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MARCH FOR OUR LIVES RALLY AND MARCH IN CLEVELAND JUNE 11, 2022

Above pictures: Hundreds of protesters marched from the steps of Cleveland City Hall to Public Square and around downtown Cleveland, Ohio on Sat, June 11, 2022, an event organized by Cleveland activist and organizer Kathy Wray Coleman of Women's March Cleveland and Imperial Women Coalition and  hosted by Women's March Cleveland and March For Our Lives National against gun violence and for reproductive rights for women. Cleveland's march, which was the largest march in Ohio, was one of nearly 500 sister marches held that day and sponsored by March For Our Lives National

CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOSTREAM ARTICLE BY KATHYWRAYCOLEMANONLINENEWSBLOG.COM OF THE JUNE 11, 2022 WOMEN'S MARCCH CLEVELAND AND MARCH FOR OUR LIVES RALLY AND MARCG TO END GUN VIOLENCE AND FOR REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO OF CLEVELAND CHANNEL 5 NEWS COVERAGE AT YAHOONEWS.COM OF CLEVELAND'S JUNE 11, 2022 MARCH FOR OUR LIVES AND TO SAVE ROE EVENT, INCLUDING THE ROUSING SPEECH BY CLEVELAND MAYOR JUSTIN BIBB

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Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb to keynote the annual Cuyahoga County Democratic Party fundraising dinner, which is in June of 2022....Cuyahoga County includes Cleveland....By Clevelandurbannews.com and Kathywraycolemanonlinenewsblog.com

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By Kathy Wray Coleman, associate publisher, editor-in-chief
CLEVELAND, Ohio- Cleveland Mayor Justin M. Bibb, a former Barack Obama intern and banker who won the nonpartisan runoff election for mayor last November over then city council president Kevin Kelley to become the city's fourth Black mayor and its second youngest behind former mayor Dennis Kucinich, is the special guest speaker for the annual fundraising dinner for the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party. For more information call 216-534-3343.
The event is Sun., June 5, 2022 at the InterContinental Hotel in Cleveland at 9801 Carnegie Ave. beginning at 4pm. Tickets are $200 per person for the dinner and open reception and $1,000 for dinner and a private reception. Sponsorships range from $3,000-$10,000.
Led by 11th Congressional District Congresswoman Shontel Brown, who is stepping down this year as party chair to dedicate more time to congressional issues, the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party headquarters sits in a 29 percent Black county that includes Cleveland, a largely Black major American city of some 372,000 people.
The yearly fundraiser comes as Ohio voters, in November, will determine a replacement for outgoing GOP Sen. Rob Portman and all statewide offices. Three Supreme Court seats , including that of retiting Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor, are also up for grabs, as are other offices such as for appellate and common pleas judgeships across the state. And state lawmakers will finally have a primary election on Aug 2, after a federal court panel last week approved redistricting maps submitted by the Ohio Redistricting Commission. That panel was comprised of two former president Trump appointees.
County voters, in addition to some county council seats, will also choose a new county executive to replace outgoing County Executive Armond Budish, who has opted not to seek a third term in office this year.
A Democrat raised on the southeast side of the city in Cleveland's Mount Pleasant neighborhood by a social worker mom and father who was a Cleveland cop, Mayor Bibb, 34, walked away with 63 percent of the vote when he upset Kelley via last November's mayoral election. Bibb and Kelly were the two to-votegetters in last year's crowded nonpartisan primary for mayor, though it was unexpected that Bibb would outright clobber Kelley in the general election.
It was a  political shakeup that stunned some old heads, including then four-term mayor Frank Jackson, 75 and a Kelley ally, and some members of city council who also supported Kelley's candidacy like  Ward 6 Councilman Blaine Griffin, Jackson's former protege who succeeded Kelley as city council president. A former city council president himself and the city's third Black mayor, and its longest serving mayor, Jackson opted out of seeking an unprecedented fifth term last year. Jackson, Kelley, now a candidate for a Cuyahoga County judgeship, and Griffin are also Democrats, as are all 17 members of Cleveland City Council.
Mayor Bibb is also poised to revamp the city's largely Black Cleveland Metropolitan School District, which is under the control of the city mayor as to a state law that took effect in 1998 when the state of Ohio and the school district were released from a longstanding desegregation court order. The mayoral control law eliminated an elected school board and replaced it with appointees of the mayor, who also controls the schools multi-million dollar  budget that is funded primarily by taxpayers.

By Kathy Wray Coleman, associate publisher, editor. Coleman is a seasoned Black Cleveland journalist who trained at the Call and Post Newspaper for 17 years and an experienced investigative and political reporter. She is the most read independent journalist in Ohio per Alexa.com-Clevelandurbannews.com and Kathywraycolemanonlinenewsblog.com, the most read Black digital newspaper and Black blog in Ohio and in the Midwest. Tel: (216) 659-0473. Email: editor@clevelandurbannews.com. We interviewed former president Barack Obama one-on-one when he was campaigning for president. As to the Obama interview, CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE AT CLEVELAND URBAN NEWS.COM, OHIO'S LEADER IN BLACK DIGITAL NEWS.



Last Updated on Friday, 03 June 2022 17:59

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The annual11th Congressional District Caucus Parade is Monday, September 2

11th Congressional District Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge, a Warrensville Heights Democrat who also chairs the Congressional Black Caucus of Blacks in Congress. waives to the crowd last year at the annual 11th Congressional District Caucus Parade.  This year's parade kicks off on Monday, September 2 on Cleveland's east side at 10:00 am from E. 149th Street and Kinsman Road and ends at Luke Easter Park where the picnic will begin. The event will be replete with political speeches and entertainment from various sources, including local musicians and bands. The well-attended caucus parade was initiated by Democrat Louis Stokes, the retired congressman before Fudge, and the tradition was furthered by the late Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones, Fudges' predecessor. Stokes was the first Black congressperson from Ohio and Tubbs Jones was the first Black congresswoman from Ohio