Friday, October 28, 2011

Death Penalty Deters - Antrone Smith Halloween Protest anyone?

Death Penalty Deters – Antrone Smith

“Two wrongs don’t make it right,” is what beloved grandmother always said.

Our heart bleeds for DeMarcus Jackson – just like it bled for baby Jenna Edwards. Search this blog for baby Jenna Edwards stories. Heaven's got two angels DeMarcus and Jenna.

But Deters would never seek the death penalty on a white woman. Deters gets his media nut for showcasing  Bad black men. His latest subject – Antrone Smith. It’s horrible what he’s accused of doing. And it’s horrible that Deters will once again use a black man’s case to make society hate the black man.

Shame on you Deters. Shame on you. There was no shame when you were with that prostitute.

Each year until Deters is removed from office by any means necessary we will continue to protest him on Halloween.  This year, meet at Deters office
230 E. Ninth Street, Suite 4000, Cincinnati, OH 45202  for 12 noon PROTEST.

Protesting won't solve the problem (Deters), but it will expose it.

Also, contact Death Penalty Deters and make him aware of your thoughts on the above listed case.
Phone: (513) 946-3000
Fax: (513) 946-3100

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Occupy "BLACK" Cincinnati (Pictures)

Most of the speakers in the pictures are NOT affilated with OBC


October 11, 2011

                                                  Occupy “Black” Cincinnati

United we stand, divided we fall. The organizers of Occupy “Black” Cincinnati have been inspired by the Occupy Cincinnati and Occupy Wall Street protest. We stand with and include ourselves as part of the “99 percent.”

We stand against the nation’s wealth gap. We stand against high unemployment and lack of jobs and contracts in our communities.

An Occupy “Black” Cincinnati pre-rally will take place Friday October 14, 2011 at 7:30 pm. The location is Cincinnati Community Action Agency (CAA) 1740 Langdon Farm Road (lower level).

Immediately following the pre-rally two busloads of Cincinnatians will board charter buses headed to Washington, D.C in conjunction with Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network “Fight for Jobs and Justice Movement!”

The National Rally and March will commemorate the rescheduled unveiling of the MLK monument on the National Mall. President Obama will speak.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Blame it on the Black man (Verdict in Amanda Knox appeal)

Four years later - Amanda Knox is going home.  Hold on dear beloved Andrew.  Hold on.

Haven't been following this case to closely.  Gotta keep our eyes on Joe Deters and the attempted robbery of the juvenile court judges' seat.  That's the next post on this blog.
In the mean time feast on this.

Saturday, October 1, 2011