Help Save America- Help Save the World

‘INDEFATIGABLE ADVOCATE FOR PEACE AND WOMEN’S RIGHTS’ In order to save America and to help save the world women must have total equality. To win the battle for democracy we need the women. To live and survive in the nuclear age cannot be achieved by leaving 50% of the population powerless. There is no other issue at hand, other than women’s total equality, God given unalienable rights, full citizenship rights and equal participation and contribution in voting power toward America’s survival, secured and protected by the United States Constitution (the law). While recognizing the many critical issues confronting the American people, the American that she has fought for suffrage (t

Cavs Outlast T-Wolves for Lue's First Win

Wrap-Up -- Tyronn Lue had to wait one game before his new up-tempo offense took hold and gave the 38-year-old head coach with his first career win – but it was worth the wait. The Cavaliers played with an urgency that was missing in Lue’s debut on Saturday night, racing past the Timberwolves early in the fourth quarter and hanging on through a high-scoring final period for the 114-107 victory over the scrappy Timberwolves on Monday night at The Q. After Saturday night’s loss to the Bulls, Lue maintained that his team had to get in better shape in order to run his offensive system. Monday night’s contest provided them some on-the-job training for exactly that, with the Wine and Gold notching


Tyronn Lue didn't make much of a difference in his coaching debut for Cleveland as Pau Gasol scored 25 points, leading the Chicago Bulls to a 96-83 win over the Cavaliers on Saturday night. Lue was promoted Friday, when the Cavaliers fired David Blatt despite him taking the team to the NBA Finals last season and currently leading the Eastern Conference. The coaching swap didn't have any immediate impact on the Bulls, who outhustled the Cavs to loose balls and won for just the third time in nine games. Jimmy Butler scored 20 points, Nikola Mirotic added 17 and Taj Gibson 15 for Chicago, which opened a 17-point lead in the third quarter and never let the Cavs get closer than eight in the fourt


BECOMES AN ALL-STAR FOR THE 12th CONSECUTIVE YEAR The NBA announced tonight that Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James has been selected as a starter for the Eastern Conference in a vote by the fans for the 2016 NBA All-Star Game. James was the top vote-getter in the conference with 1,089,206 votes. The 2016 All-Star appearance will mark the 12th consecutive (all starts) for the two-time NBA All-Star MVP (2006 and 2008). In his previous 11 All-Star appearances, James has averaged 25.3 points, 6.5 rebounds, 6.2 assists, 1.5 steals and 31.2 minutes while shooting .516 from the field. He will become just the sixth player to start in at least 12 All-Star Games, joining Kobe Bryant, Kareem Ab

Imani Temple to host C&P concert

The esteemed Imani Temple Ministries Pastor and Establishmentarian Dr. Rodney Thomas will be hosting ‘Celebrating Christ, Celebrating History’ Gospel Concert on Friday Feb. 5 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Call & Post Newspaper and Black History Month. The Gospel Concert will feature the amazing Imani Temple Ministry Mass Choir, renowned local vocalist Carlton Fellows and the sensational Cleveland Men of Song along with other outstanding gospel artist. The anointed Tina Farmer will serve as the Mistress of Ceremonies. Imani Temple Ministries is located at 2463 North Taylor Road. The event is free to the public. For more information and advertising contact the Call & Post at (216

MLK vision celebrated at Greater Abyssinia Baptist Church

The renowned Rev. Dr. E. Theophlius Caviness hosted the 15th annual Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) Scholarship dinner on the anniversary of what would have been Dr. Martin Luther King 87th Birthday on Jan. 15. It was an evening that would have undoubtedly made the famed civil righters leader proud would have made Dr. King proud. The presence of young people and their participation addressed Dr. King’s educational vision, and the involvement of the Community personified Dr. King’s dream. The (SCLC), Cleveland Chapter's Mission continues to strive toward the fulfillment of Dr. King's Dream. The Audacity to Have Hope During Hopeless Times! The SCLC helped a young lady; Diana P

Help Save America; Help Save the World

‘INDEFATIGABLE ADVOCATE FOR PEACE AND WOMEN’S RIGHTS’ The nuclear age deserves a new way of thinking and a new way of acting because there is no rematch clause in a nuclear war exchange. Happy Birthday in the Memory of two Giant Trailblazers Alice Paul Alice Paul was the architect of some of the most outstanding political achievements on behalf of women in the 20th century. Born on January 11, 1885 to Quaker parents in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, Alice Paul dedicated her life to the single cause of securing equal rights for all women. Few individuals have had as much impact on American history as has Alice Paul. Her life symbolizes the long struggle for justice in the United States and around th

Rev. Al Sharpton sees Donald Trump as the white Don King

Rev. Al Sharpton sees Donald Trump as the white Don King BY JENNIFER FERMINO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS CITY HALL BUREAU CHIEF The Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the Daily News editorial board on Thursday (January 7). Sharpton said he sees striking similarities in Donald Trump and Don King. The Rev. Al Sharpton thinks Donald Trump has run a “great” media campaign in his bid for the White House — and believes the Republican is like a white version of his pal Don King. Sharpton, in a wide-ranging interview with the Daily News editorial board Thursday, said he’d probably get in trouble for saying it, but admitted that the similarities between the boxing promoter and the real estate tycoon are striking. "My

Celebrating 100 Years

“The highest tradition in journalism is service to the people. Service by informing and by interpreting; service by giving voice to the goals, aspirations and needs of the people. Service by calling attention to injustices inflicted on the people and by demanding an end to these injustices. Service by rallying the indignation and the action of the people when the need arises. Such has been the role of the Negro press in America, and no other mass communication medium has been more effective in serving freedom’s cause than this Press. For its crusades it has directed its attention to the practical realities in the life of the people it serves. No one can tell of our accomplishments like we ca

History in Maple Heights  First Black Mayor Annette McMillian-Blackwell Sworn-in

Maple Heights High School 11th grade student Kayla Thompson quietly sang Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes ‘Wake Up Everybody’ as hundreds of people from as far as Alabama joined in the historical swearing-in of Annette McMillian-Blackwell as the city’s first Black Mayor on Jan.6 at Maple Heights High School auditorium. The song served as a perfect backdrop on a crisp clear evening as Maple Heights City Council held swearing-in ceremonies for its seven council members and the first Black elected mayor in the 100 year history of the city. After each council member took the oath of office, the moment of history finally arrived as an emotional Blackwell fought back tears as she stood on the audito

EXCLUSIVE: Sen. Marco Rubio Presidential Candidate vows to restore American Dream

United States Senator Marco Rubio (Florida) is among the leading Republican Presidential candidates, and this week he exclusively spoke to the Call & Post Newspaper to explain how, if elected, he pledges to restore the American Dream to minorities and African Americans. Rubio’s passion about restoring the American Dream resonates from his humble beginnings. His parents came to America from Cuba in 1956 and earned their way to the middle class, working humble jobs. His father was a bartender in hotels and his mother worked as a maid, cashier and retail clerk. It was through their loving and powerful example, Rubio learned the importance of work and family, and developed the belief that all th


My fellow Americans, as our late, great, visionary President John Fitzgerald Kennedy said: “Now is the time for this nation to fulfill its promise.” June 10, 1963, President John F. Kennedy delivered a speech at the American University outlining an ingenious nuclear strategy. A strategy of warning, a strategy of cause and effect, a strategy of prevention of nuclear war, a strategy of common sense, which encompasses all the above. If heeded, hopefully, and prayerfully will result in world peace. “What kind of peace do I mean and what kind of a peace do we seek? Not a Pax Americana enforced on the world by American weapons of war. Not the peace of the grave or the security of the slave. I am

Call and Post contest winners! Congratulations, William and Chassidy Jones

Disney on Ice tickets are one of the hottest tickets to have for the New Year. The Call & Post Newspaper received many submissions by parents of their kids color ad in exchange for Disney on Ice tickets. The contest began at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 4, 2016 and William Jones was excited to personally walk in and submit a wonderful colored Disney on Ice picture for his younger sister Chassidy Jones. The two youngsters came in escorted by their grandmother and were happy to receive a family four pack of tickets. “I colored this picture for my sister for her birthday, which is Thursday, January 7, and I wanted to make her birthday special so that she could see Disney on Ice,” said William. William,

Browns Owner Jimmy Haslam Promotes Sashi Brown

Young African American to key Browns new leadership team Last December, Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam met with the Call & Post to discuss the newspaper centennial celebration among other items. During that meeting, Haslam provided hints to the Browns’ future. When I praised Haslam for his hiring of African-American General Manager Ray Farmer, he was quick to interject the name of his executive vice president/general counsel Sashi Brown. Perhaps that was the hint of what was to come. This week the Browns relieved both head coach Mike Pettine and General Manager Ray Farmer of their duties after the team’s final game of the season. Haslam then made the announcement that Brown would be pro

Help Save America; Help Save the World

Women must have equality to make America work A system, which considers the white woman and non-white woman as inferior and as owned property must be eliminated. THE EVIL MISGUIDED WAY OF LIFE SYSTEM of white supremacy and control does just that!!! It denies the woman her unalienable God-given rights. So, the evil system must go!!! Must be eliminated, disassembled and destroyed!!! For America to survive, in this nuclear age, to live in peace, while beleaguered with small wars: wars in the Middle East, war in Syria, war against ISIS, unrest around the world, we need woman's ethical influence and her quick sense of right and wrong, along with her instinctive capabilities to separate them one f

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