out for the Saturday, June 11, 2022 march and rally hosted by Women's March Cleveland and March For Our Lives National ag