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via Cleveland19: Michael Jordan has released a statement after President Donald Trump tweeted about LeBron James’ interview on CNN. NBA insider Shams Charania posted Jordan’s statement about Trump’s statement on Twitter. “I support LJ. He’s doing an amazing job for his community,” Jordan said in a statement CLICK HERE to read full story

via Cleveland19 Many of you will be sitting down with your families enjoying a hot meal. The Greater Cleveland Food Bank have partnered with several agencies to make sure no one goes hungry during the holidays. Cleveland 19 as well as the food bank have prepared a list of hot meal sites that will be open on or near Thanksgiving to help those struggling […]

Although the CDC recently reported that only a fraction of persons all ages (13.5%) are in fair or poor health, there’s a long line of alarming statics surrounding health in the African American community Take for instance that in 2011-2014, 37.6% of men 20 years and over suffered with obesity. While there’s nothing wrong with […]

Made popular by reality shows and the belief in doing more with less, Cleveland’s first foray into permanent tiny homes is nearing completion. Two homes are in the final stages of construction, and will be unveiled on June 22 in a ribbon cutting ceremony. The two homes sit on a single lot at the corner of […]

Ash Wednesday, 2016 is Wednesday February 10th, and that means that Fish Fry season begins in Northeast Ohio! Why is it Fish Fry “season”?  Many Christian churches abstain from eating meat on Fridays during Lent, which is why some people think of this time of year as “fish fry season.” Churches and organizations host Lenten seafood lunches and […]

Many of you will be sitting down with your families enjoying a hot meal. The Greater Cleveland Food Bank have partnered with several agencies to make sure no one goes hungry during the holidays. The food bank has prepared a list of hot meal sites that will be open on or around Thanksgiving to help those struggling to put food on the […]

Cleveland clergy and community leaders held a prayer vigil on Thursday as the city mourns the death of two young children killed in two separate drive-by shootings. While the community came together to reflect, they also came together to call for action to end the violence. “We have to get on the proactive side and […]

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT DAY A community-police awareness-raising event in the United States, which is annually held on the first Tuesday in August, National Night Out was created to increase awareness about police programs in communities. Some of these programs include: Drug prevention town watch Neighborhood watch Other anti=watch One of the largest National Night Out […]

  The conversation is front and center. The Cleveland Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha gathered on the steps of city hall Thursday addressing the issue of gun involved interaction between police and the community. On the city’s westside, an “Occupy Cleveland” group also met. These meetings come on the heels of Ferguson and right here in Cleveland, […]

Exactly five years ago Wednesday, police found the first two victims in Anthony Sowell’s home on Cleveland’s East Side. Wednesday the city, the community and the families all broke ground on a brand-new garden and memorial to replace the home, which has since been torn down. “We all share one common bond, and that is […]

  A lot of kids like to play football, the practice though very often the necessary evil to get to the game. But, on Tuesday night in Cleveland’s Collinwood neighborhood that changed for a group of around 150 youth football players from the city’s Police Athletic League and Greater Cleveland Muny Football League. As the […]

Bishop Ron Gibson took to the airwaves to encourage Preachers of all denominations as well as his fellow Preachers of LAcastmates to get together and travel to St. Louis with a focus of stopping the violence in our community stating that he is sick and tired of the racism and lack of media exposure dedicated […]