Promoter of the ‘World’s Greatest’ Promoter

ROBERT WENECK 1945-2016 Veteran news media director and public relations officer to the world’s greatest boxing promoter Don King, has died. Weneck, 70, lost a long bout with cancer that he fought rigorously and bravely until his final days. “He kept on working like he wasn’t going to die. He did more work dying, than a man would do living. He was the promoter’s promoter, in other words he was promoting me,” said King regarding his publicist. Weneck’s contributions to the field of public relations during nearly four decades were enormous. Throughout the course of his career, he has been a consultant and publicist for the White House, major corporations, celebrities, doctors, sports figures,

King honored in Florida

Global Peace Advocate, iconic boxing prompter and Call & Post Publisher Don King was among the Black History Month honorees at the “Unsung Heroes” event hosted by Palm Beach County District 7 Commissioner Priscilla A. Taylor in West Palm Beach, FL recently. The event held at the Jane M. Thompson Memorial Chamber paid tribute to African Americans that make up the rich fabric of Palm Beach County who have stepped up to the call of duty, broke color barriers or quietly made their communities better one person at a time.

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‘INDEFATIGABLE ADVOCATE FOR PEACE AND WOMEN’S RIGHTS’ Now is the time for this nation to fulfill its promise!!! The Nuclear Age demands equality for the white woman…and people of color. The system of white supremacy and control dictates the denial of the WHITE WOMEN EQUALITY AND PEOPLE OF COLOR EQUALITY BASED ON INFERIORITY…AND WHITE MALE OWNED PROPERTY. “I will create a whole new system and I will tear this system apart.” Republican Presidential Candidate Donald J. Trump ALL THE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES AGREE, UNANIMOUSLY, THAT THE SYSTEM IS CANCEROUSLY CORRUPT, A SYSTEM THAT MAKES WRONG RIGHT AND RIGHT WRONG. Yet, thus far, only one candidate, Republican, Donald J. Trump, running for the W

Help Save America- Help Save the World

‘INDEFATIGABLE ADVOCATE FOR PEACE AND WOMEN’S RIGHTS’ The Nuclear Age: Demands total equality and full first class citizenship for the White women and the non-white women with the protections and securities of the law, just as it is accorded to the man…equally. “Men their rights and nothing more; women their rights and nothing less.” Susan B. Anthony The gender barrier is devastating our country. The white woman being denied as a perfect human being violates every Christian principle, every Christian value, and every human quality of life for good people and it contradicts every principle of Liberty, Freedom, Justice and Equality under which this great nation, called America, was founded up

Honoring José Sulaimán Chagnón in Mexico

Mexico City—Iconic boxing promoter Don King and late World Boxing Council (WBC) president José Sulaimán Chagnón were inseparable in the sport for more than three decades, so it was only appropriate that King would be here to honor his friend at the grand opening of the Jose Sulaiman Chagnon gymnasium installed the Otomi Ceremonial Center on Monday Feb.9. “To see them pay homage to him in a new building that carries his spirit into immortality is just a heart felt thanks. It’s a magnanimous situation for me and I’m delighted that they are remembering him because he contributed so much to the sport, but more importantly to the people and what the people stand for. He was a true Mexican and he

Gym named for José Sulaimán Chagnón

Iconic boxing promoter Don King joined with Mexican governor Eruviel Ávila and WBC President Mauricio Sulaimán at the grand opening of the Jose Sulaiman Chagnon gymnasium installed the Otomi Ceremonial Center in Mexico on Monday Feb. 9. The late World Boxing Council (WBC) president José Sulaimán Chagnón and King were inseparable in the sport for more than three decades. Also in attendance were Alfredo Castillo, director general of the Conade, and legendary great Julio Cesar Chavez. (Kenneth D. Miller/Photo)

Shaker Arts Council Presents Reading of “The Bloodless Jungle”

On Saturday, March 12, 2016, the Shaker Arts Council (“SHAC”) will present the world premiere staged reading of “The Bloodless Jungle,” written by Peter Lawson Jones. The event, a benefit for SHAC, will be held at the Karamu House 89th St. in Cleveland. The afternoon begins at 2p.m. with the staged reading followed by a talk back Q & A. As an audience member you will have a unique opportunity to help shape the ultimate play by providing valuable feedback to the playwright and cast. Tickets can be purchased online at www.shakerartscouncil.org or by calling SHAC at 216.916.9360 or Karamu at 216.795.7070. General admission tickets are $35 and include light refreshments and a reception with a ca

Greater Cleveland Sports Awards Celebrate Best of Cleveland Sports

Special moments take center stage at the Sports Awards The 16th Annual Greater Cleveland Sports Awards presented by Medical Mutual and FirstMerit honored the best of Cleveland sports Thursday Jan. 28 at the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel. Heisman Trophy winner and Super Bowl MVP Desmond Howard – a graduate of Cleveland St. Joseph’s High School – hosted a sell-out crowd of over 1,200. The event is the primary annual fundraiser for the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission. The Sports Commission, a 501c(3) non-profit, aims to improve the economy, image and quality of life in Greater Cleveland by attracting, managing and creating major sporting events. Call and Post Publisher and legendary boxing pr

Help Save America - Help Save the World

‘INDEFATIGABLE ADVOCATE FOR PEACE AND WOMEN’S RIGHTS’ NOW IS THE TIME FOR THIS NATION TO FULFILL ITS PROMISE!!! THE NUCLEAR AGE: Demands that the woman must have total equality and full citizenship rights in order for America to live up to the organic fundamental principles on which it was founded upon: Life, Liberty, Freedom, Justice and Equality. History tells us that the women were inhumanly degraded, persecuted and treated barbarically long before America was ever conceived as a nation. At that time women were housekeepers were used for child bearing and instruments of pleasure, with no rights, and just outright enslaved. That is what is so remarkable about the founding of America. A new

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