Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Nata Webster is Deters black neighbor/Deters' math

Nate Webster, is charged with 3rd degree felonies and has a bond as if he were charged with aggravated murder. One million dollars bond for Nate. Could it be that Joe Deters is offended that Nate lives in his neighborhood (.3 miles away) and wants to make sure Nate doesn't return to "ruin" Joe's half million dollar neighborhood?

CAJD's does not  condone Nate's
Alleged   behavior.  We Despise Deters behavior (racism, lover of hookers, waste of taxpayers money - Tracie Hunter case)

Joe must go!

Deters' math.

A Cincinnati firefighter charged similarly to Nate received a $10,000.00 bond -- but he was doing his business in Lincoln Heights and what does Joe care about the people in Lincoln Heights?.........Deters does not like black people.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Already Deters hates Chief James Craig.

First, going to Washington for  jobs and justice.

At this blog we don't condone violence. We believe all that break the law should be brought to justice, but no one deserves to be the victim of injustice.  Just-us.
Thank you Joe Deters.

Why Deters hates Cheif Craig...keep reading.
The new chief's in town less than a week and you're already picking a fight.  Why do you hate black men?

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Black Family Reunion - What the media won't show you, Washington, etc.

First, here's on article on the upcoming DC trip and Pre-Rally that will take place this Friday at 1580 Summit Rd. (Roselawn,Formerly Harmony school, now Rev. Lynch's church)

Below is a few pictures from Black Family Reunion Parade and Reunion  that were taken with cell phone camera.  There were hundreds of postive youth that participated in the parade and activities at the BFR. The pictures below don't show half the excitement and love of the thousands  of people in attendance. It was a peaceful and wonderful event. Kudos to Dr. Dorothy Height for making her dream a reality.  Very proud of the young people that participated. If you know a young person that participated or attended, pat them on the back -- nice job.

Ronald wanted to learn dance steps. He was such a great sport.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

WDBZ black radio host disses Marching

Last week I posted on facebook a link to an article about the upcoming March and Rally in Washington, led by Rev. Al Sharpton and Tom Joyner, to commemorate the unveiling of the MLK monument on the National Mall.

In response to my post I received the following smart ass comment from political astute radio talk show host, Nathan Ive.

“We march too damn much, dont you think?”

I was floored that the comment came from a “conscious” black man. Was he kidding me? Here’s how I responded to his post.

 Nathan, each day I listen to your callers, the Buzz callers (some of them are sorry as fk), call in and complain and whine—my baby’s been shot, my baby’s been over prosecuted- we ain’t got no jobs – and they never get off their ass and try to change their circumstance, and some refuse to VOTE. Well, the marchers – we get off our asses and shine a bright light on the disparities in this country. And as Rev. Al says – marching won’t solve the problem, but it will expose it. Right on Rev. Al! If not a march, or prayer vigil, than what? What can we do Nate? I’m not going to sit back and watch Black men become extinct. You are a dying breed Nate and you better recognize. Appreciate you, brother, seriously. At least you do something.

I purposely did not mention in my reply comment that as I helped organize several buses going to Washington from Cincinnati, I'd heard one too many black folks asks me if marches/rallies/protest – I throw them all in the same pot of greens –are still effective.

Hell yes they are.

We need people willing to march and shine the spotlight on America’s greatest national shames:

• Attacks on poor and working class

• Wrongfully incarcerated and over incarcerated (thank you Joe Deters)

• Police misconduct

• Unemployment

• Substandard education

• Substandard health care


This is my clarion call to the community if you can’t make the bus trip with us to Washington—you can come out to the pre-rally. See details below.

                                               SAVE THE DATE

What: Jobs, Justice, and Peace Pre- Rally

When: Friday August 26 @7 pm

Where: New Prospect Baptist Church – Rev. Lynch’s church (formerly Harmony school)

1580 Summit Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45237 (Roselawn)


Why: On August 26 hundreds of Cincinnatians will board charter buses headed to Washington, D.C in conjunction with the National Action Network “Fight for Jobs and Justice Movement!”

The Rally and March will also commemorate the unveiling of the MLK monument on the National Mall. V

We invite the community to attend the Jobs, Justice and Peace Pre-Rally at 7pm.

David Singleton executive director of the Ohio Justice & Policy Center (OJPC) will kick off this event.

No jobs, no justice, no peace. March on.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Rebirth of a Bad, Black chick!

Unapologetically, black, outspoken and in your face.

"you taunt me--I taunt back."

In my Robert Deniro voice, “You want some of me?”

BTW we loooove Rob D. Robert Denior – you are a great American!

Monday, August 8, 2011

The Evil that resides in Hamilton County (UPDATE - Comments)

We know through IP address who post (GPA ppl). You are a coward and you will be "checked" when I see you tomn, 

"This blog was created because of corrupt Prosecutor Deters, but it's not always about Deters. There's a lot of work that needs to be done in communities across this country - no just-us, no peace
Commissioners Monzel and Hartmann   voted on Monday not to renew the Health and Hospital Levy. The levy will save tax payers a whopping 10 cents per day. Shame on Monzel and Hartmann
Chris Monzel  (513) 946-4409       fax (513) 946-4407;
Greg Hartmann  (513) 946-4405    fax (513) 946-4404;

Commissioner Todd Portune - You are a Great American!

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Want Justice? Join Us!

"This blog was created because of corrupt Prosecutor Deters, but it's not always about Deters. There's a lot of work that needs to be done in communities across this country - no just-us, no peace."

What if Rev. Al were too…?

I can’t type that three letter word about a man I revere.

And I wish that scary thought had never entered my mind a couple of weeks ago, but it did and I’m going to deal with it, even if I won’t type what “it” is. And if “it” is something you don’t want to deal with than you might want to stop reading this now.

If something were to happen to the Rev. Al --

Black people would be without a leader.

It’s not that there aren’t leaders upon leaders in black communities and good leaders too, there are, but is there anyone that compares to the Rev. Al?

When the Rev. Al puts the clarion call out for communities to organize around a particular cause--it’s loud. I can picture an MC on stage introducing Rev. Al like this, “Make some noooooooooise.” And the crowd goes wild. Help is here. Help is here.

I heard an unidentified person state in a video on NAN’S website, something like this--when Rev. Al Sharpton gets involved with someone’s unjust situation, it’s almost a guarantee that they will get justice.

This is certainly the reason why each day countless people call into Rev Al’s radio show, “Keeping It Real” and plead their case, or the case of a friend or family member. Everyone wants the Rev Al’s help.

Sometimes the request are ridiculous and funny, but more often than not they are despicable acts of injustice.

Some just-us stories I’ve heard told on the Rev Al’s radio show, bring me to tears. I wish I had the resources and the name recognition to take up the case. After all, once upon a time, I wrote to the Rev. Al with my sad story. I never heard anything from the Rev. Al, and I’m sure my story was just one of thousands of requests for just-us help.

However, instead of throwing myself a pity party, well actually I threw several pity parties, but I also got up off my rump, rolled up my sleeves and increased my efforts to help the people in my community make better choices, and to support them in the unfortunate case that they make a bad choice. I work for Sentences that fit. Justice that works.

Each day I pray for the safety and well being of Rev. Al. At the end of August I plan to charter a bus to Washington for a Rally and March in conjunction with the Rev Al’s National Action Networks “Fight for Jobs and Justice Movement!

The Rally and March will also commemorate the unveiling of the MLK monument on the National Mall.

On our bus we are taking over a dozen young people because we plan to train and raise up our next generation of leaders. Because as Rev Al always says, “The Leader you’re looking for, you look at in the mirror every morning.”

Right on Rev.
Join Us!

UPDATED: Washington D.C. King Monument Itinerary and Payment information

WHAT: March on Washington to commemorate the unveiling of the MLK monument on the National Mall in conjunction with the National Action Networks “Fight for Jobs and Justice Movement! Visit

WHEN: August 26, 27th & 28th

Boarding and Departure from Cincinnati: Friday August 26, 2011 at 9:00 pm

Departure location: Future site of New Prospect Baptist Church (formerly Harmony school). The location is 1580 Summit Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45237 (Roselawn)

***We will have a Pre - Rally at 7pm at departing location even if you don't make the trip, please come out and support us***

We will arrive in DC Saturday morning (around 10am), freshen up, breakfast and then proceed to Rally and March. We’ll re-board the bus from the National Mall around 5:00 pm and go to the hotel for a much needed rest and hospitality, event or evening play on your own. Were urging everyone to dress in lose fitting, comfortable clothing and wear appropriate shoes made for walking.

Boarding and Departure from Washington D.C.: Sunday August 28, 2011 at 11:00am. Anticipated arrival time in Cincinnati, Ohio is 1 am.

Cost as outlined below:

Transportation: $91.00 per seat

First payment of $45.00 is due immediately and $46.00 balance is due August 12th PLEASE SEND MONEY ORDER OR CHECK ONLY PAYABLE TO Life Trip Inc. Mail check: TO V. STRAUGHN AT P.O.BOX 32095 CINTI, OH 45232

Hotel: $99.00 + tax and applicable fees (2 double beds per room) if you are staying with relatives or friends please let us know so that we can provide you with boarding information on the return home.

Rooms must reserved immediately. Trip organizers have reserved a block of rooms at the Hilton Garden In Silver Springs MD, under the King Memorial Group. Travelers are responsible for booking their own rooms by calling 1-877-881-2683 or directly to the hotel at 1-310-622-3333 or visit and input our group code KMG.

Questions? Contact Sis. V 513-226-8170