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Plain Dealer Reporter Pat Galbincea covers forum at Shaw High School on 137 bullets shooting deaths sponsored by Cleveland NAACP on Friday, victims family members, Mayor Norton, Cleveland NAACP President Hilton Smith, community activists speak, community activists, led by Donna Walker Brown, Art McKoy, Khalid Samad, protest before forum and call for local and county authorities and police, including Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Tim McGinty, to step aside and permit the FBI to control the investigation around the shooting

Malissa Williams and Timothy Ray Russell Impatient crowd implores NAACP, East Cleveland mayor and police chief for justice in Nov. 29 Cleveland police shooting (Plain Dealer article where community members, victims family attend Cleveland NAACP forum on 137 bullets shooting deaths of Malissa Williams and Timothy Ray Russell, both pictured, at Shaw High School in East Cleveland on Friday evening. Before the forum community activists, led by Art McKoy, Donna Walker Brown, Imperial Women Representative Genevieve Mitchell and Khalid Samad,  protested in front of Shaw High School demanding that local authorities and police, Cuyahoga County Sheriff Bob Reid, and county prosecutor Tim McGinty step aside to ensure a neutral investigation and allow the FBI to take total control over the case) By  Pat Galbincea, The Plain Dealer  on December 14, 2012 at 10:00 PM, updated  December 14, 2012 at 10:15 PM Email (Photo by  Gus Chan, Th

Cleveland Plain Dealer Newspaper current and former writers Guild union presidents to participate in grassroots forum for support for newspaper to stay a daily on Sunday, Dec 2, 2:30-4:30 pm, Lil Africa, 6816 Superior Ave in Cleveland, Publisher Terry Egger, Editor Debra Adams Simmons comment on invitation to attend, other speakers on the issue include State Representatives Bill Patmon, John Barnes Jr, Councilwoman Mitchell, Shidea Lane, Genevieve Mitchell, community activists, the newspaper endorsed President Obama for reelection, who won Ohio

Harlan Spector Richard  Peery Debra Adams Simmons Terry Egger By Kathy Wray Coleman "We really appreciate the opportunity but are unavailable on such late notice."... Plain Dealer Publisher Terry Egger and Editor Debra Adams Simmons in a prepared statement to Cleveland Urban News.Com....Read this quote and more in the article below CLEVELAND, Ohio- A former and current president of the Cleveland Plain Dealer Local One of the Northeast Ohio Newspaper's Guild, the newspaper's union for some 170 reporters, photographers, designers and other employees, will speak and take questions from a panel and the community at a  grassroots  forum on the union's campaign push to keep the Plain Dealer a daily print publication on Sunday, Dec. 2, from 2:30-4:30 pm at Lil Africa Recreation Center, 6816 Superior Ave in Cleveland. The event will be moderated by State Rep. Bill Patmon (D-10), who said that he "would be happy to moderate the forum." (F

Cleveland New Black Panther Party, Urban Education Justice League to hold anti-Cleveland schools property tax levy forum today at CSU, schools levy debate featuring Councilman Johnson, Donna Walker Brown and Kim Brown is Thurs, August 30, 6 pm, Lil Africa, 6816 Superior Ave. in Cleveland

From the Metro Desk of Cleveland Urban News.Com and the Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog.Com  ( ) and ( ) CLEVELAND, Ohio-The education committee of the Cleveland Chapter of the New Black Panther Party in cooperation with the Urban Education Justice League will host an educational forum in opposition to the Cleveland schools property tax levy from 6 pm to 8 pm on Monday, August 20, at Cleveland State University's Main Classroom Building, room 134, 2121 Euclid Ave. in Cleveland. For more information contact Al Porter at 216-704-5036. Donna Walker Brown, a community activist who says she will run for Cleveland mayor in 2013, told Cleveland Urban News.Com that she will speak at the event and  that she is against the schools levy because it is "the same ole levy with the same ole crooks to misappropriate the levy money." (Editor's Note: Walker Brown and Kimberly Brown will debate Cleveland Ward 8