Community Organizing in Cleveland

Volunteerism, Community Organizing in Cleveland, Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk

Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk : Replace Despair with Volunteerism in 2018

Sunday, December 31, 2017
Cleveland.com

Look around you. Are you troubled by what you see in the world? Early in the Bible, God was so upset with human conduct so as to flood the earth. Rabbinical commentary suggests it was both shechitut ("corruption") and hamas ("brutal violence") that triggered God's reaction.

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Police Reform, Community Engagement, Community Organizing in Cleveland, Ohio IAF

Greater Cleveland Congregations Offer Reform Ideas to Cleveland Police

Wednesday, February 4, 2015
ABC News Net 5

The Greater Cleveland Congregations, a group of churches from all over Northeast Ohio, presented four main reform ideas to city, federal and county official Tuesday night.

More than 1,000 people packed a Cleveland church Tuesday to present these reform ideas which include: constitutional policing that focuses on treating everyone equally, community engagement, financial sustainability and reorganizing internal accountability.

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Community Organizing in Cleveland, Organizing in Ohio, Community Policing

Faith-Based Coalition Launches Meetings to Address Cleveland Police Department

Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Idea Stream

Last fall, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder presented a report that found lapses in training and instances of excessive force among Cleveland Police.  The report touched on cases where protocols were not followed or alternate resolutions to tense confrontations were not used. 

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Gun Safety, Gun Regulation, Illegal Guns, Community Organizing in Cleveland

Time is Now to Halt the Flow of Illegal Guns: Gibson & Caruso

Saturday, November 22, 2014
Cleveland.com

On the clear evening of May 29, more than 1,000 people from Greater Cleveland Congregations filled the pews at Olivet Institutional Baptist Church, a venerable place of worship in the heart of urban Cleveland. They came from homes in public housing and affluent suburbs, after work and dinner with their family. They came together with a shared determination to not stand idly by and silently assent to the gun violence that plagues our community.

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