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Cleveland NAACP Executive Board unanimously accepts the resignation of its president George Forbes, Cleveland Attorney James Hardiman is president until November general election

George Forbes By Kath y Wray Coleman, Editor, Cleveland Urban News. Com and The Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog.Com ( www.kathywraycolemanonlinenewsblog.com ) and ( www.clevelandurbannews.com )   CLEVELAND, Ohio-The  executive board of the Cleveland Chapter of the NAACP unanimously accepted the resignation of its president, George Forbes, at its monthly meeting on Tues. evening, putting to rest controversy over who was leading the Civil Rights organization while the 81-year-old Forbes has been in Florida with his wife in recent months or years. James Hardiman, the Cleveland attorney who represented the NAACP in the now defunct Cleveland schools desegregation case and the first vice president, will, by organization charter, take the helm until the November general election, one that is expected to draw a cross section of candidates including the Rev. Tony Minor,  executive director of the United Pastor's in Mission, Mount Olive Baptist Church Pastor Larry Harris, and Dr. E

Updated At End Of Article, Monday, April 30, 2012: George Forbes resigns as Cleveland NAACP president, maybe, confusion hurts Black community, community activists say Cleveland NAACP should stand up for Black community, Forbes is famous for throwing chair at Councilman Johnson, harassing State Sen. Nina Turner by putting her in Aunt Jemima attire on cover of Call and Post Newspaper, community activists are glad Forbes is leaving, hope Blacks can get NAACP help now

George Forbes  By Kath y Wray Coleman, Editor, Cleveland Urban News. Com and The Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog.Com ( www.kathywraycolemanonlinenewsblog.com ) and ( www.clevelandurbannews.com )   CLEVELAND, Ohio-The Cleveland Chapter NAACP is under scrutiny because its officials cannot confirm whether its 81-year-old president or former president, semi- retired Cleveland Attorney George Forbes, is still  the president of the local chapter of the nation's most prominent Civil Rights institution. And he can't either, apparently, though he said last week that he has called it quits. (Editor's note: Read the complete article for the potential candidates for the November election for Cleveland NAACP President and see the end of the article as to the harassment of state Sen. Nina Turner by Forbes because he could not control her like some other Cleveland area Black leaders that allegedly fear him and what he might do to them if they do not cooperate when he says so on c