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President Obama to speak in Cleveland, Ohio on March 18, 2015 at the Convention Center in downtown Cleveland, the City Club is the host of the event, By Cleveland Urban News .Com, Ohio's leader in Black digital news,

United States President Barack Obama By Kathy Wray Coleman, editor-in-chief,  Cleveland Urban News. Com and The Cleveland Urban News.Com Blog,  O hio's Most Read Online Black Newspaper and Newspaper Blog  K a thy Wray Coleman is  a community activist and 22 year investigative journalist who trained for 17 years at the Call and Post Newspaper in Cleveland, Ohio.  ( ) /   ( ) CLEVELAND, Ohio -President Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States, and America's first Black president, will deliver an address on the importance of middle class economics at the Convention Center in downtown Cleveland, Ohio on Wednesday, March 18.  The event will be streamlined at .  , and is  being hosted by the City Club. It is limited to City Club members, their guests, a few dignitaries, and the media.  The president last visited Cleveland in 2013 when he toured the Arcelor Mittal steel

Cleveland Mayoral Candidate Ken Lanci to debate at City Club on August 19 at 11 am, event is sponsored by Communities United

Posted by Ed Nar Cleveland Mayoral Candidate Ken Lanci CLEVELAND, Ohio-Ohio Communities United and the Greater Cleveland African American Chamber of Commerce are announcing the first mayoral debate for Cleveland Mayor. The debate will be at the Cleveland City Club on Monday, August 19 and is scheduled to begin at 11 am. The moderator will be Ronnie Duncan, a former Cleveland sportscaster.  Democratic Candidate for Cleveland Mayor, Ken Lanci has accepted the invitation and looks forward to attending, organizers said.Tickets for this City Club event are $20 and can be reserved by calling the City Club at 216.621.0082. " I look forward to sharing my thoughts on innovative ideas to curb this terrible wave of violence that has thrust Cleveland into a negative national spotlight,” said Lanci. “I also look forward to discussing how to make our schools better and how to create jobs for Cleveland residents.” Although Mayor Frank Jackson’s campaign staff has