FORT WAYNE—The Rescue Mission and the Fort Wayne Urban League are partnering together to host a Community Forgiveness and Reconciliation Symposium on October 16, 2013 at 6:00pm. The event will take place at the Urban League (2135 S Hanna St., Fort Wayne, IN 46803). “We find ourselves grieving the loss of 33 members of our great city. The Urban League and The Rescue Mission are […]
Reports courtesy of Mike Joyner, Public Information Officer, City of Fort Wayne Police Department FORT WAYNE—At approximately 2:23 a.m., Sept. 11, the City of Fort Wayne Police Department responded to the 3100 block of Lillie Street in reference to a shooting. Officers arrived on scene and located a male victim in the north/south alley between […]
The song is a testament to overcoming all struggles of life and persevering through any tribulation. Whether it be a lost of a loved one, drug addiction, crime or any other battle that we as a people have to fight, it is essential we strive for our inner lights to SHINE and let LOVE submerge the darkness!
JONESBORO, Ark.—The mother of a young, black man fatally shot while handcuffed in the back seat of a police cruiser has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against two Jonesboro Arkansas police officers, their chief, and the city.
A report titled, “Protect Children, Not Guns 2013,” paints a grim picture of the national gun violence epidemic that is the second-leading cause of death among all children ages one through 19. Only car accidents claim the lives of more children and teenagers than guns.
Zimmerman acquittal reveals lack of respect for basic, legal rights By Bill Fletcher Jr. NNPA Columnist I was told a story the other night. Apparently on the evening of the Zimmerman acquittal, in a bar in South Carolina, a group of white patrons were talking. Some of them, upon hearing the news, shouted “Free at […]
Just as they did during the height of the Civil Rights Movement, recent demonstrations in more than 100 cities around the nation to protest the not guilty verdict for George Zimmerman on charges that he murdered 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, many ministers were in the forefront of protests at federal buildings in their communities.