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Attorney of 137 bullets shooting victim Tim Russell to headline with Imperial Women Coalition, community activists at Cleveland NAACP meeting tonight, Monday, March 11, 7 pm, University Circle United Methodist Church, 1919 E. 107th St at Chester Ave in Cleveland, ...Families of deadly Cleveland police shooting victims to attend, ..Activists to discuss welfare rights, jobs, deadly Cleveland police shootings, foreclosure impropriety, disparities in sentencing against Blacks, education, ...Meeting is open to the public,... Cleveland NAACP President Hilton Smith (pictured) says he welcomes community activists but that the media are not invited

Newly Elected Cleveland Chapter NAACP President The Rev. Hilton Smith Cleveland Criminal Defense Attorney Terry Gilbert, who represents the estate of 137 bullets Cleveland police shooting  victim Timothy Ray Russell. Gilbert will headline a community forum at the regular meeting of the Cleveland  Chapter NAACP on Monday March 11 at 7 pm at The University Circle United Methodist Church in Cleveland, 1919 E. 107th St. at Chester Ave.  137 Bullets Cleveland Police Shooting Victim Malissa Williams 137 Bullets Cleveland Police Shooting Victim Timothy Ray  Russell By Kathy Wray Coleman, publisher, editor-in-chief, Cleveland Urban News. Com and The Cleveland Urban News.Com Blog, Ohio's Most Read Online Black Newspaper ( www.cleve ) CLEVELAND, Ohio- Family members and attorneys of alleged excessive force Cleveland police deadly shooting victims and community activists will attend the Cleveland NAACP meeting tonight, Monday, March 11, 2013 at 7 p

Obama woos Americans with 2012 State of the Union speech, supporters from Cleveland, U.S. Rep. Fudge respond

United States President Barack Obama By Kathy Wray Coleman, Editor ( ) and ( ) President Barack Obama wooed Americans Tues. evening with his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress that had the fire and appeal that helped to catapult the former U.S. senator from Illinois to the presidency of the United States of America in 2008. During a speech that lasted shortly over an hour, the president called for Congress to repeal the Bush tax cuts for wealthy Americans that pay a lesser federal tax percentage on income than some middle class and poor people, and to pass the Dream Act to give children of undocumented immigrants in the country by no fought of their own a chance at financial aid for higher education and citizenship. And those are just a few of the demands that America's chief political leader sought before some 38 million viewers that tuned in to hear the president's State of the Unio