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Imperial Women, activists postpone March 13 protest against NAACP, will meet with Executive Director Arlene Anderson first, will protest if refused

From the Metro Desk of The Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog.Com and Cleveland Urban News.Com ( ) and ( ) CLEVELAND, Ohio-Community activists disenchanted with Cleveland NAACP President George Forbes, including The Imperial Women, family members of the Imperial Ave. murder victims, People for the Imperial Act, The Joaquin Hicks Real People's Movement, Stop Targeting Ohio's Poor, Ohio Family Rights, The National Association for Parental Equality, The Committee to Bring Home Jamela and Jamyla and members of various other groups such as The Carl Stokes Brigade, Black on Black Crime Inc and The Cleveland Chapter of the News Black Panther Party, have postponed the protest against Forbes and Cleveland NAACP officials scheduled for Tues., March 13 at 5 pm at company headquarters, 2131 Stokes Blvd. in Cleveland. The activist groups decided yesterday that they shall seek a meeting first with interim Cleveland NAACP Ex

Picket against NAACP President George Forbes postponed until March 13, 5 pm, 2131 Stokes Blvd.

Cleveland NAACP President George Forbes From the Metro Desk of The Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog.Com and Cleveland Urban News.Com ( ) and ( ) Cleveland, Ohio-The protest against Cleveland NAACP President George Forbes has been postponed until March 13 at 5:00 pm at Cleveland NAACP headquarters , 2131 Stoles Blvd in Cleveland, after a thunder and lightning storm forced community activists to cut a protest held today short. Contact persons for the upcoming protest are Ada Averyhart at 216-938-7891, Marva Patterson at 216-334-7013 and Imperial Women Leader Kathy Wray Coleman at 216-932-3114. Some 15 activists from the Imperial Women, Stop Targeting Ohio's Poor and People for the Imperial Act gathered at 4: 45 pm today , 10 more came later, and others were on hold, but lightning and thunder storms forced them to cancel the gathering, even as Cleveland News Net 5 was on its way with a camera person. "We will