Showing posts with the label Bill Clinton

Congresswoman Maxine Waters to speak in Cleveland in May 2017 at the Cuyahoga County Democratic Women's Caucus brunch with comments herein from CDWC chair Cindy Demsey and Women's March Ohio state director Rhiannon Childs, coupled with a chronology on the beloved and controversial Waters of California, the longest serving Black woman in congress....Waters gained national attention in 1992 relative to the Rodney King verdict and the affiliated LA Riots, and she was recently victimized by ousted FOX News commentator Bill O'Reilly as simply wearing a James Brown wig, though Waters' longtime tenure as a federal lawmaker reveals her commitment to Civil Rights and women's rights, and to disenfranchised groups in general....By editor Kathy Wray Coleman of and, Ohio's Black digital news leaders

Democratic California Congresswoman Maxine Waters (second from left) in her younger years poses with powerful Black women at the first inauguration of former Democratic president Bill Clinton in Washington D.C. in 1993. From left: Famed singer Dionne Warwick, Congresswoman Waters, former Spelman College president  Dr. Johnnetta Betsch Cole,  poet, actress and Civil Rights activist Dr. Maya Angelou, distinguished actress Cicely Tyson, and former U.S. secretary of labor Alexis Herman. California Congresswoman Maxine Waters, a Los Angeles Democrat and the longest serving Black woman in congress who will keynote the brunch of the Cuyahoga County Democratic Women's Caucus at 11a.m. on Saturday, May 6, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio. ClevelandUrbanNews.Com  and the    KathyWrayColemanOnlineNewsBlog.Com  , Ohio's most read digital Black newspapers with some 4 million readers on Google Plus alone. And the  ClevelandUrbanNews.Com  website  stats reveal some 26 million hits since 2012

Dr. Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, to speak at town hall in Cleveland, Ohio on February 15, 2016 as Ohio's March 15 Democratic primary nears......Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are expected to campaign heavily in Cleveland and in the largely Black 11th congressional district, which is led by Congresswoman Marcia Fudge.....By Editor-in-Chief Kathy Wray Coleman

Dr. Chelsea Clinton (far left), with her mother, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and her father, former president Bill Clinton By Kathy Wray Coleman, editor-in-chief, Cleveland Urban News. Com and the Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog.Com, Ohio's most read online Black Newspaper and digital Black newspaper blog. Tel: 216-659-0473. Email: .   ( ) /   ( ).  A 23-year reporter who trained for 17 years at the Call and Post Newspaper in Cleveland, Ohio,   Kathy Wray Coleman interviewed now President Barack Obama one-on-one when he was running for president.   CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE AT CLEVELAND URBAN NEWS.COM, OHIO'S LEADER IN BLACK DIGITAL NEWS Dr. Chelsea Clinton CLEVELAND URBAN NEWS.COM-CLEVELAND, Ohio – Dr. Chelsea Clinton, the daughter and only child of  former president Bill Clinton and Democratic presidential candidate  Hillar

Obama leads Romney in Ohio and in country since Democratic convention, Ohio State Rep. Bill Patmon calls Obama and Clinton a powerhouse, Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald, who attended the convention, says Obama's convention speech was great, but First Lady Michelle Obama's speech was even greater

Democratic United States President Barack Obama Former Democratic United States President Bill Clinton United States First Lady Michelle Obama Ohio State Representative Bill Patmon (D-Cleveland) Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald (D-OH) By Kathy Wray Coleman, Associate Publisher, Editor, Cleveland Urban News. Com and The Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog.Com  ( ) and ( ) CHARLOTTE, North Carolina- President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton teamed up last week at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC and showed how performances at national party conventions can dictate outcomes on election day. Since the convention Obama has broken a previous tie that he had coming in to it and now leads 49% to GOP opponent Mitt Romey's 45%, with 3% undecided and another  3% saying they will vote for other candidates, according to a presidential tracking poll on Sunday by the