Cleveland.com

Stadiums, Taxpayer Dollars, Cuyahoga County, Tax Subsidies

Opponents, Some Supporters, of Q Renovation Plan Pack Meeting

Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Cleveland.com

More than 200 people packed Cuyahoga County Council chambers Tuesday on both sides of a proposed plan to spend tax dollars to renovate Quicken Loans Arena...the largest crowd ever to attend a meeting since council formed six years ago, a resolution allowing the county to sell $140 million Read more about Opponents, Some Supporters, of Q Renovation Plan Pack Meeting

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Early Voting Locations in Cleveland, ATU, Board of Elections, march

Hundreds March to Cast Ballots, Protest Dearth of Early Voting Sites

Sunday, October 30, 2016
Cleveland.com

Several hundred voters marched to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections on Sunday to cast ballots and protest the limited number of in-house early voting locations in Ohio. Read more about Hundreds March to Cast Ballots, Protest Dearth of Early Voting Sites

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Cuyahoga County Prosecutors, McGinty, O' Malley, Assembly

1,000 of Greater Cleveland Congregations Put Justice "On Trial"

Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Cleveland.com

Faith leaders put the justice system "on trial" Tuesday as they outlined their demands for reform to Cuyahoga County prosecutor candidates Timothy J. McGinty and Michael O'Malley. Read more about 1,000 of Greater Cleveland Congregations Put Justice "On Trial"

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Tamir Rice, police shooting, Rabbi Caruso, Very Rev. Lind, Pastor Gibson

Failed Justice in Tamir Rice Death Galvanizes Faith Community

Friday, January 1, 2016
Cleveland.com

Western religions generally counsel against pure anger. In scripture, God is lifted up as one who is "slow to anger." Indeed, being slow to anger is aspired to as a virtue for every living being. Yet there are times when anger serves us well – when it is harnessed to confront society's systemic ills and catalyze change. Read more about Failed Justice in Tamir Rice Death Galvanizes Faith Community

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Public Safety, Police, Community Policing, Gun Safety, Protest

Credit Cleveland [and GCC] for Largely Peaceful Protests

Thursday, May 28, 2015
Cleveland.com

What came through loud and clear this past week, however, is that -- rather than descend into violence and chaos -- the citizens of Cleveland chose to express their feelings of anger and dismay in a way that elevated their passionate message. Nothing got lost in a flash of fire or pile of rubble.

Maybe it was the call for peaceful protest by the Greater Cleveland Congregations... Read more about Credit Cleveland [and GCC] for Largely Peaceful Protests

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Greater Cleveland Congregations, Public Safety, Police Reform

Momentum Building Toward Meaningful Police Reform in Cleveland

Sunday, March 8, 2015
Cleveland.com

For all the anger and mistrust swirling around the shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice and the release of a critical U.S. Department of Justice report on the use of excessive force by Cleveland police, voices are being raised in clear expectation that meaningful change can be achieved. Read more about Momentum Building Toward Meaningful Police Reform in Cleveland

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Gun Safety, Gun Regulation, Illegal Guns, Community Organizing in Cleveland

Time is Now to Halt the Flow of Illegal Guns: Gibson & Caruso

Saturday, November 22, 2014
Cleveland.com

On the clear evening of May 29, more than 1,000 people from Greater Cleveland Congregations filled the pews at Olivet Institutional Baptist Church, a venerable place of worship in the heart of urban Cleveland. They came from homes in public housing and affluent suburbs, after work and dinner with their family. They came together with a shared determination to not stand idly by and silently assent to the gun violence that plagues our community. Read more about Time is Now to Halt the Flow of Illegal Guns: Gibson & Caruso

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Gun Violence, Arms Manufacturing, Biometric Technology

Greater Cleveland Congregations Take Gunfight to German Gun Show

Friday, February 28, 2014
Cleveland.com

Is it possible to make a safer gun when humans remain as unpredictable and violent as ever?

That’s a question that Donna Weinberger, a psychotherapist from Cleveland, hopes to explore when she travels to the world’s second largest annual gun show in Nuremberg, Germany next week. Read more about Greater Cleveland Congregations Take Gunfight to German Gun Show

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