Friday, February 26, 2010

Deters rears his ugly head for black man’s lynching

Here ye! Here ye! Here ye!

Once again the part-time prosecutor and full time black people’s persecutor has reared his ugly head for the black man’s lynching. Death Penalty Deters plans to lynch Anthony Kirkland for the murder of Esme Kenney. Indeed Kirkland is accused of killing Casonya “Sharee” Crawford. Mary Jo Newton and Kimya Rolinson. However, those murders are not the reason that Deters is out on his high horse with rope in his white, wealthy, and well-connected hand. Deters mourns not for little black ghetto Sharee. No tears for white trash Mary Jo. No compassion for dead Kimya Rolinson. Little Esme, little jogger, little white SPCA student, little picture-perfect girl, may you R.I.P in peace. Deters mourns for you. He visited your family after Kirkland murdered you. But he didn’t visit the other murder victim’s families—and yes we know why. Deters may not shed tears for them, but we do. We shed tears for all of you, and especially you little Esme. Because had Kirkland not caught you in the park and choked you, and burned you, and stolen your watch—there murders would be unsolved. Thank you little Esme. Join hands in heaven with Sharee, and Mary Jo, and Kimya.

Deters seems to only rear his head when it's time for public lynchings.

Prayer for Deters.

Pray for me.

Pray for justice.

Pray for Andrew

CAJD will pray for your families. May they be comforted in their time of need.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

CPS School Board - Bates

I posted this a while back. But think it's worth posting again.

I’m always too tired to write a blog post and too lazy to edit. Still I always feel it’s my duty to post. So, I’m up at 5am writing a post.

I attended the CPS candidate forum last night moderated by Michelle Hopkins of WLWT channel 5. Great job, Mrs. Hopkins

Here are a few of my thoughts. First impressions

The Good, The Bad, and the McDowell

1. Vanessa White - What most impressed me about Vanessa White is that she has 5 school children in the CPS schools. She is an active volunteer at Rockdale academy. She stated that many people question why she volunteers because they believe that the parents don’t care. She stated that nothing could be further from the truth. She stated that she has yet to encounter a parent that does not want their child to succeed. Mrs. White recognizes that more parents need to become engaged and that’s why she helped establish the Parent Leadership Institute. Kudos to Vanessa White.


2. Ceair Baggett - What an awesome young man with some truly innovative and fresh ideas. As an example he talked about 21st century learning to accommodate the various types of learners. Ceair stated that one should incorporate various teaching methods into the classroom to capitalize on each individual student’s strengths. Ceair also believes that disciplinary actions should be across the board. Punish Woodward and Walnut Hills students the same. Ceair is Taft high school graduate(class of 2005--he graduated with my son--and don't even make me cry). He's 22, a homeowner, pursuing his Master's degree, working in Mgmt--not the type of positive role model that the locals news will show you. Why don't we ever see people like Ceair on the evening news? Ms. Hopkins, story on Ceair?????

3. Jason Haap - An educator/blogger and a man that knows how to get things done. He’s not even on the board (yet) and he’s already lobbied the board to adopt more inclusive anti-harassment policies. Haap would make an excellent school board member because he’s not afraid to asks tough questions, introduce innovative ideas (think outside the box). Nor is he afraid to investigate those that don’t operate under complete transparency. Haap believes school board members should focus on solutions, not biographies.

Haap is needed on that board. HAAP on Board.


4. John Banner - He does not support the school levy. Nor does he support a prevailing wage. On the panel Banner made two comments (something about his ex wife, and something about Flannery) that some found offensive. Banner has a car bumper sticker that reads ‘DON’T BREED ‘EM IF, YOU CAN’T FEED ‘EM’ and apparently he’s against feeding impoverished children school lunches.


5. Lisa Schare - She didn’t really jump out as front and center candidate--that is as the candidate that could implement the much needed change on the CPS school board. Still, she has a child in CPS schools, and she believes it’s important to keep art in our schools (I agree). She talked about a fresh approach to learning. She mentioned a book, A New Mind by John Pink. (I think that was the book. I think that’s the author’s name)

She used the term at-risk youth. I like to think of our youth as being at-promise. Over all she appeared to be a solid candidate.


6. Curtis Wells - Mr. Wells was a no show. I don’t think he called to cancel because they still had his bottle of water and name card out in front of his empty seat. I heard one of the host mumble that Wells (AKA Rebel Rouser) was a no show, as she covered his name card. As much "smack" that Wells talks on radio, I would have liked to see/meet him. He's seems highly educated.

7. Mary Welsch Schlueter - At first hearing her on the stage, I thought her opening remarks sounded sort of gimmicky. I wasn’t surprised to later find out that she is a marketing exec. As the evening got going Welsch Schleter answered questions precisely and offered up real solutions. I believed she mentioned the success of a school/program called Decca. She appeared seasoned, and very knowledgeable. My guess is that she’d make a solid school board member. Hey, she talked about virtual backpacks.


8. Melanie Bates - She really scared me as a current school board incumbent. She made comments like don’t bring the streets in our schools, and the answer to solve discipline problems in our schools is more police. Whereas some of the other candidates took the approach that educators should nurture and build trusting relationships with students, her approach appeared to set CPS schools up for failure. I am very sensitive to her what she’s been through in her life, so maybe that has played a part in why she now sees the jar as half-empty as it pertains to our children. Perhaps it’s time for her to move on.

Bates and the other Deter types start considering how much prison space they'll need when our black babies are in the 4th grade.  They don't understand what the price of freedom, jobs, opportunities, means to us.  Malcolm X says the price of freedom (jobs, contracts, education, equality)  is death.


Some on the school board don't understand that when our black children are in the fourth grade, some like Deters and Bates make notes on how much jail space, they'll need for our kids. What they don't understand is that the price of freedom (equality, justice, opportunities) is, well, Malcolm X says it best...

9. Catherine D. Ingram - As an incumbent it appeared that she had all the answers, or at least thought she did. At times she did appear to have many solid answers for the questions asked. She passionately supports a prevailing wage and made an excellent case for others to support it. Still perhaps, it’s time for her to move on from the school board.

10. Eileen Cooper Reed - I’ve heard her speak at other events and it’s clear that she’s really cares about our communities and students. Still, lately, she’s appeared a little tired. Last night she stated that she wants back on school board because she has some unfinished business on the board. I think, perhaps, if the business ain’t finished by now...

11. Joyce F. Hooks - She has such a pleasant speaking voice. And she’s a really pleasant person to talk to. I like that her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren attended or attend CPS. I think the fact that she’s a retired educator is a plus and minus. A plus because she should have plenty of time to devote to the board, but a minus because I’m afraid she’s out of touch with technology and how to reach today‘s youth. I could be wrong on this and hope that all will give her a fair shake.

12. Chris McDowell - Wow! He does not support the school levy, does not support a prevailing wage, and none of his 3 children attend CPS public schools. He stated and get this folks, if his daughter became really good at playing the violin, he might consider sending her to the School of the Creative and Performing arts. McDowell is an attorney and it appeared that he only wants on the board to meddle in constructions contracts. His behavior at the meeting last night was downright crude (cell phone kept going off, and reading while other panelist were speaking--hey folks we watch this stuff in the audience) He spoke really loud and spewed the regurgitated Republican talking points. I served in army….I'm in the army now.

Diversity in thought. Are you kidding me? Sounded good as talking points.


I have included candidates email addresses. I hope that the community will email the candidates with your thoughts, suggestion. Our children are the future! Let them know that!

I was thankful that many members of a board that I serve on attended the event. We were there watching, listening. Our education chair was present and our eyes and ears were open WIDE!


Deters @ it again! Councilmember Thomas preaches, Winburn silent, Amos Project Awesome

Feb 24, 2010

Last night I was at Carmel Presbyterian Church in Avondale. I attended the AMOS project kick-off of NEHEMIAH CAMPAIGN: REBUILDING OUR COMMUNITY

“After I looked things over, I stood up and said to the nobles, the officials and the rest of the people, ‘Don’t be afraid of them. Remember the Lord, who is great and awesome, and fight for your brothers, your sons and your daughters, your wives, and your homes.”

Nehemiah 4:14

Issues discussed at the event: Criminal Justice - Impact on families and community

It was a packed house with two council members in attendance (Thomas and Winburn). One of them preached, and not the one you think. Councilmember Thomas brought the house down with his preaching, what’s scary--he sounded very sincere, and he was very good. Winburn sat quietly. Cleary his heart is heavy knowing that so many in our communities don’t have jobs, can’t get jobs, because of past criminal records, even after they have paid their debt to society.

David Singleton, Executive Director, Ohio Justice & Policy Center fired the crowd up! He brought one of his clients, Gene Mayes, ex-offender, remarkable story, has paid his debt to society--can’t get a job with the City.

The lawyer for the Amos project really lit a fire on Deters’ whore humping a$$ in stating Deters wrote a fraudulent letter claiming that the county is bound by law NOT TO hire ex-felons. The lawyer stated that he studied the law and once again, Deters (known for breaking the law), has his persecutor’s foot on citizens necks. I’m sorry that I didn’t get the attorney’s name. However, I gave him a handshake and hope to see him again. I will because I’m going to commit myself to do more work with AMOS.

Speaking of which-- The Amos Project will march on Thursday Feb 24,2010 at 9am sharp to City Hall. Contact them at 513.751.2222

Finally, No Justice No Peace. When will CPS board do right back black folk? Show love to the NAACP and donate to the Legal fund. 513.281.1900

There! I did my PSA. Now back to that whore-humping persecutor. Shameful.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

"CINCINNATI GODDAM" Happy Black History Month

From "MISSISSIPPI GODDAM" by Nina Simone

Oh but this whole country is full of lies
You're all gona die and die like flies
I don't trust you any more
You keep saying "Go slow!"
"Go slow!"

But that's just the trouble
"do it slow"
"do it slow"
Mass participation
"do it slow"
"do it slow"
Do things gradually
"do it slow"

(On another note, after all it is Black History month, visit - it's a work in progress but many of you are contacting CAJD regarding the Soulful Vagina booklet

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Freedom ain't cheap!

When I get off work on Saturday's I'm usually too tired to do anything except plop down on my sofa and tune in to my brother's radio show. Today I was checking out the show and I heard my brother state that he was willing to die for a cause, a cause that he truly believes in, such as helping African-Americans obtain contracts to build CPS schools. My brother stated that he was willing to die so that African-Americans can work in this town. When I heard him state that, suddenly I wasn't tired anymore. All of a sudden I had enough energy to cheer at the sound coming from my internet stream from the radio station. "Go head brother, stand for something or fall for anything." That's the chant I had going until an older gentleman called the station, and stopped me in my tracks. The older gentleman told my brother that black folk, or any folk, should not have to die in 2010. That statement got me to thinkin'--do black folk really have to be willing to die to get justice-work opportunities in Cincinnati- in 2010? Wow!

Should black folk be willing to die to get a fair piece of the American pie? You tell me?

(too tired to edddddddittt)

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Hyde Park Bank Robbery

The unemployment rate, depending on what stat you read and where, among young, black men is as high as 35%

Read article below. The hate that hate produced.  Four brothers.  About 80 years.  Wow.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The middle finger to Jimi Izrael - The Denzel Principle

The middle finger to Jimi Izrael - The Denzel Principle Why Black Women Can't find Good Black men.

This blog is usually reserved for the vile whoremonger persecutor. However, occasionally someone comes along, and does something so vile, that I have to write a post about them.

The talented Jimi Izrael.  Listen to this hate.

Game recognize Game Jimi Izrael. I'm well aware that in writing this post I'm doing exactly what you want me to do-- go frontdoor myself.

Jimi Izrael has got a bunch of kids that he may, or may not be taking care of, and he needs to sell some books to support his family. I ain't mad at you Jimi. Take care of them black babies, so they don't end up in the Joe Deters just-us system.

What angers me about your book, the excerpt that I've read from it, and your recent interviews on the book--is that you perpetuate stereotypes and paint a negative picture of black women? Who the front door do you think is going to let you back door them after reading your book. Brotha, please.

I will buy your book, and help you pay that child support, but show some love, my brother. By the way, WTF is Ejaculation Negotiation?

email Jimi and make him apologize.
His twitter

My twitter fbkwrites

The Denzel Principle      Why Black Women Can't Find Good Black Men

jimi izrael

Vote! City Beat this Joe Deters!


For City Beat newspaper best of.

There are a variety of categories to choose from

Somewhere I wrote down my picks--can't find them now. Gotta get better organized. But here are a few that I remember in my brain.

Best new local author Franki Butler-Kidd (Soulful Vagina)
Best Blog
Best twitter fbkwrites (It's new -trying to build that brand)


I even added Joe Deters in a couple categories. Ouch.

Friday, February 12, 2010

In case you missed FBK on the Tom Joyner morning show

(Inside her story with the awesome Jacque Reid)
Check it out below.
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Hey Blog readers we will be at the Buzz bookfair Feb 13, 2010 (tomorrow) from 10am to 4pm.

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal

1301 Western Avenue

Cincinnati, OH 45203


With the booklet  Soulful Vagina and the book Dream Deferred

Thanks for your love and support Cincinanti.  I'll admit-I'm a work in progress.
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