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VOLUME 90 NUMBER 45 MIAMI, FLORIDA, JULY 3-9, 2013 50 cents


How will Blacks


fare given the


dismantlement 0 0 A


of voting rights?

NACP issues clarion call and

refuses to "let the clock roll back"
By D. Kevin McNeir
kmcneir@miamitimesonline com
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With the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision to halt the use of part of the 1965 Voting Rights Act [VRA], which for decades has been used to protect voters from racially-discriminatory laws, OBI NWEZE Blacks and other minorities are pondering what strategies should now be employed. Nine states, most of them in ids weeks broken in
the South, as well as portions of other Death offour in six points to a system need of repair
states including Florida [five counties: Monroe; Collier; Hilisborough; Hardee; By D. Kevin McNair is. Alexis has since been charged with first-degree
n erl sb o He kmcneir@miamitimesonline.com murder and aggravated child abuse. Allegedly, the
law. But with the Court's ruling, conser- child was beaten to death with a belt because he
vativesuappeth the gaurt'in a or F Florida's Department of Children & Family spilled water across a bathroom floor. The mother
vaives appear to have gained a victory STAFFO RDha al ob e c ar d wih n g ct
while Blacks and other minorities fear [DCF] Services is once again in the hot seat after has also been charged with neglect.
that gains in civil rights related to voting depending Miami-Dade County [M-DC] police were called to a Young Ezra's short but tragic life can be traced s of North Miami Beach home last week where a "sick back to Gainesville, where state child welfare insegregation. and unresponsive child," two-year-old Ezra Ra- vestigators first became aware of him being abanPresident Barack Obama said, "the decision upsets phael, was found lying on a dining room floor. The done by his mother and being raised by a woman
decades of well-established practices that help make sure boy's mother, Cierrah Raphael, 22, had left him that Raphael barely knew. Raphael, a former voting is fair, especially in places where voting discrimina- alone with her boyfriend, 32-year-old Claude Alex- Please turn to CHILDREN 1OA Judge Prescott
tion has been historically prevalent."
Please turn to VOTING RIGHTS 10A


Supreme Court


rulings impact


FL differently
News Service of Florida

Like most Americans, Floridians kept a watchful eye on the U.S. Supreme Court over the last week, as the justices issued closely-divided and contentious decito sions on the Voting Rights Act and gay marriage. But e impacts in Florida varied widely from those in other parts of the country.
SStFlorida doesn't allow any kind of gay marriage or domestic partnerships, meaning that only a ruling far wider than anyone expected from the Supreme Court would make a difference in the Sunshine State. And the state is, unlike many others, at least partially covered by the Voting Rights Act (VRA), meaning any decision on that federal law was actually more significant in Florida than elsewhere in the country. The difference in the impact of the rulings were clearly illustrated in the comments from the opponents of the courts' conclusions.
Tn House Judiciary Chairman Dennis Baxley, R-Ocala,
a strong supporter of the state's ban on gay marriage: 3h "In Florida, I think there's been a very clear statement

with the marriage amendment, where we stand," Deirdre McNab, president of the League of Women
-. Voters of Florida, which supports the VRA: "Today's decision undermines 40 years of fundamental protections
-. ~a aKkw~~stnffor te u~w~aanJ~emagainst discriminatory voting laws and the League urges Congress to act quickly to restore the Voting iwiilg n ofical innr atI* tat HU~SE -Rights Act."

'OUR COUNTRY HAS CHANGED'
prsdn s tvfni TiznamiIe1U1For supporters of the ruling in the Voting Rights Act
~ ~f1 ~ -case which struck down the formula used to figure
out which state and local governments qualify for extra Please turn to COURT IOA


Obama ties young Africans to democracy movement
Prsd n a n h sfello ship pro ra rc whose outcome dispatched to the hereafter by the of young Africans to the United States
Prsd n a nc e srg a is less certain than forces of a democratic rebellion, has for training in "civic leadership and
ByDeWayne Wickham Saturday, in an address at the it's well-intentioned been replaced by a government frac- public adinstration and business
Soweto campus of the University of beginning. The secu- tured by tribes and religious sects. and entrepreneurship."
Four years ago, President Obama- Johannesburg a place that reeks -. lar Egyptian strong- In an apparent attempt to ensure a
speaking over the heads of dictators of symbolism for oppressed people in man Hosni Mubarak better outcome for a transformation- INVESTMENT IN FUTURE
and strongmen in the Middle East sub-Saharan Africa Obama may jis gone. In his place is al movement in sub-Saharan Africa, These are the skills, Obama corgave a speech at Egypt's Cairo Uni- have unleashed another democracy Mohammed Morsi, a Obama unveiled an American pro- rectly told his Soweto audience, that
versity that, if it didn't spark the Arab movement. WICKHAM democratically-elect- gram to train a future cadre of African the next generation of African leaders
Spring, surely pied kindling onto the As it turned out, the Arab Spring ed Islamist who has leaders that he unabashedly calls the will need to erase the last vestiges of
smoldering fire of dissent that ignited was largely a violent upheaval of behaved like a dictator. Moammar Washington Fellowship for Young Af- corruption and despotic rule from the it. despotic governments in North Af- Gadhafi, the Libyan dictator who was rican Leaders. It will bring thousands Please turn to MOVEMENT 10A



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OPINION

2A THE MIAMI TIMES. JULY 3-9, 2013 BLACKS MUST CONTROL THEIR OWN DESTINY

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was signed, marking the separation of the 13 col KE. -GISVIUN REEVES, F 1923-1968 The Black Press believes that America can best lead the
flis fomEngan. Tos wh sgne te dc I GARTH C. REEVES, JR., Editor, 1972-1982 world from racial and national antlagonismr when it accords to J enies from England. Those who signed the docu-scolor his or her meant were, in effect, risking their very lives, because had GARTH C. REEVES, SR, P4Iisher Emertus human and legal rights. Hating no person, fearing no person,
the ewl-fomed ounrythe nitd Satesof merca, RACHEL J~. REEVES, Pfillher and Chainman the Black Press strives to help every person in the firm WeWe the newly-formed country, the United States of America, i i :
been defeated by the British in the American Revolution, that -l pers...... Ialns"e.ldc
they would have been signing their own death warrants. After the war ended, U.S. citizens began to establish various
ways of celebrating their freedom.
The irony in those celebrations, at least until 1865, was aula' slu rs
the fact that Blacks in America continued to be enslaved. Son' so on who I aon bwardo
Aftr hits njoedanohe qnepndece Da i 182, Sorry to be so harsh, but come experts on who I am." and they had on beautiful white v. Board of Educatiik
the great Frederick Douglass said in a blistering speech, on. Paula Deen is tough and The question isn't just whether jackets with a Black bow tie," which means she's had plenty of
'This Fourth of July is yours, not mine. You may rejoice, I savvy enough to have built a cu- Deen used an ugly, forbidden Dean says in the deposition. "I time to get used to it. She hal must mourn. .. Do you mean, citizens, to mock me, by ask- linary empire from scratch, in word, or how many times she mean, it was really impressive, spent her adult life in an Amert' ing me to, speak today?" the process becoming the most used it, or how long ago that was. And I remember saying I would ica where Black people are not
famous Southern cook in cre- The question is whether there is love to have servers like that, I compelled to be'subservient to ation. She incarnates the whole anything about race and diversi- said, but I would be afraid that whites. She has' made her for only remember Douglass's words but also agree with him. "steel magnolia" archetype, with ty in this country that she really somebody would misinterpret." tune in an Americawhere most This is not a facetious question because while Black men, razor-sharp toughness beneath understands. Her fears are well-founded. people, white as well as Black,
women and children are at the top of many 'lists' in this the flutter and the filigree. consider warm-and-fuzzy nos"land of the free,' we would rather not hold such a posi- Deen's troubles stem from a me, the most jaw-droppig passages i ens de- the
o se gJim Crow to be highly offensive. tion. For example, more Black youth are in prison than they a lawsuit filed by a former em- position concern plans she was making for i r brother I'll put it in terms that someare in college; Black men and women hold the top slot in ployee. Bubba's wedding. In thinking about how thefood service one who missed the last 50
the numbers of HIV cases in the U.S.; the unemployment Under oath, Deen acknowl- should be done, she recalled visiting a restaurant "in Ten-inessee or years might understand: All
rate for Black youth and Black men surpass all other demo- edged that "of course" she had North Carolina or somewhere"'that she adrled. : Black people are uppity now.
graphics; and more Black families are living at or below the used the racial slur known eu- North .... Every one of us, I'm afraid.
poverty rate than any other race. pheinistically as the N-word. This I hope she figures it out, bewill was years ago, she explained, For me, the most jaw-dropping She goes on to acknowledge cause anyone that fond of the Throughout this country's history, Blacks have been and, well, people use inappropri- passages in Deen's deposition that in antebellum years those deep-fryer can't be all bad. A peing to sacrifice their very lives just for the notion of freedom. ate language when they're telling concern plans she was making well-dressed servants would rod of silence would be a good Some 5,000 Black men fought for the Continental Army jokes, but she never used that for her brother Bubba's wed- have been slaves but clarifies start. My advice: Eat some hush
against the British because they believed in the words of word in a hurtful way. ding. In thinking about how the that she "did not mean anything puppies. And don't talk with
the Founding Fathers. Even then, we had men like Crispus On the contrary, Deen told "To- food service should be done, she derogatory." She needn't worry, your mouth full.
day" host Matt Lauer, she is now recalled visiting a restaurant "in because the only person she's Eugene Robinson is a Pulitzer Attucks and Peter Salem who gave their lives in the collec- the victim of "very, very hurt- Tennessee or North Carolina or derogating is herself. Prize-winning newspaper coltive quest for freedom. But the reality that we face today ful lies" and the erroneous judg- somewhere" that she admired. The woman is 66, not 96. umnist and the former assistant suggests that we have yet to gain true freedom. That means ments of "people I have never "The whole entire wait staff She was all of 7 when the Su- managing editor of The Washingthe fight must continue. Let us not be afraid to demand our heard of (who) are all of a sudden was middle-aged Black men, preme Court .issued its Brown ton Post. God-given right to equality and justice.
What are you doing on the Fourth of July?


Voting rights for all should How low-level insider

be a no-brainer Edward Snowden's abil- scrupulous insider can easily line ,behavior contributed by technology office
P here have been many contentious issues in our ity to extract sensitive data roam far and wide inside an Google, Microsoft, Facebook, security company Qualys,.
l country's history, but none have been as hotly-de- from the NSA, working as a organization's network. Such Apple and PalTalk. :He also He adds that a savvy insider
bated as the right to vote. Have you ever wondered low-level contract consultant, accounts function, in effect, claimed to possess the "full would be familiar with. 'the comes as no surprise to the as master keys to the deepest, 'rosters of everyone working lags, and could move to -.ain why the U.S. first gave voting rights to white men that owned security community. Security most sensitive parts of an or- at the NSA, the entire intel- administrative privileges on property? Perhaps the assumption was that folks with prop- experts say Snowden, a Booz ganization's digital assets. ligence community and un- an unpatched machine and
erty, and therefore money, were wiser than other citizens. Allen Hamilton network ana- A recent survey by Cyber- dercover assets all around the then begin to look around the
Of course historians point out that white men back then lyst based in Hawaii, had the Ark Software found that 86 world,, the locations of every network to see what else you technical savvy to take full ad- percent of large enterprise or- station we have, what their can find." simply wanted to maintain the order of things so that they vantage of two major security ganizations either do not know missions are and so forth." Udi Mokady, CEO of Cyberwould benefit the most. Funny how some things haven't re- challenges all organizations or underestimate the number Another way Snowden Ark, which supplies techally changed, even after 247 years the year that the U.S. face: managing privileged nology to manage privileged
declared its independence accounts and keeping PCs, recent survey by Cyber-Ark Software found that 86 accounts, says he was not
Its important to note that the right to vote is not explic- databases and applications surprised that a contracted
itly stated in the U.S. Constitution except in the amend- updated with the lastest secu- percent of large enterprise organizations either do not analyst working from Hawaii
l statein the U4th 15t thtion 2x t 24th a end -. I rity patches. While details of -know or underestimate the number of privileged ac- was able to take advantage of ments, like the 14th, 15th, 19th, 23rd, 24th and 26th. In how he did it aren't yet clear, counts incorporated into their networks known network weaknesses.
each amendment, another group of U.S. citizens were given Snowden's escapades high- "It's a dirty secret in IT that
the right to vote. But just as the federal government has light a complex challenge all you can have thousands of
opted to be more inclusive, slowly but surely, in who gets large organizations face in se- of privileged accounts incor- could have accessed material people in the IT layer with the to vote, individuals states have put up roadblocks time and curing sprawling networks in- porated into their networks. is to take advantage of the ability to survey all of your creasingly reliant on Internet Most have three or four times agency's process for installing data," he said; "It makes full time again, cloud connections and use of as many privileged accounts security patches. Corpora- sense that [Snowden] abused
The removal of exclusions for Native Americans, religious mobile devices, as actual employees. tions and big agencies contin- his administrative rights."
affiliation, Blacks and poor whites, women, youth, prisoners Snowden would have been Snowden claimed that he ue to struggle with installing The NSA should have done
and those with residency in dual countries have been the well-aware of so-called privi- could wiretap anyone's phone patches for computer operat- a more thorough job screenleged accounts, the logons and had access to information ing systems and applications, ing Snowden before giving right thine to do. After all. if one can pay taxes. if one can1that give administrative access showing wide ranging "abuses which are issued constantly, him network access and had have part of their income deducted for Social Security and to any device with a micropro- by the agency. He publicly The ideal1- rarely met in cor- more effective systems in their eventual retirement, if one can fight in any number of cessor, including PCs, serv- released PowerPoint slides de- porate settings is to install place to monitor his network wars on behalf of the U.S., then certainly one should be al- ers, databases and copiers. picting PRISM, a secret NSA all critical security patches activities. What's more shocklowed to vote. By identifying and accessing program for data mining in- within 48 hours, according ing is that there was a lack of
Why then, are the so-called leading legal minds of our privileged accounts, an un- formation on individuals' on- to Wolfgang Kandek, chief proper internal controls.
country forcing our elected officials to return to the drawing --. .
board and come up with a revised method, or formula, to
make sure that states do not violate the ights of their citi- ~zens, thus keeping them from exercising the right to vote? Thotn Rights ActddL e dt be fi e
Once again, it looks like rich white men, and their sup- T e y u g .iinsA Ld d eu otx c
ptersbiv that else kwe eg to fr feal this nott The Supreme Court "fixed" U.S. Justice Department before Department asked questions of Columbia, which wrote that
te tanayoe le.Webg o ife. ftraU ti i nta law that wasn't broken last changing their voting laws. about them. the law continued "to single out
an episode of "Father Knows Best." This is reality and weall Tuesday, striking down a key Though that rule was created So why weaken such a useful the jurisdictions in which dieshould have and are entitled to a voice and a vote, part of the Voting Rights Act. to battle literacy tests, poll tax- law? Covered states which crimination is concentrated."
The rationale for the cor's es and other blatant discim- include Alabama, Georgia, Lou- The law isn't frozen in amber. 5-4 ruling is that the landar nation common in the '60s, it isiana, Mississippi and Texas Jurisdictions can "bail out" if 'WHEN TI'E NEWS M ATTERS TO YOU law, passed at the peak of the has been used more recently to have long chafed at being they have a good record, and
civil rights era in 1965, is out stop newer and more subtle re- singled out, arguing that they: scores have. Federal courts can TURN TO YOUR NEWrSPAPER of date, and in some ways it is. strictions, such as closing poll- long ago abandoned the heavy- also "bail in" jurisdictions with
-fundamental consideration: The drawing district lines to deliber- got them into trouble. The court pened at least 18 times.

:: ::criminatory voting restrictions Preclearance works. Since the be valid but no longer is. ity untouched, which might aljust since Congress last reau- law was renewed in 2006, the That's news to just about ev- low federal courts to "re-cover"

-Most parts of the law will re- blocked 31 discriminatory re- Before renewing the law in 2006, escaped the preclearance re~main in effect, but the court's strictions, according to an anal- Congress held 21 hearings over quirement last Tuesday. The ~ ~~~~decision, written by Chief Jus- ysis by the Brennan Centerfowfr h10 months and concluded that opanSupreme Courttamajority'sth main
r.~ ice John Roberts, took away Justice. The same report shw h cvrdjurisdictions" silcmantwas thttelwpeits most important tool: the re- that just the prospect of having tried to discriminate against mi- nalze states based on bad ac: quirement that parts or all of to seek preclearance is a strong nority voters. A federal district tions from years ago. But when
16 states with a track record of deterrent: From 1999 to 2005, court upheld the law, and so did federal courts bail in states or UI~je ftlhai IU dsciinton against minority 153 proposed changes were the conservative federal circuit localities, it's for current disOM ,Ocd.== ~ ~. J,2 voters get preclearance from the withdrawn when the Justice court of appeals for the District crimination.








} OPINION



BLACKS MUST CONTROL THEIR OwN DESTINY SA THE MIAMI TIMES, JULY 3-9, 2015
CATOO -CORNE




m&, Gay marriage rulings have historic parallel
Reading last Wednesday's marital benefits, and who does In the segregated America of 1960s on the books, the court twin Supreme Court decisions not, is blatantly discriminatory. 1955, the court had a chance to finally decided to act. In Loving on gay marriage is like watching Justice Anthony Kennedy, strike down bans on interracial v. Virginia, it rendered the, Virthe progress of a rickety, slow- writing for the 5-4 majority, marriage. Times were changing. ginia law, and all others like it, moving train. You can see where said DOMA "seeks to injure the Just a year earlier, the court unenforceable. it's headed, but you can bet on very class New York seeks to had issued its historic Brown Same-sex marriage is politia long bumpy ride. protect" language sure to be vs. Board of Education ruling cally different because of its reThe good news is that the. cited when, inevitably, the court desegregating public schools. ligious component. But legally,
-U train is heading in the right hears a challenge to another But laws banning interracial it is similar. Outlawing bans
.j12.. direction. By invalidating the state's same-sex marriage ban. marriage were still as common on gay marriage or interracial
1996 Defense of Marriage Act But the justices, not unwisely, and accepted then as gay mar- marriage has no effect on any
(DOMA), the court ensured that passed up a chance to move for- riage bans are now. church's restrictions on marall legally married people will be ward more forcefully. The justices feared that leap- riage. Those are firmly protecttreated equally by the federal Despite Kennedy's aggressive ing too far ahead of public opin- ed by the First Amendment. government, regardless of sexu- defense.of marriage as an indi- ion would cause a backlash Perhaps people will learn to al orientation. They'll all get the vidual right, the court ducked that would undermine efforts make that distinction as the same tax breaks, Social Sehuri- for now the more fundamental to enforce Brown. So, as in, last train rattles along. What seems ty survivor benefits and the like. issue of the constitutionality Wednesday's California case, clear is that it will eventually How could it be otherwise? Le- of bans on gay marriage. in* 35 the court ducked a challenge to return to the Supreme Court, gaily married is legally married. states. Virginia's miscegenation law. with unknowable results but
With 12 states and Washington If this feels uncomfortable, Twelve yarslater, with Brown the certainty that the justices D.C. now permitting gay mar- there is at least a striking and secured and the landmark civil will take a firmer grip on the riage, cherry-picking who gets instructive historic parallel., rights legislation of the mid- controls.


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Make gun companies pay blood money
Gun manufacturers have suits by federal la the compensation program sively, or to e
THe K4W'S gone to great lengths to avoid As it happens, a model for spreads the costs when things gun technologies, like "smart
OF HEROES THE MARK CF any moral responsibility or le- this approach already exists. go wrong to everyone who re- guns" that could be used ortly
19 REAL HE OX*S gal accountability for the so- Under the Vaccine Injury Coin- ceived a vaccination, by the registered owner.
cial costs of gun violence the pensation Program, those in- Guns of course, are not es- Gun makers know that their deaths and injuries of innocent jured by vaccines are eligible sential for public, health. But products are lethal, and somevictims, families torn apart, for compensation from a fund Congress has made' painfully times used illegally. They know public resources spent on gun- financed by an excise tax on the clear that it values the largely that some of their dealers' sales : related crime and medical ex- practices contribute, to guns'.
Cc~WUM QW~b~ penses incurred. uns, of course, are not essential for public health. But falling into criminal hands.
/ g j 111 But there is a simple and di- Congress has made painfully clear that it values the They know that each year a
AW IRO W T" rect way to make them account- G largely unfettered ownership of guns and their manu- significant number of innocent
able for the harm their products __ people will be killed or maimed
cause. For every gun sold, those despite the social costs of the violence, that results the so s
who manufacture or import it when guns work as designed often, the shooters themselves
should pay a tax. The money cannot be held fully or even
should then be used to create a sale of every dose'of vaccine. In unfettered ownership of guns partially accountable, financialcompensation fund for innocent creating this no-fault system in and their manufacture de- ly, because they are unknown, victims of gun violence, the 1980s, Congress sought to spite the social costs of the vi- destitute or dead.
This proposal is based on a provide care for those injured olence that results when guns Gun manufacturers, should fundamentally conservative by vaccines while protecting work as designed. For that rea- pony up. A national tax on the principle that those who manufacturers from undue liti- son, it makes sense to tax gun sale of guns is the way to do cause injury should be made gation. Vaccines are essential manufacturers directly. that.
to internalize" the cost of their for public health but inevitably Such a tax might also exert at Lucinda M. Finley is a profesactivity by paying for it. Now, cause harm to a small number least some economic pressure sor of trial and appellate advogun manufacturers and sellers of people. Since* all of us benefit on manufacturers to market es- cacy, and vice provost for faculty =* are mostly protected from law- from a vaccinated population, pecially lethal guns less aggres- affairs, at SUNY Buffalo Law.





Will Blacks be the target of

unfair voting laws? Diversity doesn't justify discrimination
RETItEJNA BROWN, 65 lo vote, and they want to stop Courts can't rubber stamp vocates will keep working for a of 197 points higher on the SAT must get into t6 "
Liberty Cityfinancial services us." racial preferences at public uni- ruling against race-based ad- than incoming Hispanics. business of defining people's
versities. missions at all public univer- If the goal of "diversity" ever race and group membership
"Maybe, they have in the LEOTHA WRIGHT, 67 That's the message'in the Su- sities. And Fisher will be cited justified race-based double an increasingly arbitrary
past." Miami, retired preme Court's ruling in Fisher against schools that expect standards, that time is past. calculation in our multiracial
v. University of Texas-Austin. courts to simply take them at When universities assume that society. "It's always The loser 'is the university, their word. a given racial balance equals a In this case, the court recoggoing to be Aiming for diversity in the stu- nized that race-based admisthat way as dent body, it uses skin color to he harms are profound when students are treated unequal- sions are in tension with the
long as we help decide who gets in. 14th Amendment's guaranhave Republi- The Fifth Circuit Court of Ap- ly because of skin color: There is resentment among those tee of "equal protection of the
cans in office." peals accepted the university's I not in the favored groups, the supposed "beneficiaries" are laws." Most Americans agree,
claim that this policy is need- saddled with the stgaof lowered standards. ,. as indicated by polls that show
ed. The Supreme Court sent stimapreferences are increasingly
the case back for a more de- unpopular.
LADONNA MCNEALY, 54 manding review. In particular, The misguided precedents corresponding mix of perspec- It's time for university offiMiami Shores, nurse NADINE MOBLEY, 58 the Fifth Circuit must explore that have allowed preferences, tives and experiences, they're cials to do some soul-searching
Allapattah. retired whether diversity can be at- such as the court's 2003 Grut- stereotyping by race. and ask whether thie dubious
"No, we have tained in race-neutral ways. ter decision, assume race can The harms are profound when concept of "diversity" justifies
the proper It'll affect The university should lose be used in a nuanced way. But students are treated unequally the undeniable wrong of disights to vote 'those with under this test because alter- when race plays a role in admis- because of skin color: There is crimination. Common sense
and if we do low -income natives exist, including Texas'. sions, it's never minor. Consider resentment among those not and a proper reading of the
what we're more so than own policy of offering admission the inequities at the University in the favored groups, the sup- Constitution say it does not.
supposed to -.Blacks. It's a to the top 10 percent of high of Texas-Austin: In 2009, for posed "beneficiaries" are sad- Joshua P. Thompson is an atdo they can't -tactic used by school graduates. instance, Asians who were ad- died with the stigma of lowered toney with Pacific Legal Fountake anything the GOP to -- Meanwhile, equal-rights ad- mitted had to score an average standards, and bureaucrats datiri-n
away from win."
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Heat reaches triple digits

By Gregg Zoroya and Doyle Rice keep up with the demands of air gion for those days.
conditioning. Record-breaking highs for the
High temperatures brought "Some of these generators date were recorded in several
r14 sweaty discomfort to much of have been running at full speed areas of 'California: Lancaster's
the Southwest on Sunday with for many hours now and they're 113 degrees broke a 1950 record
*no breaking the sizzling tempera- not designed to do that and they of 105. Borrego Springs' 120 deSH IP A H O Y tures likely until Tuesday. break," said Steven Greenlee, grees broke a 1973 record of 118
The thermometer reached 117 spokesman for the California and Paso Robles' 110 degrees Last Tuesday the Miami-Dade Coun- in Las Vegas. Triple-digit tem- Independent System Operator, broke a 1996 record of 107. Redty commissioners approved legislation peratures were recorded n the managing 80% of the state's ding reported. a high of 110, Sacvalleys and desert regions of power grid. ramento had 107 while Fresno
that allows for a sparking new casino Southern California, while met- "We could be looking at setting saw 109.
vessel to call PortMiami its home. The ropolitan Phoenix saw just a a season peak through this heat The weather service's therGenting-owned SuperFast will offer two slight drop in temperatures af- wave. It would be a very 6arly mometer recorded a peak temter experiencing record-breaking one at that.. Usually our peaks. perature of 128 degrees in Death trips daily and is sure to attract gai- heat a day earlier. are in August," Greenlee said. Valley National Park, which ties
blers anxious to also experience the In Pasadena, Calif., six half- The California Independent the record for the hottest June
pristine Bahamian island of Bimini. marathon runners were hospi- System Operator, which man- day anywhere in the country.
Genting will pay the port about $7 mil- talized Sunday for heat-related ages most of the state's grid, However, the Los Angeles Times
illnesses. A day earlier, para- said a so-called Flex Alert will be reports that the National Park lion yearly in rent. medics responding to a Nevada in effect from Monday through Service thermometer 200
-Miami Times photo/Cuthbert Harewood home without air conditioning Tuesday evening. The National yards away recorded a temfound an elderly man dead. Weather Service has issued an perature of 129.9, which shatBo mb squad: Be safe on July 4th Utility companies struggled to excessive heat warning in the re- ters the record for June.


By Melhor Leaner ,. o r

Melons and mannequins were By .
the only things blown up during
a fireworks safety demonstra- ts C 11
tion by the Broward Sheriffs Office Monday, 'but officials warn it
could be hands and homes if the
public isn't careful this Fourth of
July.
The agency's Bomb Squad and.
the Florida Division of State Fire
Marshal demonstrated how even
ordinary hand sparklers could
reach extreme temperatures.
Experts also blasted entire
melons with fireworks prohibited for use under Florida law,
but typically sold around South
Florida.
According to Florida statutes just how much of a danger they similar products. any pyrotechnics that leave the represent for the public. In South Florida, however, Photo courtesy of LeslieElus
ground or explode are illegal for According to Keith McCarthy, both legal and illegal ones are -ht oreyo eleEu
recreational use, unless handled f yccrngto K eith thy, bt eal andilal nes ae Bro. Leslie Elus and Raquel Ferflandez, the director of operations, posing with a sample of the
recratinaluse unesshanled safety program manager with the as readily available in tents and
by a professional. State Fire Marshal's Office, local dedicated fireworks businesses, donated goods.
"There is no such thing as a le- residents can only use sparklers, and are not illegal to purchase.
galfirework," said Mike Jachles, referring to devices that "emit Florida law allows anyone over Group donates goods to local Boys and Girls Club
spokesman for the Broward showers of sparks upon burning 18 to purchase fireworks by signSheriff's. Office. "If it leaves the ... do not detonate or explode and ing a waiver, where the customer Miami Times staff report and, the Marine Corp's Toys for the goods was over $500. The ground and makes a boom, it's are hand held or ground-based." agrees to use the purchase under Toys Program, donated sports beverages will be used by the
not allowed." The Brothers of the Iota Pi beverages and costume make- center's athletic program and
"Sparklers" are typically what an exemption. The exemption: With these fireworks, officials customers see on display at using fireworks to scare off ani- Lambda Chapter of, Alpha Phi up kits to the Boys and Girls makeup kits for the club's were able to send mannequin grocery stores: hand sparklers, mals from farms or fish hatcher- Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, Club Operations Center of Mi- cheerleading teams and dance
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Women accused of luring men to be robbed if
One led to att mp ed murder charge -::. :::::
One"led to attemped murder chargeTeen hit by gunfire after Heat championship
By Wae K. A n wo ws s Brandon Reid was up late at his mother's home, happily watching TV coverage of the
By Wayne K. Raustan Anderson, who was shot i .. .::( .(. i Mhi6t!. h~~ii hn..tdel. bi;ii] ihh~~
thearm,_wasseeninthemid- Miami Heat's third championship win -when suddenly, a bullet zipped through the
the arm, was seen in the mid- -... ......::: :: :.::
PLANTATION Two women die, of the street yelling, "Help, sliding glass door and into his head.
are ehid brs i Brwar, Ive ben hot the robedmeThe wounded 15-year-old boy fell to the ground. Puzzled by wh at happened, he stood areLATObehind bars inWBroward, I've beenshot, theyigrobbedHPme,' ..;:.: ; .. jbi::':

accused of setting up men to help," according to witnesses .. back up. H-fe knew it was serious when his mother and younger brother came to his aid.
be robbed. One is also facing a who had heard the gunfire. One a, :nd looked worried. .
charge of attempted murder, ac- witness told detectives Ander- Brandon turned out to'be the victim of what Miramar police say was celebratory
cording to Plantation Police. son was seen stuffing a large niifirefollowing the Heat's win just before midnight lastThursday
In the first case, Veronica Mill- amount of money into his shirt The boy and'hisfarily said they wgie grateful that doors successfully removed the
er, 19, was arrested Thursday oif the ground, but police found bullet from the lower right, side of Brandor'shead. The boy's prognosis is good.
following an armed robbery at- no cash on him, the report stat- Pediatric neurosurgeon Dean Hertzler said Brandon was fortunate, because the bul
tempt June 15. ed. Detectives established the let hit the thickest part of his skull, leaving a slight crack.Hertzlersaid he thinks the
Detectives said Miller, whose gunman's identity, but there bullet mayhave slowed going through theglass door.
photograph and phone number was no record of his arrest late -Ihe 40tinute surgery, last Friday to remove the bullet anddamaged tissue went
appeared on an escort service Friday. VERONICA MILLER SHERMILLA COATS smoothly, Hertzler said. Brandon was expected to be released from the hospital late
website, set uap Lance Anderson In a separate case, Shermil- he was naked in the bathroom, armed robbery. After giving sev- Saturdy to be robbed at gunpoint outside la Coats, 26, was arrested last she allegedly left and Anthony eral conflicting accounts of what the Landmark Towers, 551 NW Wednesday and accused of set- Hampton burst in with a gun happened, she confessed when Woman struck, killed by sheriff's deputy
42nd Ave. in Plantation. ting up a man to be. robbed at and beat Belony. Hampton and the detective mentioned seeing Awoman hasdie after she was struck by a Broward Sheif's deputy's patrol car.
An armed accomplice drove gunpoint last Tuesday at the Coats ran off with Belony's wal- her and Hampton on the hotel's The woman, 46-year old Helen Adams, and her longtime boyfriend, John Adams,
up around 4 a.m. and demand- Plantation Inn, 375 N. State, let, cellphone and car keys, ac- surveillance video, the report were crossing Federal Highwayin front of Broward Health Imperial Pint -o'spital at NE ed money, but Anderson had a Road 7. B cording to the arrest report. stated. 62nd Street around 3 a.m. when she was struck by p pl.Jeffrey Bates.
oncdaled weapons permit and Peter Belony told police Coats Belony ran to the front desk Hampton was also arrested d mtold CBS4 NataliaZetiat the wherein the hospital's emergencyroom!bewas armed. Shots were fired and was a companion who lured and called police. Detectives last Thursday and charged with cause his girtfrie d had been o omplaining of chest pains. He said they left the hospital
the wounded accomplice sped him into the hotel room shower tracked down Coats' address armed robbery, jail records and were going to a7-Eleven store across the street when she was hit.
away in a white car, police said. with promises of sex. Bui once and questioned her about the showed. Helen Adams was taken to Broward Health North where she' died.

None of the information given by Adams was confirmed by the sheriff's office which
1 U ,.~ O M said the accident is under investigation.
3 Bates has been~ with BSO for 11 years. Off icial say he has had one prior preventable
Piii mill owner testifies business made $ 4 o M

Christopher George said business bought in cash At one point after he started ent, Dr. Cynthia Cadet, is Black,
work at the clinic, George made the daughter of Haitian immi- Bond'set-for mom charged with neglect vison's death
By Paula McMahon made $500,000 a year at St. a snide comment comparing grants. Weinstein said jurors. A.....i....miBe.. .man charged with child neglect in the death of her toddler
Mary's Medical Center in West him unfavorably with Cadet, should be told about George's son made her first appearance before a judgeastW:dnesday morning. Just a few months after tak- Palm Beach but "never" got to Boshers said. George told him neo-Nazi leanings because it uring the proceeding Cierah Raphael, 22,told the judge shedid not have a job and
ing a job at a South Florida pill see his family because. of 12- that if he "prescribed shows George "d had been treated for depression in the past. The judge set her bailat $7 5 .
mill, Dr. Beau Boshers made hour shifts and sometimes like Dr. Cadet" he secrets he was keep- Raphael and her boyfriend, 32-year old ClaudeAlexis, were.arrested last Tuesday.
an important purchase: a gun working 25 days straight. Bosh- would get even more ing from my client." Alexis is being held in jail without bond.
that he wore at work in case he ers said he moved to the clin- patients. Cadet's defense is that Axsiing he d i e t i rpiot Aled home -aloe with 2-year oldEzra,
needed to protect himself from ics to work fewer hours for the In other develop- she never realized the wokeciast Frid an t dhe- water lexis, ~ hinto the bahrom iand2wyear olld oera"
the "shady" clientele, same amount or more money. ments in court, former clinic was operating il- Frid"arutint t athbiri adwae lloe
He reportedly became angry and hit the boy in the back unil the toddler lost conscious"With all that extra cash lay- Though .it took Boshers a clinic owner George's legally.......
ing around and the pills ... there while to decide he needed a gun, third day of testimony : '. Prosecutors argued ness..
may have been a moment when he said he noticed most of the wrapped up with some George.s tattoos and Alexis called.9-1-1. Paramedics took the boy to Jackson Memrial- Hospital North
I might have. to defend myself," problems at the so-called pain drama. the photo were an ir- where he was pronounced dead. At the hospital, doctornoted that the boy had a cut in
.Boshers told jurors in the fed- management clinic on Cypress Cadet's attorney BOSHERS relevant "sideshow" the upper left eye and numerous bruises on his face,back and legs..
eral trial of two of his former Creek Road in Fort Lauderdale asked a judge to force to the trial. They said When questionedbypolice, Alexis said the boy had been eating grits.and drinking
peers. when he went to interview in George, 32, formerly of Welling- George, who is serving 17 1/2 water when he began-to vomit and collapsed onthe floor. When askedwhere Ezra's
Boshers, 49, who traded in late 2008. He worked there and ton, to strip to his waist for the years for operating the clinics, mother was when this happened, Alexis id she was ut and he didn't know where his white coat for navy blue at clinics in Boca Raton, Lake jury. employed several black doctors she was.
jail scrubs, sat handcuffed and Worth and West Palm Beach Jurors were escorted out be- and paid Cadet over a million When Raphael showed up at the hospital she told police she had left the boy-with Alexis
shackled as he testified. He is until agents shut them down in fore defense attorney Michael D. dollars. so she could go"miake some money," according to a police report,
serving 6 1/2 years in prison March 2010. Weinstein explained that George Castronuovo's defense attor- The Medical Examiner's Officesuled that the boy h d diedfromi blunt force trauma.
after pleading guilty to money- The "patients" looked dishev- has two racially and ethnically ney, Thomas Sclafani, didn't Alexis was arrested-and charged with firs...... .and aggravated child abuse.
laundering conspiracy for his eled, they were mostly from out hateful tattoos of the Nazi SS want-jurors to see the evidence .. -.role in a massive, prescription of state, the staff was unprofes- and an iron cross.- on his up- in case some of them are Jew- -drug network of clinics in Bro- sional and there were wastebas- per body. ish and might hold it against Settlem ent reached in sex
Ward and Palm Beach counties. kets filled with cash. Weinstein also asked to show Castronuovo, a white man with.His plea agreement with pros- During his interview with din- 'jurors a photo of George giving Italian ancestry. Jurors could
ecutors required him to tes- ic owner Christopher George, a "Heil Hitler" salute in front of decide that anyone associated abuse of H aitian students
tify against fellow- doctors Cyn- Boshers said the main focus a Nazi flag. The photo was on with .George should "go down in I
thia Cadet, who is criminally was whether he was licensed to George's computer when agents flames," Sclafani said. The Associated Press Pierre Toussaint School in Capcharged with contributing to practice in Florida and had a li- seized it as evidence, and they Marra ruled jurors should Haitien.
-the overdose deaths of seven cense to dispense drugs. turned it over to the defense. not see the tattoos and phofos Fairfield University and oth- Twenty-four boys sued, seekpatients, and Joseph Castronu- George also asked if he would Weinstein hoped to convince based in part on George's testi- ers who supported a charity ing damages and it is reported ovo, who is accused in the over- prescribe large amounts of ad- U.S. District Judge Kenneth mony that Cadet was one of his designed to help feed and edu- that they will receive a total of dose deaths of two patients. dictive oxycodone pain pills, Marra that the tattoos and pho- favorite doctors and he showed cate boys in Haiti have reached $1-2 million.
Boshers said he previously Boshers testified. to were relevant because his cli- no bias against her. a settlement with children who Attorney Mitchell Garabediwere sexually abused by a an, who led the plaintiffs' legal
founder of that group. team, planned a'news conferDouglas' Perlitz was sen- ence last Monday to discuss the
Stowaways boarded U.S -bound ship in Venezuela tended tonearly 20 years in terms of the settlement.
prison in 2011 for the assaults Stanley Twardy Jr., an atBy Tanya Alanez Caicedo-Angula had a Colom- after acknowledging he engaged torney for the, university, says
bian passport and said he had in illicit sexual conduct with none of the defendants admitFORT LAUDERDALE Two previously been deported from boys who attended the Project ted any liability.
stowaWays found hiding in a the United States.
cargo ship container at Port Ever- Neither man was injured and a CORRECTION
glades last Wednesday remain in Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue crew
the Broward Main Jail on a hold P.- trea te nateot In the June 12th edition of The Miami Times, the photographs for Judge
from the U.S. Marshals Service, fore turning them over to Border Wilkie D.Ferguson's street dedication were improperly credited. Actually
records show. -..- .. Protection officers and Immigra- the photographer was Miami Times freelancer, Kdvin Hicks. In same ediThe men, both from Colombia, on and Customs Enforcement, tion the photographs for the Theodore Gibson Oratorical Contest were
were stowed in a container on a Jaches said. taken by Craig Uptgrow. We apologize for the errors.
ship from Venezuela and taken Y :':'"- ; i'
into custody by federal agents.
Authorities intially reported r N,
that there were three stowaways Walter Riasco (left) and Deiverson Caicedo-Angula were deaboard the ship. tained after they were found hiding in a cargo container at Port5
"There were three people initial- Everglades. (BSO)
ly detained," Mike Jachles, a Bro-Ofie- --\>
ward Sheriff's office spokesman, found about 6 p.m. hiding in a Protection Enforcement Officer
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said. "After they were checked cargo container that had been re- Christy Huffman. 'out, it was determined that only moved from the Melbourne Strait Riasco did not have valid iden- -two of them were stowaways." -when it docked at Berth 31 at -tification or immigration docu- D
Walter Riasco, 25, and Deiv- the port, according to an affida- ments but told authorities he erson Caicedo-Angula, 23, were vit from U.S. Customs and Border was a Colombian citizen.

:Man used bribes from government jobto furnish home: Authorities s48 $s32

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..A Hollywood man used his Mi- ...... than 45,000 street lights in the %
ami-Dade County government county. ___________________ Exp__job to obtain more than $13,000 'A confidential informant who
worth of bribes including a new began cooperating with the FBI -- LI] _______________ Exp
stove, refrigerator and air conch- !in July 2012 told agents that tioning system for his home, fed- he had been secretly reward- __________________Exp__eral authorities said. ing Brown for helping him get
George Brown, 50, was re- business with the county since
leased on bond Thursday, two 21.Authorized Signature
days after his arrest. The informant, who owns a Name_______________________Brown, who stands more .:: traffic supplies company, said
than 6 feet tall and sports thick he told Brown that he would Address_____________________dreadlocks that fall to his an- use "reward points" he received ,
kies, said little other than "yes" GEORGE BROWN from lighting manufacturers to City _____________State ___Zip
and "no" during a brief appear- raignment on July 9. give Brown whatever products Phone _________email_________-ance last Thursday morning in As roadway lighting coor- he wanted. In exchange, Brown
federal court in Fort Lauderdale. dinator for Miami-Dade's De- used his influence to ensure Send to: The Miami Times, 900 NW 54 St. Miami, FL 33127-1818 or
-His attorney Michael Entin said partment of Public Works and that the informant's company Subscribe online at www.MiamiTimesonline.com
he needs to review the evidence Waste Management since 2009, got at least $40,000 worth of includess Florda sales tax
in the case before Brown's r- Brown's job responsibilities in- contracts, authorities said.





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NASA's new class of astronauts Zimmerman case divides
those already decided

gives parity to men and women -Joe "Wa, Teore Ynrk yound g All the evidence
Joe:"a eorgTe NiewYr- beyou nd gu-y all the evidence
By Ktieiler- ~ ~- man a vigilante who took ad- cops needed is right there in.
vantage of Florida's absurd the interrogation (from) three
One flies a fighter jet for the* -stand your ground' law 0to days after the shooting. The
Marines.shoot an innocent black boy for only thing more shocking than
Marnes Anthr i anasss-the crime of wearing a hoodie? what Zimmerman says in the
tant professor of anesthesiolcOr was he someone who was clip, which was released on the
ogy at Harvard Medical School. i :' :i .!: I... ...... :...... :.. : i :: ~ n :: i! i : .....
A tirdis heicoterpilt fr -genuinely threatened by an Internet one year ago, is how
A third is a helicopter pilot for" "...ieYt n i .5 :: ............. :i!:
theArm. Ad te furt leds --unarmed. l.7year-old! -. and little it has impressed the iblo
the station in American Samoa fired his gun in self-defense?...-- viating jer-ks who dominate the
We are rather skeptical .. but coverage of this trial. Why did
of the National Oceanographic
and .. notwithstanding that, the 1ar- he follow Martin, a police offitmo specAmnita. er problem here is that laws cer asks. 'These assholes, they
The ar th for wmenin -. like stand your ground prac- always get away,' Zimmerman
They are the four women inanswers. NASA's latest class of astronaut ticall eourage iianti answrs.
trainees, which also includes -and.a.WildWest mentality."
Holly McCammon, CNN.
four men. The eight recruits \- % "The pubic's a to the
the first NASA has named in fou yersandthefirt goupute: "The prosecution is putting all-female jury -.shows that
four years, and the first group :. :: i :i :: : :: i ~ii :: ~~ : i
to nclde qua nuber of~ A'Dee Dee' (Tryravon Martin's we are not yet gender blind4
to include equal numbers of men and women were select- girlfriend) onthe stand for the when it comes to iithe justice
ed from 6,300 applicants and i second day of the Zimmerman system. Many people ask right,
willstat tiring a theJoh- -trial. The circumstances of her away how will these women
will star-t training at the John-.................. ... ........:. .........:~ ~ h ;! e::;I i:;
son pac Ceterin ouson n ~original deposition are, hii weigh the evidence, deliberate.
son Space Center in Houston in
controversial,,' and her' cred-' and affect the outcome of the
August, the space agency said inswe i
Monday. A~'-ibility may not be all the state trial? The aseislikely to
If ll oeswel afer fe ~might hope for in a star wit- be that the all-female jury will
f training, oneor more ness. And credibility aside, her have little- or no effect on the
years oftann, .n rmr basic story has Martin initiat- ultimate decision ini this case.
might be selected for a stint at -NASA ing the verbal confrontation.". Research shows thaitfno one
the International Spade Station, The new class of trainees includes four women and four men. From left, Josh A. Cassada, Victor juror trait, including gender, is
or eventually for a trip to Jacob c
an asteroid or Mars, places that J. Glover, Tyler N. Hague, Christina M. Hammock, Nicole Aunapu Mann, Anne C. McClain, Jessica Jacob.............. n...... an ac teincorf how.
NASA eventually hopes to visit.. U. Meir and Andrew R. Morgan. prosecution's thr m o.juror will vote>.Rathe.r -an
NASA said that the new class, be that Zimmerman continued savy trial lawyers know this
the agency's 21st, was the nally selected, five come from "I think it's actually just a and has been booking space pursuing Martin after the call, the best predictor ... is a mix smallest group to date, chosen branches of the military and reflection of how many really for American astronauts on provoking the confrontation of gender, race, ethnicity, reliafter a year-and-a-half search many of them Hold multiple talented women are in science Russian S6yuz capsules since that ended in Martin's death. giori political ideology, personfrom the largest applicant pool advanced degrees in phys- and engineering these days," then. But commercial space- The problem for the. pro......ality.at. andso on.'.
since 1978. Only 120 appli- ics, engineering, biology and said Kathleen Rubins, a NASA flight companies are now pre- tion is that itshard to imagine cants -were invited to come to medicine. Those who make it astronaut from the class of paring to resume piloted Amer how that could have happened, Tamara Holder, Fox News: the Johns9n Space Center, through two years of intense 2009, in a telephone interview. ican rocket launchings, ideally especially in light of Zinmner- -'They selected juiry members
where they underwent initial training will join NASA's ex- -"They're folks that have -tech- in 2017, according to the goal man's injuries, unless Martin, of the Zimmerman trial could medical evaluations and an isting corps of 49 astronauts, nical expertise in their cho- date by NASA, which has sup- angry at being followed, -re- hardly-be more homogeneo-us hour interview with the selec- down from a peak of 149 in sen field, but they also bring a ported the private efforts. sponded violently ... But ac- and potentially disastrous. 'tion board. Forty-nine can- 2000. And the newcomers may whole lot to the table" in their The eight new astronaut cording to the prosecution, .The Constittionrequires didates were invited back for then have to wait up to 10 determination and ability to candidates will compete to Zimmerman was the aggressor .that'the accused hall enjoI
a second round of interviews years before their first space- thrive under pressure. be among "the first to launch from beginning to end, pursu- a right to a speedy aniid pub--
as well as language aptitude flight. The number of astronauts from U.S. soil on commercial ing'and killing Martin for no lie trial by an -impatial jury'
tests, psychological evalua- The new class also has the has dwindled along with the American spacecraft since reason ... We have not heard where the crime was commi-tions and mechanical skills as- highest percentage of female number of human space mis- the retirement of the space anything yet that makes this ted. There is no constitutional
sessments. candidates, which NASA said sions. NASA retired its space shuttle," NASA said in its an- account seem plausible. -The requir:ent that the jury shall
Of the eight who were 11- was not intentional. shuttle program two years ago, nouncement. guy in the phone call cerain- be made up of the defendant's
ly does not sound like some- 'peers.' ... This case should
one building hl-self up into not-be-about race, but the at
a murderous rage, -and if Zim- -torneys' failure to pick a. more
merman pursued Martin with diverse-group ofsix people is
H S s evil intent,'why would he (call) certain to reignite the issue,
Hooneh same-sex marriageif the 10% ll-f'
rulngsafectchidr n b nefts H. Richardson, E-jury finds Zimmerm~an not
ruin s afec ch ldr n b neftsquire: "Zimmerman is going to guilty."Organizactions divsagre p be
over what these Pentagon pobe of Gen*




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degsoids y man lAllen, Fla. socialite Jill By Sharon Jayson 7 1c le

he Supreme Court's decisions .Kellweey oe income plete
Wednesday on- same-sex marriage
reflectth e nation's political divide By Tom Vander, Brook be considered embarrassing.
over the issue. But experts say .... .seAllen, who is in mghanistan
what these decisions may mean The Pentagon investigation is cooperating with the investito children bth the kids of gay into hundreds of e chang nation and has denied wrongdo
and lesbian parents and the self- es between Marine Gen. John iogm Still, the FBmes says invesimage of LGBT kids -has cultur- Allen and Florida socialite Jill tigators are trying to determine
al and legal implicationsKl we o7e- whether any e-mails violated Deeapolle, now centers ona60-sex70...
"Its dfintel apostiv thngmails that 'bear a fair amount of fense Department policy, governfor children of same-sex couples," scuiy"adfneofca el regulations or military law.
says Kathleen Hull, an associ- The New York Times. -The e-mails were discovered by
ate professor of sociology at the The report comes a day after the FBI during -an investigation
University of Minnesota in Min- Kelley's lawyer, Abbe Lowell, re- of anonymous e-mails sent to
nelapiolis, ho.studiessame-sleased e-mails, telephone record- Kelley warning her to stay away
relationships.gs and other material that he from Petraeus. The e-mails,
"The~~ng speifi other ramifiation tha heJ
"The specific legal ramifications and Kelley say prove she never it turned out, had been sent
depend on the circumstances -tried to exploit her. friendship by Petraeus biographer Paula
how that child came to be; wheth- with Allen or former CIA direc- Broadwell. That revelation led
er it's the child of a prior hetero- tor David Petraeus. Lowell also the retired four-star general to
sexual marrage. In a lot of cases, Oct. 22, 2011 photo provided by the family, Jeff Littlefield, left, and his husband Tommy Starling wrote to the U.S. Attorney's Of- acknowledge a prior affair with children will have expanded ac- fc nTma e rodel-adrsg
cess to insurance and various pose with their 5-year-old daughter, Carrigan Starling-Littlefiel why nTap, e hisdel CApso.an 9.ig
other government benefits and manding to know hyhsCAptNo.9
protections that will come auto- the Donaldson Adoption Institute really asks," Ruby says. to work to restore and promote a th aeo i let--AlnadPtau actically as a result of having two in New York. "We know children -Still, for others -particularly healthy marriage,- culture, which and her husband wereil met Kelley while stalegal parents." -derive significant benefits # hen organizations -the court- deci- will maximize the chances of a revealed to the news tioned at MacDill Air
Social Security benefits are their parents are married. -So sions are viewed either positively" child being raised by a married media and threaten- -Force Base in Tampa,
an example, she says. "In states this is good news indeed for the or negatively, mother and father," he said in a ing legal- action of the headquarters of the
where same-sex marriage is rec- girls and boys who can now live "If a child has two loving and statement, leaks don't stop. Central Command.
ognized and the federal govern- in families with the- same social, -capable parents who choose to Emily Hecht-McGowan, direc- Robert O'Neill, U.S. The Times says the inmerit didn't, if the non-biologi- economic and personal advantag- create a permanent bond, it's tor of public policy at the Boston- Attorney for the dis- quiry does not appear
cal parent in a same-sex couple es as their peers who have mar- in the best interest of their chil- based Family Equality Council, trict, said lawyers KELLEY to have progressed to passed away, the child in the fed- ried, heterosexual mothers and dren that legal institutions allow says the rulings are a positive from his office met last interviews with Allen, era] government's eyes was not fathers." -them to do so," Thomas Mcln- step forward. Wednesday with the Department 58, who is married and the faeligible for those benefits and now Jennifer Grant, 49, and her erny, president of the American The news signalss to kids cur- of Justice Inspector General's ther of two, or Kelley, 37, the they are," HuJI says. partner Carol Rossi, 52, both of Academy of Pediatrics, said in a rently being raised by LGBT fam Office to determine who should wife of. a cancer surgeon and the
An estimated 37 percent of San Francisco, married in 2008 statement. 'Stable relationships ilies that their families are valued respond to Lowell' claims, The mother of three.
LGBT Americans have had a in California and are the parents with caring adults are important and respected and that our fed- Tampa Tribune reports. In Lowell's letter to prosecuchild, meaning as many as 6 of 1 1-year-old fraternal twins for children, and so are finan- eral government does not view The Pentagon investigation, tors, he says the Kelleys are million U.S. children -and adults Ruby and Sam Rossi-Grant. The cial security, social support and them as different." For LGBT which threatens Allen's pend- being skewered in the media have an LGBT parent, accord- couple have been together 14 access to health care. Scientific youth, she says, the rulings show ing appointment as NATO's simply for relaying concerns to ig to findings from a national years., evidence shows that there is no "that our highest court and our supreme allied commander in authorities about the 'potenstudy released in February by the Grant is the biological mother cause-and-effect relationship be- federal government see them as Europe, involves about 15 in- tialy threatening behavior" of UCLA -School of Law's Williams and says Rossi adopted the kids tween parents' sexual orientation having the same rights and same vestigators working seven days a others. Institute, which studies gay and and is legally their second par- and children's well-being." protections and same value and week but could take months to "You no doubt have seen the lesbian trends. The report 'LGBT ent. Grant says the rulings "puts Others disagree. "The reality is it lifts some of thiht stigma they complete, the Times reports. The tremendous attention that the Parenting in the U.S." provides ,us on equal footing with all the that society needs children, and feel every day." Times cites a defense official the Kelleys have received in the mea demographic portrait of LGBT other parents we knpw." children need a momn and ai dad," In his majority opinion strik- newspaper says asked not to be dia," Lowell wrote. "All they did
parenting in the U.S. Her daughter, Ruby, who will says Tony Perkins, president of ing down the Defense of Marriage named because of the sensitive to receive this attention was to
"Most ,attention has focused be a 7th grader this fall, says she the Family Research Council, a Act (DOMA), 'Supreme Court nature of the inquiry. let law enforcement know that on the adults in this debate, but doesn't even know the marital not-for profit public policy orga- Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote The defense official tells the they had been the subjects of children are also big winners with status of most of her friends' par- nization founded to "champion that DOMA "humiliates tens of Times there is no evidence so far inappropriate and potentially today's rulings," agrees Adam ents. "It 'doesn't really come up. It marriage and family" according thousands of children now being o euiyvoainbtta hetnn eairb oe
Pertman, executive director of doesn't really matter and nobody to its website. "We will continue raised by same-sex couples." of s eit voltion-s, umtat thenn be hair.ysoe




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MIAM UME ~flS. Florida relatives,

fuel rising Haitian

M O CENTER
THE HAPAN HUSEmigrant smuggling THE CHAPMAN HOUSE
1200 NW 611 Avenue, Mami, Florida 33136 By Alfonso Chardy

Family members in South Florida are possibly behind a dan
geou new trend inteCriba;te mglnno no
mnented Haitian irrimigrants from the Dominican Republic to
-Puerto Rico, a senior Coast Guard official said recently.
"The new thing that's happening is in the Mona Passage
between the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico and it's being fueled, we think, by money from 'relatives probably, almost
assuredly -up here in South Florida," said Rear Adm. William
D. Baumgartner, commander of the Seventh U.S. Coast Guard
ABFF Ambassador Omari Hardwick (far left); HBO Vice President of Corporate Responsibility Dennis Williams; Commissioner Districtin Miami. Michelle Spence Jones, City of Miami District 5; ABFF Founder Jeff Friday; Southeast Overtown Executive Director Clarence Woods "In Februay they started smuggling Haitians and the [migrant IIIsmuggers] are charging $1,500 to $2,000 a peson, again probably being paid for by relatives up here.

Miami Film Life Center unveiled in Overton The trend was first mentioned by Coast Guard officials earlier.
d this year, but Baumgartner's~ statements recently were the~ first
Miami Times staffrport toric Chapman House, located with- the City of Miami, Miami- ential mediums of our time. The to directly link the smuggling to possible payments to Dominic
at 1200 NW 6th Street. Jeff Fri- Dade County Public Schools Miami Film Life Center aim's to Migrant smugglers by Haitian family members in South Florida. City of Miami Commissioner day, CEO of Film Life, Inc.; not- (MDCPS) and the Black Archives, enhance the access and aware- Baumgartner spoke during an hour-long presentation at Michelle Spence-Jones and The ed actor and ABFF ambassador to partner with Film Life, Inc. to ness of film and filmmaking The Miami Herald editorial board. He also spoke about Cuban South East Overtown/ Park Omari Hardwick; and Bill Diggs, 'open the Miami Film Life Center opportunities to the residents migrants, noting the Coast Guard has seen no evidence of an West Community Redevelopment president and CEO of the Miami- (MFLC), during the 17th Annual of Overtown and 'surrounding exodus by sea, and about his imminent retirement after 33 years, Agency (SEOPW CRA) celebrated Dade Chamber of Commerce, 2013 American Black Film Festi- communities," said Commis- in the service. His first Coast Guard patrol was in the Floida a soft opening- of the Miami Film were also in attendance. val (ABFF). sioner Michelle Spence-Jones, Straits as an ensign on the cutter Dependable in 1980 when he
Life Center recently at the His- The SEOPW CRA collaborated "Film is one of the most influ- SEOPW's chairwoman. Was 21. Baumgartner, now. 54, retired last Wednesday.
________________________________________________________________Baumgartner's____goalBauwaarttoe'sgbalwaszt publiidenthedangrs tfehenne Haitiapa migrant route and by doing so tryjpig to deter family
Edmonson and MCI members here to stop paying smugglers to get their loved ones to

open Community Space "The [migrants] are going in homemade open boats (hat can
have anywhere from 30 to 100 migrants stuffed in them anad
at Annie Coleman they're highly unstable and they capsize easily,",he said. "We
worried that it's only a matter of time before we lose dozens of
Miami limes staff report lives. The seas are fairly rough in the Mona Passage. When these
boats slow down to approach the shoreline they tend to lose
Commissioner Audrey M.- Edmonson
sndBaumgarter said Coast Guard officials have seen between joined, Miami Children's Initiative (MCI) 900 and 1,000 Haitian migrants attempting to cross the Mona
representatives to cut the ribbon on the ~'",Passage since Feb. 1. That's a dramatic increase in such crossnew MCI Community Space located at ngs in the pror eight years, the CoastGuard detected only 188
the Annie Coleman Complex, 1901 NW Haitians in the passage
60~ tree. Te spce as ceatd asa Baumgartner said smugglers involved in the criminal enter601 Street. The space -was created as a .
"safe spc"for neighborhood children r rtls
space""Theyr have no concern about the people that they're smugand features a computer room; a read- gling, said Baumgartner "And we've already see them force
ing room full of books, games. and art -Photo courtesy of Marta Martinez-Aleman people into the water and tell them to swim to shore and many of
supplies; and a training room for chil- Pictured are Miami Children s Initiative (MCI) Board Chairwoman Annie Neasman, them don't swim If they think they're going to get caught they'll dren and families to gather and enjoy School Board Member Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall, State Senator Dwight Bullard, to movie nights and other events seven MCI Executive Director Cecilia GutierrezAbetty, Commissioner Audrey M. Edmonson Guterrz-Aett, CmmisinerAudey Emonon ized thatgetting to South Florida on aboat from Haiti is now days a week. .and MCI staff 'ember Kalinthia Nunnally. extremely difficult because of improved TCoast G3ard patrlling.















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Child abuse deaths average 400 per year in FL

CHILDREN I ing the system now or not is not gional director, says she's concontinued from 1A the point. The Black community cerned about state cutbacks
is ill-informed on how juvenile that take away from essential
foster child herself, had already justice. and dependency works services, like substance abuse
lost custody of an older child af- and I don't believe that our com- or mental health -which are
ter being deemed an unfit moth- munity can wait much longer often identified as the source of
er. Nonetheless and despite the for answers or for fixes to the the problems in homes that are
obvious risk, the DCF completed system-" investigated.
its report in just 20 days tak- "As the State rolls out its new
ing no actions to protect the tod- DCF HEAD PROMISES CHANGE evaluation tool, one can expect
dler. But that's just the tip of the Wilkins says he is concerned things to be a bit shaky,"'she
iceberg. T7 about the number of deaths that said. "But I am confident that
Ezra's death was the fourth occur in Florida each year due A. the two organizations will come
time in. six weeks that the DCF to abuse and neglect some, i together and figure out how to
was called in to investigate the 400 according to his data. best serve the community. It
death of a Florida child three EZA RPHAEL "Of course not all of these may take a mediator stepping in
of the four deaths occurring in higher. In 2010, FL reported deaths are ever related to or N r,+ to see what's working and what
either Miami-Dade or Broward 193,339 cases of child abuse investigated by DCF," he said. we need to change. However, as
counties. and neglect and experts today "When DCF gets a call on the QPlong as we keep reducing funds
say that we are now averaging State hotline, we send out an trial part of our system of care In his stead as CEO for the for services, we will undoubtDEATHS OF CHILDREN over one death per day for a total investigator and have three op- our working relationship with Florida Coalition for Children, edly continue to see abuse and
OMINOUSLY RISING of 400 dead children per year. tions: remove the child and our local DCF partners has al- Kurt Kelly oversees the state- neglect cases rise."
In May of this year, five- "We need to have effective pro- ,.Place them'in a foster home;: of-' ways been an integral part of wide organization of an estimat- State Representative Kionne month-old Bryan Osceola's grams- not just programs to fer services to address the dys- our success," she said. ed 20 CBCs and an additional McGhee [District 117] says losmother left him in -a car where address the needs of families up functions observed; or adjust On July 1st, Wilkins rolled out 40 providers. He says Florida ing one child a month is unhe baked to death. In June, front," said The Honorable Or- the surroundings that are put- a new evaluation tool that all has gone from being "one of the acceptable and believes, the four-year-old Antwan Hope was lando Prescott, administrative ting the child at risk. The last investigators for both the DCF best states [in how it addresses community must "voice its confound dead while on an unsu- judge, Juvenile Division, M-DC. thing we want to do is to remove and the CBCs will now be re- child welfare cases] to one of cerns now." .
pervised -weekend visit'with his 'When child welfare in Florida a child because it basically de- quired to utilize when visiting the worst." "The data doesn't lie -- I
mother. Finally, two weeks ago, was privatized several years ago, stroys an entire family. Howev- families.: Wilkins says over $2 "Losing just one child is un- have a problem with so, many one-year -old Fernando Bara- it was believed that dividing the er, the reality is we'sometimes million was spent to train inves- acceptable and I am .sure that children dying that were alhona was found dead in a case responsibilities to address the make the wrong decision." tigators and believes that the -none of us are happy'about it," ready' part of an investigation. that Coral Springs police have safety and we~ll-being of children, Wilkins added that as theDCF tool, called the Safety Frame- he said. "But the -recent prob- by the DCF," he said. "Secrecalled "suspicious." DCF'had in- between the DCF and commu- and CBCs have varying types of work, which was authorized lems [deaths] have not been at tary Wilkins is coming to South vestigated each case before. but nity-based care [CBCl organiza- relationships throughout the -by Tallahassee legislators [as the CBC level.'We're seeing deci- Dade later this month and we're the children were allowed to re- tions would be more effective, state, here in Miami-Dade, "our directed by HB 803], will help sons being made by DCF rnves- going to. open it up to the pubmain in their respective homes. At the same, time, the State cut relationship is strained." streamline the evaluative pro- tigators that cause us concern. lic for questions. :Something is
In late 2009, federal data funds that would have helped But Frances Allegra, CEO, cess and reduce the chances We are not pointing fingers. The broken and it needs to be.fixed.
showed that 10,440 children in families get the services they Our Kids of Miami-Dade/Mon- for subjectivity by investigators.' job we all have is to investigate Blacks need to be educated in the U.S. died from abuse and need and would have provided -roe, Inc. [the CBC for both coun- But some wonder-if it has been homes, make referrals and de- terms of the child welfare proneglect between 2001 and 2007 better training for investigators. 'ties], assessed their relationship tested enough in the field and liver needed services that keep cess. We want answers as to
but experts say the real num- Whether the State DCF Secre- with the DCF as "excellent." if it is really the best evidence- kids safe." what happened to every child
ber may be as many as 5,000 tary David Wilkins is overhaul- "Our partnership is an essen- based tool available? Jacqui Colyer, former DCF re- that has recently died."





Rulings: State can change voting laws

COURT any~ change in voting laws ban on gay m~arriage essencontinued from 1Ao they like. Any challenge would tially invalidated that law, but
have to come after the fact, in was decided on procedural
-federal oversight of their vot- a lawsuit. grounds -and didn't find ia
ingM laws the issue was'rel'a- O EAny time we have the op- constitutional right requiring.
tively simple. No longer is the portunitytto make our own states to give gays and lesbi..th.thelan d of segregated decisions, I think that's great ans access to marriage.
water fountains and' literacy for our state," Gov. Rick Scott. "The rulings ouit of the' 8utests, and a foromnla that' told reporters Tunesday follow- preme Court mean so much
-was established back when inmg the state Cabinet meeting.: for so many people, but so~
those dark days were a fresh .--As the week ended, there much legs for te people'ini
memory is no longer relevant. -were not yet any indications Florida," said Rp. Jloe Aauna
e .b nh t ynAi s ltn N oMabout whether the state might- a sers, an Orlando Demadctt
,iVOTING RIGHTS ACT tvry to push through any and one of the first to openly
"Our country has changed, changes that would previously gay lawmakers in the' state
and while any racial discrim~i- -have been tripped 'up by pre&- 'That didn't seem likely tIo --4aUTERS/Jason Reed
nation in voting is too much, clearance. But that is clearly change any time soon. U.S. President Barack Obama greets participants at a town hall-style meeting with young African
'Congress must ensurecthat what opponents feared. "Thevoters in 2008 de- leaders at the University of Johannesburg in Soweto, June 29.
the legislation it passes to "It should be disturbing to 'gcided that we're going to be
-remedy 'that problem speaks Nevery Florida voter that the' a'~ traditional mariage state," 0,e d
to current conditions," Chief Supreme Coutt seems not to said Gov. Rick Scott, noting Felow ship for young A fricc ,, l a ers
-Justice John Roberts wrote have'rnoticed what happened that he's been married since ____________for the 5-4 majority. in Florida over the last two he-was 19. "That's what the MOVEMENT president's plan is recognition of cause of liberty. During his June
Those who opposed the de- years, where we phave battled voters decided, and it's my job continued from 1A the important role young people 1990 visit to the United States folcisio, though, saw the act as 'the Legislatiure's prtisan as governor to uphold the law have played to reshaping Africa's lowing his release from 27year
part of the reason that there manipulation of our voting of the land." continent's remaining oppre ssive political landscape. This is espe imprisonment for trying to topple
were no longer literacy tests, rights," Mainab said. The only path that loked governments. The president is cialy true of South Africa, whose South Africa's apartheid regime,
poll taxesor several other. de- like a possible route to-same- betting- that the young Afstrricans election of Nelson Mandela as its Mandela made a brief stop at a
-vices that states came -up with 'WE'RE GOING TO 2 sex marriage in- Florida was.peieti 94wsutmt-Brolnhg.sho hrl fe




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from casting -ballots before the MARRIAGE STATE' tive, "Get Engaged," -which is er in a change that will be more white-minority government to a "If in our struggle we receive the
Civil Rights Movement. The decision on same-sex trying to get- a measure before deeply rooted in. democratic pmi- multiracial democracy. But that support of the youth of the world,
"The sad irony of today's marriage was more of a mixed voters in 2014. ButUniversity ciples than the Arab Spring has change didn't come without a then our struggle can never be
decision lies in its utter fail- bag for those ria struggle -one in which the youth lost," Mandela said that day. Last
ure to rasmh l g and lesbians to'tie fence professor Susan Maca- MAnd to assuage, if not put to of South Africa paid a heavy price. week, whte en- route, to Africa
proven effective, Justice Ruth the knot. The court threw out nus said the measure might rest, the fears of Africa's existing It was in Soweto back in 1976 aboard Air Force One, presidenBader Ginsburg wrote-in a part of a federal' law called do better in 2016, a presiden- that hundreds of young Blacks tial aide Valerie Jarrett phoned







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For Florida, the implications that denied federal benefits is likely to be younger and wsaid of this program: "Wre going security forces when they took to have seen all over the world that were relatively clear. Unless to same-sex couples who are -more supportive. to partner r with your governments the streets of that black township (young people) have been extraorand until Congress comes p- legally married in states that it it's still a divided state and regional organizations here n to protest the then-government's dinarily instrumental in promotwith a new formula or which approve their unions. on the issue," she said, -and Africa and foundations, and civil insistence that they be taught in ing and sustaining democracy,"










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Longime board member named-CEO at CarnivalCorp.

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Hannah Sampson suggested Donald, who has ""He has prepared himself' Equal and Pure Via.' Group, Carleton College and
~~been a member of Carnival's :froe30yas dr- "When he came here, he several arts institutions in St.
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tory steeped .in agricultural colleagues spoke.lhighly of of people and he's known for ,a research program Working marl-led with two daughters,
technology and sugar substi- Donald, 58, and said he was. engaging with at broad spec- with pharmaceutical compa- a son and five grandchildren.
tutsArol Dnad ees itfo te ob trtum of individuals," Parker hies," said Marie Davis, an His time as a board meran unlikely choice for chief "He's more than capable' said. "He's a results-0riented executive director at the foun- ber at Dillard University,
executive of, the world's larg- of running Carnival," said, leader who'll drive sustain- dation who has known Don- a historically Black college
est cruise ship company. Ronald Parker, president anrd able change at. Carnival." ald for more than 15 years. based in New Orleans, coinBut it was his history at, a CEO of The Executive Lead- At the Juvenile Diabetes Davis said Donald is a cided with Hurricane Katrina,
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aika A. Wright the decisions a "tragic day for marriage and our namiamitimesonline.com tion," according to USA Today.
However, Rev. Scott Campbell, pastor of Harvard. Last week, two major rulings were made by the Epworth United Methodist Church in Cambridge, Supreme Court in favor of same-sex marriage: Mass., and a Harvard University chaplain, said same-sex married couples are now entitled to feder- to the United Methodist Reporter, that June 26 al benefits and California residents are now allowed "should be a day of rejoicing across the church that to have same-sex marriages. Since the rulings, our Supreme Court has upheld the values that the Rev. Carl Johnson clergy leaders have responded with opposing views. church cherishes it is a matter of simple justice The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called Please turn to MARRIAGE 14B





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By Malika A. Wright and the Miami Dolphins cheerleadmwright@miamitimesonline..com ers. A I
Yot~ pose mChildren received face paintings, I e 11 g
after getting Youth and adults are encouraged created arts and crafts and also their faces by the Miami-Dade Public Library took pictures and received auto- New Hope Int' Church
System to read at least 2-4 hours graphs from some of the Dolphins painted. a week during this summer, which cheerleaders. o s 0
will help prevent the youth from By reading for the required falling behind academically, amount of hours and participating By Malika A. Wright
The "Summer Reading Recharge" in the Miami-Dade Public Library's mwright@miamitimesonline.com
event that was held at North Dade sunmner reading program, which Regional Library on June 29, fea- started at the beginning of June Therefore confess, your sins to each









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person is powerful and effective," James
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T cheerleaders started -about 10 month ago,
pose with youth. have witnessed prayers that have healed the sick. Many be
lieve that Pastor Charles Turner III, has a gift from God.
MaiiyPozo has beena
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since Nov. 10). He
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By Patrick Morley connection technology-Facebook,
Twqitter, Caring Bridge, Instagram, etc
M a ~ rTechnoso9 9 has shifted yet again- Of course, former technologies don't
thistim advncig frm "ommu goaway. Instead, they divide and By Malika A. Wright ncto"technology to "connection"~ expand. While not every person will
mwri ht~mamitmesolinecorntechnology be drawn to technology at all, much
S y ma ere r Technology 1 is industrial tech- less the "connections" of Technology 4,
On Ino i ogy-mass production, systems, many people tilt in that direction, and
99th birthday with her family and friends. processes. Technology 2 is informa- especially younger people. In fact, it's
"It's et ," McCray said. While there ecology-computers, copy hard to imagine being thought of as
apaI blssnepryg ood said "I' cno seeaupsshliaemach~ines. Technology 3 is commu- relevant by younger people, if you are
in arny pan" a e rtygo nIIca svrIprpete~jn nication technology-fax, overnight, technology resistant.
get faoud. Mcrypoutvlpnsam- purpose of tech nology is to I email, the Internet. Technology 4 is, Please turn to TWEET 14B
In fac, Mc~ay prductivly spnds ama- /fulIfill the GreaitiCommrissiont jority of her time quilting. it as m try,
"I do that every day," McCray said. "That's
amy work. That's my company." *0

buycher'uits ,Add neA ~th praise and worship God
gedbuhecah quilts,n aypol
"I believe God gave me that job to do," she Running for Jesus Youth Ministry held a
said. youth praise and worship seminar celebraAfter the death of her husband, John Henry
McCray, she dealt with loneliness, until she ,"7tion service on June 30.The 48 youth
began to quilt. who were in attendance sang and danced
"Something said get you a needle and at the event.The ministry is a part of
thread, and do like your mama," McCray
said. Her late mother was also known Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church.
* throughout her community. for quilting. Its focus is embracing, encouraging and
e,~ m Soon after, McCray made her very first mentoring the youth to help them have
"Ittwas the cutest quilt, but somebody took a positive future, according to Herboski
it," McCray said. Johnson, the founder and leader of the
Her daughter assured her that it was ministry.
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God, faith present in schools now more than ever

By Lee Lawrence in the room is not one of fervor, campuses, many of them pubbut of comfort.Asked why it's ic. And Campus Crusade for
At the adolescent-unfriendly worth coming to school early for Christ, founded in 1951 as a
hour of 7:10 on a rainy spring a Campus Life meeting, a lanky Christian ministry to college
morning in tiny Loachapoka, senior wearing an Adidas shirt students in California and now
Alabama, classes won't start for answers simply: "I like to learn known as Cru, has helped high
another half hour in the public about Jesus." school students start some 200
school. But already the science It has been 50 years since the Christian clubs, almost all of
lab at Loachapoka High School Supreme Court banned school- them in public schools. Youth
is coming' alive with the banter sponsored prayer. But God and for Christ, an evangelical misof 13 teeis sloughing. off back- faith. ,are. probably present in sionary organization in which
packs and settling in to learn more ways now than ever in broadcast-evangelist Billy Granot about chemistry or biology, public schools, say law and re- ham worked in the 1940s, bebut about faith' ligion experts and activists. 'gan reaching out to high school
"Who knows what happened "We've gone' from virtual si- and middle school students
this weekend?" asks Kevin lence about religion in the cur- in the 1960s and '70s. It now
Flannagan, regional director for riculum and virtually no stu- has on- and off-campus clubs
Campus Lifeministry. dent religious expression in at 1,200 schools, most of, them
Immediately, the teens quiet many schools," says Charles public.
down to listen. "Easter," a boy Haynes, a- scholar at the First At the elementary school levvolunteers."'Jesus rose, yes," Amendment Center and head el, religious instruction someFlannagan says. Then, in a of.the Religious Freedom Edu- times takes place right on camtone as gentle as it is friendly, cation Project in Washington, pus in after-school programs.
he recaps the Bible story and D.C., "to, today, when social By far themost widespread and
asks, "So why is it called Good studies and other standards are controversial, Good News Clubs
Friday?"A girl answers: "Be- fairly generous to religion, and hold Sunday school-like classes
cause he died for us, and that's students are expressing their in some 3,200 public elemena good thing."A few heads nod. faiths in many different ways At the elementary school level, religious instruction sometimes takes place right on campus tary schools. As Flanhagan goes on to tell the in many public schools, if not in after-school programs. Cter-school Good News
story of a boy making an empty most." Clubs have, grown from fewer,
Easter.egg "he got it that the Nobody has yet studied the Student ministries that ed to reach tens of thousands of Christian Athletes has 'es- than 17,000. participants 'in meaning of Easter is the empty phenomenon, but there are started before the school prayer of public school students. Since tablished itself on. more than 2001 to more than 156,000 entomb" the emotional climate some illustrative examples: ban, or just after, have expand- the mid-1960s, the Fellowship 8,000 junior and .high school rolled in 2012.


Singer explores deeper side of music
McFerrin's album I love the Scriptures," McFer- heal your body." McFerrin's farin said, adding that he reads vorite book in the Bible is the

revamps tradition the Bible through over and Psalms. Several years ago, he
over again. "I could read the wrote a song based on Psalm
By Kirm Lawton same verse 1,000 times but the. 23, but in his version, the love
1,001st time I read it, I'll find of God takes on feminine form.
He's best known for his iconic something in it that I hadn't The song has been adopted
1980s feel-good hit "Don't Wor- seen before." by choirs across the country. It
When he's not traveling, Mc- was inspired, he said, after he
award winning artist Bobby Ferrin still attends an Episco- and his choir were rehearsing

McFerrin explores a deeper side pal church. But he doesn't like in a church and began discussof life in a new album. narrow labels. ing the many male images in
Titled "spirityouall," t "I don't really think of myself the Bible.
cording includes his adapta- as a religious person per se, but "It just seemed to make
tions of traditional Black spirt- more a spiritual person who sense. People forget, you know,

tuals and devotional songs that follows Christ, who follows Je- (there's) a father's love and then
he composed. sus as my spiritual master," he there's a mother's love, which
McFerrin believes music has said. complements the fathers lve,
McFerrin has received 10 and they fit together nicely," he
a transcendent spiritual power.
., Grammy Awards since the 198 sad
"It elicits so many emotions," BOBBY G MCFERRIrase A r nt he 1988 said.
the musician told the PBS pro- release of "Don't Worry,, Be Hap- The new album "spirityouall"
gram "Religion & Ethics News- ever he sang these spirituals." py." He has conducted classical has a song based on Psalm Weekly." "Music hes a Way of McFerrin-said he tries to pray orchestras andreleased albums 25:15, as well "Woe," which was co ca. n s .. LL Cool J and wife Simone Smith ""':...
communicatin-,. :""that lan:"as he sings; ftob "The hope is featuring styles from across the inspired by Isaiah 10:1-4.LC.a we o St
guage does not. CItan go jast the musical spectrum. He frequent- He said one of his job descriplanguage." pieces that' they'll carry them ly works with young people, try' tions as an artist is moving'peoMcFerrin said his Christian home with them and then they'll ing to help them see the power ple to joy. faith permeates everything he inspire them to begin a spiritual of music. It's a lesson he,:said "If there's any one thing I does. And it's particularly evi- journey or to -cbntinue on it." his mother taught him when he. want it's for people to have that beats cancer w ith prayer dent in this new album, which McFerrin's grandfather was a was a boy. sense of joy, the joy that I feel
he said honors the legacy of his Baptist minister, and he grew "She knew how music was a just being able to sing." father, Robert McFerrin Sr., the up in the Epicopal Church. healing balm because when- McFerrin believes his musical BS Christine Thorasos you and you're gonna beat this.'
at.I II -So I prayed to God. and since
first Black to sing a title role at When he was 16, he wanted ever I was sick she'd give me ability is a gift from God. I I the Metropolitan Opera. to become a monk in the An- two things: She'd give me medi- "My father used to say, The "Back in 2004, I had a very then my test results have been
The senior McFerrin also re- glican tradition. He gave uP on cine for my aches and pains Lord has entrusted me with invasive surgery done because great." leased an album of spirituals, the idea in his early 20s when and she'd give me music for my a talent. It's not my gift.' ... I they found a chondrosarcoma Smith has been cancer free for "Deep River" in 1957. he realized he was meant to be spirit," he recalled. absolutely feel that way, that tumor in my tibia bone," Sim- nine years, and told the website
"I never heard my father pray a singer, but the religious im- "Music does have incredible he's given me this gift to share one Smith, LL Cool J's wife, re- about her faith in God being a (out loud)," said McFerrin. "But pulse remains. power to rearrange your in- with other people and to uplift revealed in a www.blackdoctor h part of the reason'why. Now,
I always heard him pray when- "I'm still a very quiet guy, and sides, rearrange your thoughts, hearts." org I had an invasive surgery the mothjewelry ofline fouriS which will
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.to elpig otersfacetroules Annual Vacation Bible School
Guidebook t il i g o n r a etO D e Antioch Missionary Baptist Church of Br:ownsville's annual va~cation bible school, 6 p in 9 p m. nightly. Monday, July 15 to 'IHow to Be a Friend to a Friend stories of friends and family that she looks anything but. Friday, July 19 at 2799 NW 46 Street, 305-635-8329.
members who have faced se- Don't say "I know what You are Invited! Rev. Larrie M. Lovett II, pastor.
By Cornelia Dean material assertion that there rious trouble, as well as ac- you're going through" unless
would be a life after reconstruc- counts of fellow cancer patients you actually do. When I received a diagnosis tion -a lacy bra. she encountered in her journey Do draw up a list of possible IV1 !
of breast cancer in 2009, my Unfortunately, most people back to good health. chores you could perform __________________friend Caitlin was one of the even the most warmheart- 'A 'lot of her advice is common picking up children at school, first people I called. And when ed -lack: Caitlin's intelligence sense, but some of it is surpris- grocery shopping, mowing the We have made several, changes in our deadlines due to a she came to see me, she said and good sense. Letty Cottin ing. lawn. Look and listen to cues newly-revised agreement between The Miami Times and our
~the perfect thing: nothing. In- Pogrebin's s new book is for us. As the book notes, greeting from the sick person, or his prne.W vauyoratngendsprtndskouo stead, she burst into tears, Pogrebin, a writer who, among someone with the seemingly caregivers, as to when it is ap- pitr evleyu arnaeadspotadakyut
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She arranged .for me to have tal illness or drug addiction of come to you. gests, "gently open' the door to
eyebrows tattooed, so I would a child. Pogrebin has some other use- a last conversation and leave it mail: mwright@miamitimesonline.com
not look faceless when all my She wrote it after her own ful dos and don'ts. up to the patient to either close Classified advertising: Submit all ads by Tuesday, 4 p.m.
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14B THE MIAMI TIMES, JULY 3-9, 2013 THE NATION'S #1 BLACK NEWSPAPER.

Stevie Wonder-honors his late
S te v e W od e r o n o r h is lateNew Beginnings Bap- at the church on July 13 at


titChurch of South Miami 8a.m.- 4p.m. Call 305-310-.
mother With his, recent album "u"o c,
featuring Ebenezer Zion AME

Singer to spread ...about issues within America Church Male Chorus and oth- Running For Jesus
and the need to acknowledge ers on July 13 at 7pm and Ministry will host a youth truth to listeners the nation's spiritual condi- July 14 at 4pm at St. John awareness praise celebration
tion. When asked about taking AME Church in South Miami. on July 14 at 2p.m. They are By Jessica Martinez the arts out of public schools Call 305-303-2805. seeking group or solo particiindefinitely, he stated that do- pants. Call 954-213-4332.
Singer-songwriter extraordi- ing so would be the catalyst to First Baptist Church
naire Stevie Wonder will release negativity as was the case with of Bunche Parkwill host its U Second Chance Mina gospel album, with an Arabic eliminating prayer. annual men's gospel program istries to host a Bible study
twist, that will pay tribute to "We have taken prayer out on August 25 at 4p.m. Call meeting. Call 305-747-8495.
his late mother, Lula Mae Hard- of schools because it alienates. 305-621-1991.
away. certain people, and I don't like 0 A Mission With A New
in an interview with Rolling that they did that, only because I Kingdom Insight De- Beginning Church WomStone Magazine, Wonder said I think if a person doesn't want lverance Embassy will host en's Department provides
his album will spread the mes- to believe in praying,. then you an apostolic summit on July community feeding. Call 786sage of truth to a wide audience, go and you take a time out. 17-19 at 7:30 nightly. Call 371-3779.
and said the gospel is not about But to stop the essence of giv- 888-871-4493
religion but a personal relation- ing pi-aise to life in hoping for a A U Bethany Seventh Day
ship with "the one you serve 'better life, to me, is unaccept- U Antioch Missionary Adventist Church will host
and you worship." The .upcom-, able," Wonder said. Baptist Church of Browns- a bereavement sharing group
ing album, Gospel .Inspired by ..He also spoke about his ville will host its annual va- at 3 p.m. 4:30 p.m. every
Lula, is one of several projects stance on gun control and cur- cation bible school from July 2nd Sunday. Call, 305-634that Wonder is working on as he rent events that result in the 15 July 19. Call 305-635- 2993.
enters into the faith-based mu- "deterioration of a nation." 8329.
evie Wonder and his late mother Lula Hardaway. "The great thing about being U Running for Jesus Outsic genre. 111nigfoJeuOt"We're going to do some tra- Long before her passing, Lula others. He is also working on blind is I don't see all this, but 8 St. Peter's African Or- reach Youth Ministry will ditional gospel stuff, but I'm Mae Hardaway, the daughter of two additional albums,Ten Bil- I see it even deeper than every- thodox Church Nurses' host a "Youth 'Summer Semithinking about doing a gospel a poor Alabama sharecropper, lion Hearts and When the World body, so it hurts even deeper, Guild will sponsor a yard nar." Call 954-213-4332. song in Arabic. I'm going to left Wonder's abusive father Began. because it's even deeper than I
twist it all up in different ways, for a better life in Detroit. She Although there is no set date can imagine. because I think everyone needs co-wrote a few of Wonder's hit for the dedication album re- It's gotten out of control ... to hear the word of the gospel," tracks early on in his career, lease, Wonder said his projects we have to understand that we P S N orful
said Wonder. including; "I Was Made to Love will come out "relatively soon." are dealing with a spiritual war Z.P
Wonder shared that he con- Her" and "Signed, Sealed, Deliv- "I never put a time on things, and we have to do something ceived the idea about making a ered I'm Yours." Then in 2006, because the most important about guns," he added. pens open letter to sons
gospel album while his mother she died in Los' Angeles. at the thing is that it's good. In keeping in line with his was still living. "I promised her age of 76. Hopefully we get it the way faith-centered beliefs about so- By '' Ws
I would do it. She always want- While he works on his moth- it, feels good to me, and in the cial issues, Wonder just wants ed me to do it before she passed er's tribute album, Wonder will case of the one I'm working on the message behind his moth- k N iaTdeaway, the untimely passing also collaborate with producer with David, both he and myself er's homage to resonate clear. f tt away, Wonder said. "We've David Foster to revive a few of feel good about it," said Wonder. "The word of the gospel rebeen working -on some songs his classic material along with Not only did Wonder speak ally is love and it really is about Hwvr desite t d and some ideas. So we're going a symphony orchestra for songs about music in the Rolling people following the word. . ," to complete that as well." like "Isn't She Lovely," among Stone interview, but he talked Wonder said. a t e n n


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Power of healing exists through faith in God t
in tei t ons, Te an
TURNER Pozo said since then his en- completely healed. what the James 5:14 says.
continued from 12B tire family attends the church. Also, her daughter who was The church's primary focus
His wife and children, his par- born prematurely, and used is to reach out to the lost and H i happy. He thought a good way ents and his wife's parents. He to visit the hospital regularly, people who do not know Christ. to honor his parents was to help shared that.his children didn't hasn't gone since Turner has The church recently moved to o them renew their wedding vows enjoy going to church in the prayed over her. a new location in Cooper City, s m mn
on their 50th anniversary, past; but now they are growing "He stands with us in prayer and will have their first official t te'c'' t His home church, which was as Christians on their own. believing that God will 'do what service on July 7. t e
Catholic refused to conduct "She's radiant," Pozo said of the word says He will," Deve- According to Turner, New i I ytbur iwegrity, prozeo y
the ceremony in their home, so his 83-year-old mother. "She .nish said.. Hope International Ministries
he reached out to Turner, who goes 'to church every single The two members described is a multicultural non-denom- 7lie g a I have on what ubm
Pozo had heard about through Sunday. It's been a tremen- their pastor as. humble, genu- inational ministry impacting. U.e My 'm
a friend. dous blessing in our lives. ine, loving, anointed and scrip- the community, the nation and r i y
Turner held the ceremony The church just moves in that turally sound. the world with a "Now" word
and after he laid hands on and anomaly of blessings and heal- from God. b d t th sew ra
prayed for Pozo's mother. Not ings." TURNER DESCRIBES NEW "We are a body of believ- i ke I y t _long then, Pozo's mother re- Samantha Devenish has HOPE INTERNATIONAL ers postured-in humility and t \n4 e e knwn to
ceived a scan from her doctor. witnessed the healing of her MINISTRIES prayer to God, operating in and o r Ask your ""s
After the scan, he was informed five-year-old daughter. She "Our church is indeed a spir- through the ministry gifts of higdv*b aded," Pust e&J /iiL
that all of her cancer was gone. shared that her daughter itual hospital," Turner said. the Holy Spirit. ," he said. "We T h........an
"I don't know how, but every- once had a lump in her neck There is always an altar call emphasize the freedom of per- t e t h Rev Nol a h w
thing is gone. I can't explain that she was very concerned for the sick at the church. Ac- sonal expression toward God, beo ylf Carla (forme school teacher
it," the doctor said according to about.. Turner prayed over her cording to Turner, when they and the celebration of Jesus As -the ftw p dotvn n s w ) ownan
Pozo. daughter and the lump was pray over the sick, they just do Christ, the Messiah." into q ongud operatee four busineses in
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Opinions gather on Supreme Court decision

MARRIAGE Street Community Baptist Florida. "Our Church teaches against people getting a di- W hen Tw itter and faith m ix
continued from 12B Church, and National Baptist that God's revelation, can be vorce, adultery, exploitation,
Convention would agree. found first in the Bible, sec- injustice and many other is- TWEET eration of Christians since has
for all people." "I am against same-sex mar- only in tradition but thirdly sues, but he did not bother to continued from 12B worked hard to fully exploit the
While Rev. Glen Raley, pas- riage based upon my religious we can find God's revelation share his views on same-sex best technologies available-the
tor of First United Methodist beliefs," Johnson said. dMy rea- through reason.." marriage. In the end, people,, churches, printing press, the telephone,
Church in Marysville, Calif., sons are driven solely from the Frade said he supports the "He knew the teachings of denominations and ministries radio, television, airplanes, knows that many of his fellow biblical principles that guide Supreme' Court's decision on the Hebrew Scriptures of the that fail to make a place for computers, the Internet ... you United Methodists in the Cali- me in.my Christian faith and the issues of same-sex mar- Old Testament, and he did not connection technologies will be name itl fornia-Nevada Annual (regional) this is why I am emphatically riage, and the episcopal church teach killing or persecuting or marginalized (e.g., think about So, would Jesus tweet and Conference will celebrate the standing against 'same-sex has agreed to disagree on the even ostracizing anyone for be- the "old time" Christian radio post on Facebook? Isn't it ohcourt's rulings. But he is not marriage. My directions comes issue., ing gay or lesbian," 'he said. shows that seem stuck in a vious? While there are several
one of them, according to the from the supreme creator not Regional bishops decide "Jesus spoke of love and ac- time warp). purposes, the ultimate purpose
United Methodist Reporter. the supreme court." whether the region will per- ceptance and will abhor many The first step is always to un- of technology is to fulfill the
"I believe it goes against He referenced Leviticus 18:22 form same-sex blessings or of today's churches that insist derstand. Spending time under- Great Commission. Scripture, and it goes against and the story Sodom and Go- not. Frade gave his approval of on their homophobic barking." standing more about Facebook And I have no doubt Jesus the church as a whole," he said. morrah in Genesis, where he same-sex blessings, which is The local clergy leaders dis- and Twitter has become great would make the most of ev"All it does is create loopholes, says God speaks against same- called the Blessing of a Lifelong 'agreed., resources for several ministries. ery connection technology He
No matter what [church 'law in] sex marriage. ,Covenant in a Same Sex Rela- "I think he would say; 'Be not About the only technology could.
the Book of DiscipIne says, we "We need to read the Bible tionship, several years ago. conformed to this world, but be Jesus and His disciples had Come to think of it, some of now have a loophole." in our context and realize that Both Frade and Johnson, ye transformed by the renewing to use were roads. But they the best tweets I've seen merely
we can not apply it literally to shared how they feel Jesus of your mind, that ye may prove did use them. And every gen- quote Jesus! LOCAL CLERGY LEADERS today's context in every case," would have responded to same- what is that good and acceptSHARE VIEWS The Right Reverend Leo Frade, sex marriage. able and perfect will of God,'" o u g a n 9y a slf
Carl Johnson, pastor of 93rd diocesan bishop of southeast Frade'- said Jesus spoke Johnson said.
Im ota c f e dngi dsu se tMcCRAY has had nine children (seven
continued from 12.B are deceased); she has about 17

READING much as three months," she ple are nice and they have good The Miami Dolphins cheer- nothing to worry about be- children and three great-greatcontinued from 12-B said. resources," she said. leaders, Rochelle and Melissa, cause she wolld make grandchildren.
According to Hamilton, the Diane Barker, brought her said they enjoyed volunteering another 'one. Since then, Mc- McCray also enjoys spending and ends July 20, participants program has been around for two grandchildren to the li- at the event. Cray has made hundreds of time with her family and readcan receive several prizes, in- years and is not only about brar, and was excited when Rochelle said her favorite part quilts over the past 40 years. ing her Bible. eluding: autographed Miami reading, but reading and hay- she discovered that the event was giving back to the commu- McCray was born in West She shares 'a home with her
Dolphins footballs, laptops, ing fun. was taking place. nity that she is from. The cheer- Florida. She moved to Miami granddaughter Charlate Mcipads, cameras and several oth- Andrea, 12, a .sixth grader She said her grandchildren, leaders also enjoyed promoting in 1928. After living in the Cray and her four children. er prizes., who participated in the event, Alley and Kayron, are spending reading. Brownsville area, she moved to Charlate describes her grandThe summer reading program said that she has been visiting the summer with her, and she "It's important to be reading, her present home in Opa-locka, mother as joyful, spirit-filled is promoted to decrease the ima- the library all summer, and she plans on taking them to the li- especially over the summer, be- where she has resided for 69 and wonderful. She added that pact of the "summer slide," ac- enjoyed the event. brary often. cause when you get that break, years. She has been an active McCray holds good conversacording to Vinora Hamilton, the She agreed with the event's 'Although her granddaughter it's really hard to get back into member of Church of God by tions and tells people about the Library Outreach Coordinator theme that summer reading is has a love for reading, she plans it for the fall semester," Melissa Faith for several decades. Mc- Lord. of Miami-Dade Public Library important. She was visiting the on rewarding both children for said. "So it's good to keep your 'Cray who started off working "She loves and understands System. library with her mother and reading and comprehension to brain working the entire year. as a maid, later became a fos- everybody," Charlate said.
"If kids don't read over the brother. encourage her grandson to read It's a muscle just like the rest of ter parent. Then, she became a "She's special. She's a phenomsummer,, they fall behind as We love the library, the peo- more, she said. .your body." missionary at her church. She enal person."





THE NATION'S #1 BLACK NEWSPAPER 15B THE MIAMI TIMES, JULY 3-9, 2013




Summer safety -tips -play It sfanhve fun,
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of summer. The kids are run.- indoors as ruch as possible, Remember that alcohol and days. Severe reactions, which -Rest the injured area eggs. Common signs iand
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DCF trains staff in new, system Should obesity be

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More than 5,000 Florida child lined assessment that looks at ever tried to get her child back. as a disease requiring medi- change, started to exercise and
protection staffers began bain- whether the child is safe or un- But. DF said the caregiver cal, treatment and prevention, eat healthy.
ing last Monday under a new safe. They are being trained in never made that call and Ezra. Comments from Facebook: I do not think people who
system that emphasizes safety some parts of the state now, but went back to his mom c who was don't change should have surand consistency and was im- the model won't be implement- '~charged with neglect after. the AN ISSUE OF MONEY gery, to be skinny., You can do
plemented after thendeaths of a ed statewide until October. Dboy's death. The AMA is a trade group of it with hard work and healthy
handful of children who had re- 'Will they stillmake mistakes, According to the February physicians that is interested eating.
cent contact with child protec- yes. It's'still not fullproof," said D CF report, risk was high be- only in one thing: to enhance I also work full time and am
tive officials. Wilkins. "But if you're afraid cause the mother had lost cus-' the f inancial interest of its a single mom of two children. If
Department' of Children that an investigator is not expe- DVD ILIStody of an older child and was members. If obesity is recog- J can do it, so can other Ameniand Families Secretary Da- rienced enough or knowledge- .Department of Children and deemed unfit. But that was nized as a disease, then insur- cans!
vid Wilkns, said the tool is not 'able enough to ask the right FaiisSceoymitigated because the child was ance companies will have to Katrina Jones
just another layer of paperwork questions, then that's exactly with another adult. DCF closed pay for more treatments. The Only ting I'm hearing
bureaucracy. He said he was why you want this template." mother's boyfriend, Claude its investigation saying there Donald Acton DC from people who are overweight
stunned when he took the reins Critics say the tool is a -hybrid Alexis, was charged with first- were no indicators of inade- This change doesn't mean is that it's nottheir fault. No of theagency in 2011 to learn based,on a successful model degree murder and child abuse equate supervision or threatened that it's OK to gain weight. It matter the circumstances you after riding along with child in- used in 16 other states and wor- after. An autopsy said the boy's harm and no action was taken. simply means there will be can control and regulate i exvestigators that basic, obvious ry that it has.not been properly death was a homicide from in- "Every time we have a child more funding for treatment cept in very rare cases. safety questions weren't being tested. But Wilkins said it was juries to his back and body. The die that's the ultimate failure of and prevention. For example, if you can't get asked during home visits. 'tested in two pilot programs. toddler was home alone with the system," said Wilkins, who Logan Vaught around because your knee is
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Underdiagnosis of ADHD begins early for some

Disorder more prominent in boys, 50 percent lower for Hispanic
Disorder more prominent boys, kids and 46 percent lower for
d *p e eh i t children of other race/ethnicidespite ethmcity ties.
By Michelle Healy author of the study published Boys had twice the odds of
in the July issue of the journal girls of being diagnosed, rePrior research has shown Pediatrics and online.. gardless of race or ethnicity;
that Black, Hispanic and other "Other research has already and engaging in fighting, bulminority children are less likely identified a range of different lying and similar problem bethan comparable white children effective treatments for ADHD, haviors increased the odds of
to be diagnosed with attention- including medication, behav- diagnosis..
deficit hyperactivity disorder,. ioral therapy, specialized edu- Among children. diagnosed,
but a new study shows that cational programming and par- prescription medication use
this disparity starts as early ent training," says Morgan, an was lower for children of all raas kindergarten and continues associate professor of educa- cial and ethnic minorities, comthrough middle school. tion at Penn State University. pared with white children. The
Among those diagnosed with "These findings suggest that odds were 47 percent lower for
ADHD the most common children who are racial and Hispanic kids, 65 percent lower
mental health condition among ethnic minorities are not ac- for Black kids and 51 percent
kids and teens children who cessing those treatments be- lower for children of other race/
are ethnic or racial minorities cause they are comparatively ethnicities.
are less likely to use prescrip- under-diagnosed." In May, the Centers for Distion medication for the disor- "There's no reason to think ease Control and Prevention
der, even when researchers ac- that minority children are less ADHD was the most prevalent mental health disorder affecting children, including nearly reported that ADHD was the count for such factors as health likely to have ADHD than white most prevalent mental health
insurance coverage, socio-eco- children, so these are worri- seven percent of kids ages three to 17, or about 4.2 million. disorder affectinIg children, innomic status and academic some findings that suggest a Usinig the nationally repre- By the spring of middle er, American Indian, Alaskan cluding nearly seven percent of
achievement. systemic problem," he says, sentative Early Childhood Lon- school, about seven percent of native and those described as kids ages three to 17, or about
The findings showed that "at in terms of health care pro- gitudinal Study: Kindergarten white children had received an being more than one race) were 4.2 million. every time period that was as- fessionals and school-based Class of 1998-1999, Morgan ADHD diagnosis sometime be- about three percent, 4.4 per- *' The nw paper in Pediatrics sessed," disparities in diagno- professionals not meeting the and colleagues analyzed data tween kindergarten and eighth cent and 3.5 percent, respec- notes that additional research sis and medication use' "were needs of these families when it collected by the federal govern- grade. Comparable rates for tively. is needed to determine the exevident across all of the racial comes to properly evaluating, ment on 17,100 children based Black, Hispanic and other rac- Compared with whites, the tent to which some populations and ethnic groups that we ana- diagnosing and providing effec- on parent reports. Among the es/ethnicities (including Asian, odds of ADHD diagnosis were may be over-diagnosed. for lyzed," says Paul Morgan, lead five treatment. findings: Native Hawaiian, Pacific Island- 69 percent lower forBlack kids, ADHD.



Speeding deaths, pressing issue for teen drivers

Adolescent males shouldn't be the sue exclusively Weve known the report says. "More atten- sunryof nearly 4,000 people State and local police
dfor "A while that speeding is anl tion must be paid to this issue of driving age, found that 63 should enforce spending aws,
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To make roadways safer for nving teen drivers "Parentsshouldbe among their teen drivers. Among the m t cmon gers
teens, the nation has focused If the U.S. is to continue 'Says Peter Kissinger, presi- speeding scenarios for teen Parents should not buy
Ssucit in teen driv- dent and CEO of AAA Founda- drivers: young males driving at' Junior" a car right away.
inchattmn On sc rti- rnk' pro, taking# the lead to
cal issues as distracted driving ing- safety, it must address do more to address tion for ff ic Safety, 'A lot of night with other teen passei- "Whena teen first has a liunder the influ- speeding, ss Susan Fru b vior the traffic safety c unity g csif they are the priiary
ence. son, an established hig ay some more than others, be- The report comes just as owner of a vehicle theare
Bu.rt speeding which is safety consultant who au- ~ liweves that the distracted driv- the deadliest season fr youIng ore likely to speed" than in
arguably evn more critical thored the report. drivers. ing debate has unnecessarily drivers gets undCrwiy: Eight the family sedan, Ferguson
has largely escaped such no- "Speeding is sometinng taken focus away from speed- of the 10 deadliest days of the saysn
twice. Meanwhile, speeding as people aren't particularly cn- with three or iore passen- ing and the contribution that yearfor teen o te roads Also, parents should
SFactor in fatl te he s crne about" Frguson says, gers are spedig-rlated, ng make to the bigger oncur durin June, Jul and choose larger and niewer cars
is ticking up, from 30 percent Speed limiits have been> going cording to th r report. "Unless picture." August, according to the In- and not high -perftmance yein 2000 to 33 percent in s2011, up across the country sinte speding is recognized as a Speeding i so deeply in- surance Institute for Highway hicles.
according to a new report fronm they irepealed the (national) 55 dangerous behavior much the grained in ra k in ally te ens o
tle Governors Highway Scafty mph speed limit in 1995. same a alcohol-impaired driv- it will be difficult to address, The report offers e on- monitored closely .ftend toi Association. "This is the first time, really, ing, it will continue to be dif- Kissinger says. His group's nations for state and local gov- speed less and drive more
In a study funded by inur- that weve foi.used on this is- ficult to address as a society,' Traffic Safety Culture Index, a ernmats and for parents. safely.




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Something's eating these mutants, on the character of Chester V, drug abuse as a men's problem,

hnd r b n the Steve Jobs-meets-Richard physicians, CDC officials said. he said. That means doctors
s Dat c rer b t b Branson inventor Flint has al- But many doctors may not should consider the possibility
By Andrea Mandell Flint must return from his ways looked up to. "The way he recognize these facts about of addiction in female patients,
new job working alongside his and Bill play off each other is women, said John Eadie, di- think of alternative treatments
Who cares about calories? In idol, Chester V, to combat the L just really fun to listen to," says rector of a Brandeis University for non-cancer chronic pain,
Cloudy With a Chance of Meat- massive amount of food-ani- Cameron. program that tracks prescrip- and consult state drug moniballs 2, the tacos have actual mal hybrids, or "foodimals," Also returning are Anna Fars tion-drug monitoling efforts toring programs to find out if a
bite. threatening his home .turf. s as Sam Sparks and James 'across the U.S. patient has a worrisome history
The animated sequel (out Willy- Wonka would be proud "h c Caan as Flint's dad, Tim. Kris- The report calls for "a mind- with painkillers.
Sept. 27), finds inventor Flint of the creatures-Lockwood has ten Schaal (The. Daily Show)
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Jurassic Park, thanks to that mention those temperamental turducken," adds Cameron. continued from 15B when extreme, sounds like a
finicky FLDSMDFR (Flint Lock- giant tacodiles. "She's Chester's No. 2." Dmental disorder.
wood's Diatonic Super Mutat- For directors Kris Pearn and But the foodimals steal the BEYOND ONE'S CONTROL Alvaro Quesada
ing Dynamic Food Replicator). Cody Cameron, coming up with screen this time. "You record all People's metabolism has ev- Obesity is more of a disease
The raining cheeseburgers in food puns was the fun part. In "From that we started com- of the voices for the movie and erything to do with gaining than alcoholism. Genetics play the original 2009 film are now early days, "we spent a Sunday ing up with other food-based you only see stills or drawings weight, or not gaining enough. a major role, as do many other problems of the past. "In the carving up some food with map puns." of the food-imals. You don't see We can't control it. factors, including depression,
new film the food has mutated," tacks for eyes and photograph- Famous humans (at least them in action until a year and Having said that, we often age, gender, activity and illness. says Hader, who reprises his ing them in the sun as kind their voices) invade the sequel, a 'half into the process,' says can control what we eat and the Being average weight or small lead role in the tale, inspired by of a pitch,for the studio," says too. Hader' Saturday Night Live Hader. "They're pretty amaz- amounts. does not necessarily mean that

the popular children's book. Pearn. pal Will Forte, who voiced Joe ing." Some people 'keep eatg af- you are healthy.

Junk food getting switched out for healthier lunches

By Nanci Hellmich snri snstands at sporting events and of developing type 2 diabetes,
.mv o other after-school activities, high blood pressure, high choGood-bye doughnuts, candy .. They also don't affect the foods lesterol and other health probbars, high-fat chips, full-cal- kids bring in their lunches or lems. The 29010 Healthy Hunorie soft drinks and chocolate what's served at birthday par- ger-Free Kids Act directed the
sandwich cookies. Those kinds ties, holidays and other celebra- U.S. Department of Agriculture
of foods and beverages will no tions at school. to update nutrition standards
longer be allowed to be sold in ".hUpdated nutrition guidelines for all food served in schools.
school a la carte lines, vending for school lunch went into effect Under the new nutrition stanmachines and snack bars dur- this past school yeair. dards, all competitive foods
ing the school day, beginning in "Nothing is more important must:
the 2014-20.15 school year. than the health and well-being *Have no more than 200 caHello granola bars, peanuts, of our children," U.S. Depart- ries for snacks and side dishes;
fruit cups, light popcorn, low- ment of Agriculture Secretary and no more than 350 calories
fat chips and no-calorie flavored Tom Vilsack said in a state- for entrees that are not part of
water. Those types of foods will ment. *the school-meal program.
be offered. "It's great to be one step clos- Meet requirements for fat,
The government is announc- er to getting junk food out of saturated fat and sugar. They
ing Thursday its."Smart Snacks 4 schools," says Margo Wootan, can contain no trans fat. Some
in Schools" nutrition standards .. ;"directoi- of nutrition policy for exceptions on the fat limits will
for "competitive 'foods," the the Center for Science in the be allowed for foods such as rename given to foods that are not Public Interest. duced-fat cheese and nuts.
part of the regular school meals. ~ The nutritional quality of food Be either a fruit, a vegetable,
The standards set limits for cal- .. .served at schools has been a a dairy product, a protein food,
ories, fat, sugar and sodium. '~ ~ c"hot-button issue for years be- a whole-grain-rich grain prodThese interim final rules do f,, ,cause a third of U.S. kids are uct or a combination foodthat
not apply to foods sold at after- "" overweight 'or obese. Extra contains at least V4 cup of fruit
schol fndrm~asers, concession New nutrition standards are rolling out of schools. pounds put kids at a higher risk or vegetable.










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Officials open website and helpline In one web chat, an "agent"
repeated standard phrasing
to assist with buying from the website but was unto assist with ng able to point to listings of inBy William E. Gibson cal to some 3.7 million Florid- surance plans, saying: "Unians without health insurance, fortunately, I cannot assist in WASHINGTON Starting most of whom will be required navigating through the site. I last week, Florida consumers to obtain coverage when the apologize." can now "chat" with govern- Affordable Care Act takes full A telephone inquiry produced ment agents over the Inter- effect on Jan. 1. a series of automated cquesnet, make inquiries 24 hours But initial efforts last Monday tions, eventually leading to an a day by telephone or tap into to query the website Health- individual helper who read ex6 -an updated federal website to Care.gov and the telephone cerpts from the site but could
prepare for a massive health- helpline, 1-800-318-2596 not identify plans in Florida. insurance enrollment this fall. provided only generic informa- Federal officials nevertheFederal officials rolled out tion about requirements, ben- less touted the live web chats, a consumer outreach cam- efits and enrollment. They did phone line and refurbished paign last Monday, promising not produce customized infor- website as an important source information on how to enroll mation for individuals or spell of preliminary information. in plans in Florida and other out insurance plans available More information will become Earvin "Magic" Johnson, CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises, visits the LA Power 106 studio states. The information is criti- in the state. Please turn to HEALTH 18B
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Ino. teamed up with The Reed Rachael Ross made media apFor Hope Foundation [RFHF]; peararices in New York City
their new ambassador, award- last week in support of the
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actress Keri Hilson; and medi- of an integrated marketing The information is critical to some 3.7 million Floridians without health insurance.
cal doctor and sexologist Dr. program that includes events,
Rachael Ross, to encourage in- as well as national and local.
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ontNational HIV Testing-Day, and digital advertising.Da n es st anms
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National HIV Testing Day is [RFHF], and so many dedian annual observance created state and local new weight-loss benefits
to encourage Americans to get zations to raise awareness of
tested for the HIV virus. This the. importance of HIV testing, Io information last fall. diabetes), but this is the first
year marked the first obser- and help reduce the fear and bctalso had "Weight loss is still impor- large, long-term trial examvance of National HIV Testing KERI HILSON stigma often associated with tant, but the reasons why it is ining a diverse set of health
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sugar control, improved qual- and strokes. Wing and other about 200 pounds. ity of life and fewer hospitaliza- investigators presented their Half of the participants were H IVD S overseas fundg tions, and they take less medi- findings Monday at the Ameri- assigned to an intensive diet
cation, thus reducing medical can Diabetes Association's an- and exercise program. They costs nual scientific meeting in Chi- attended individual and group
No discrimination But the weight loss doesn't cago. meetings where they were
Ill lower their risk of having a "Other short-term studies taught strategies for weight
ofprosttutionheart attack or stroke. The have shown the benefits, of loss by cutting calories and
ofprstittionstudy's authors reported that weight loss (for people with increasing physical activity.
and trafficking
By Richard Wolf M military Sharpens new tools
WASHINGTON The federal
government cannot require ;

that groupsusing its money for battle with brain injuries
to combat HIV/AIDS overseas
also oppose prostitution and Ai'senal includes whether they've suffered a according to Army Col. Dallas
sex trafficking, a divided Su- concussion. Hack, who coordinates milipreme Court ruled recently. ma0leThese are among advances tary trauma research.
Despite complaints from the Justices Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia from scientists responding to The new funding is in adObama administration and and phone apps a wave of traumatic brain in- dition to $700 million spent
some justices that the govern- from using private funds in a worthy goals: preventing the jury among troops who fought since 2007 on research into
ment has a right to pick and way that would undermine the spread and improving treat- By Gregg Zoroya in Iraq and Afghanistan. traumatic brain injury, acchoose Who receives federal federal program," Chief Justice meant of HIV/AIDS in Third In addition, the Pentagon is cording to Army Secretary
funds, the court ruled such John Roberts said. "It requires World nations, and standing Blood tests revealing hidden poised to launch about $100 John McHugh. a pledge amounts to a loyalty them to pledge allegiance to the firm against sex trafficking of brain injuries. Drugs that million worth of research Hack was among more than oath that violates the First government's policy of eradi- women and girls. stem the damage. Differences this year exploring long-term 50 leading experts in the field
Amendment. casting prostitution." Justices Antonin Scalia and in men and women who suf- effects of brain injuries and of neural science gathered at
"The policy requirement goes The HIV/AIDS funding case Clarence Thomas sided with fer head blows. Even a new seeking better understand- a Pentagon symposium earlier
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Naomi Allen Adams,, 96, dies in Mobile, AL Remembering God's
Naomi Allen Adams was born she was fortunate to make many tion to the young and young-at M an of Integrity
April 19, 1917 in Miami. She was lifelong friends that enjoyed the heart. Though the mother of two,
the first of three siblings born to noted "'Tuskegee experience." A- -she became the surrogate mother July 2nd marks four years
James and Sceiva Allen, both ter her graduation she continued of many more. This grandmother since Bishop Isaiah Simeon
of whom were Bapamian im- to be an avid supporter of her of five and great-grandmother of Williams, Jr. was received home
migrants, born in Tarpum Bay, alma mater. three let her "little light shine"
Eleuthera. Naomi and her family It was at Tuskegee where she every day. in reflection, his wife, Pasattended Trinity Wesleyan Meth- met the man who would later' Naomi Allen Adams leaves to tor Gloria Williams, says the
odist Church where she partici- become. her husband. Naomi cherish her memories and cele- emotional transition is still the
pated in the many activities for married Nelson L. Adams,' Jr. brate her life and legacy: her very
youth. She attended the public on. August 6, 1941, and to this dedicated and caring children, toughest challenge for her. "We
schools of the then-segregated union was born Sceiva Bonita Sceiva Adams Holland [Major], were a team and I am adamant
school system and graduated in and Nelson Leon. The couple Tuskegee and Nelson Leon Ad- about seeing the vision that the
1935 from the historic Booker T. lived in Mobile, Alabama for a ams, III, M.D. [Effie], Miami; Lord placed in Bishop Isaiah's
Washington High School. She at- short time prior to relocating to grandchildren: Mark L., Michael heart continue." She went on to
tended Tuskegee Institute [Uni- Miami. Equipped with a degree L., Sr. [Florence] and John N. say, "our hearts are comforted
versity] in Tuskegee, Alabama. in education and a few years of NAOMI ALLEN ADAMS Holland, Victoria R. and Nelson in our faith through scripture AL
While at Tuskegee, she was experience under her belt, Ad- L. Adams IV; great-grandchil- svich as 2 Corinthians 5:7.
privileged to study under the ams began her teaching career Flower Club Ministry and chair- dren, Michael Jr., Miles and Ma- Bishop Isaiah invested a lot wise counsel of Dr. George Wash- in Miami at George Washington woman of Feminine Emphasis jor Holland. of his life into the community.
ifgton Carver. Recently, Naomi Carver High School, remaining Day. In addition, she served as Services and interment for Ad- He found favor with all kinds of was featured, along with several for more than 20 years. a Girl Scouts troop leader, a vol- ams were held in Tuskegee, Ala- people regardless of nationality, BISHOP ISAIAH S,
other personalities, in the Tuske- Adams and her husband, the unteer with the American Red bama on June 22nd. A scholar- race or denomination. gee University documentary, "A late Nelson L. Adams, Jr., an ed- Cross and served on the boards ship fund has been established In honor of his life and work life and celebrate the legacy of Genius Remembered: George ucator and principal of Dunbar of directors of the Dade County in her memory at Tuskegee Uni- the Isaiah S. Williams Jr. Devel- Bishop Isaiah S. Williams Jr. Washington Carver." At 'Skegee,' Elementary School for nearly 25 Teachers Credit Union and the varsity. opment, better known as The Join us November 4-8th at
as it is sometimes referred to by years, made significant contribu- Dade County Retired Teachers We shall be eternally grateful JPM Centre at Miami Gardens Jesus People Ministries Church alumnae, she worked in the reg- tons to the Miami community in Association. to our many friends, who have Drive, will complete the con- Intl as we celebrate'God's man
istrar's office as an administra- many ways. Their commitment to In 2001, Adams moved to been so kind and thoughtful struction of residence facilities of integrity during "Founder's 'tive assistant. Times were dif- the St. John Missionary Baptist Tuskegee to live her daughter during our hour of grief and sor- for youth for at risk teenagers Week". Visit us online at www. ferent then and she remained at Church in historic Overtown is and son-in-law [Sceiva and Major row. Your prayers have lightened and elderly citizens in 2013. jesuspeoplemiami.org for more Tuskegee without visits back to legendary and their helping hand Holland], continuing her Chris- our burden. Your kind acts have We will always remember his information. Miami until she completed her to so many through word and tian walk with the Greenwood us strength and inspirastudies and graduated in the deed is to be commended. Adams MissiOnary Baptist Church fam- tion. May God continue to bless class of 1940 with a degree in served as a supporting member ily where she became an integral and keep you is our prayer. The Pastor's home economics. At Tuskegee, of the Willing Workers Ministry, source of strength and inspira- Adams and Holland families. Installation


Military scientists seek brain injury solutions Service
The New Hope Primitive BapBRAIN plored and not well understood," a non-profit organization devoted than answers. tist Church, 1301 NW 1st Place,
continued from 17B Defense, Secretary Chuck Hagel to funding new brain-injury re- Results from two recent studies Miami, FL will install pastor
told the group. search, cited major knowledge one with 215 patients, another elect Elder Willie J. Webb, Sr.,
this month to discuss the state of "A huge issue is the disconnect gaps.such as predicting long-term with more than 1,200 -confirm- 12 noon, Saturday, July 13) at science on brain injury a wound in the general public that we effects of even a mild brain injury. ing that a blood test for locating New Jerusalem P.B. Church, suffered by nearly 275,000 troops know a hell of a lot more about "There's- a whole lot that we one or more proteins released 777 NW 85 Street, Miami, FL since 2000. Many expressed con- this than we really do," said re- don't know that we need to know," into the blood stream after a 33150. 'cern about the pace of progress. tired Gen. Peter Chiarelli, a for- he told scientists. bram in jury was strong evidence Elder Kenneth A. Duke, "You are in a universe that is mer Army vice chief of staff. Chi- In many cases, findings for diagnosing these invisible pastor presiding. Please come still rather significantly unex- arelli, chief executive of One Mind, have raised more questions wounds. and celebrate with us. For
additional information, please
call 305-607-1542. 'ELDER WILLIE J. WEBB, SR.
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HEALTH Act, or Obamacare, individuals tion about how to establish an establish their own, state-run Court_ infavorofH IV grp
continued from 17B and families not covered by an account, request updates and exchange. Florida legislators HIV/AIDS tral government," Scalia said,
employer, Medicaid or-Medicare prepare for enrollment begin- also rejected $52 billion over continued from 17B arguing that the Roberts rulavailable closer to October, when may be eligible for tax credits to ning Oct. 1 for coverage that 10 years to expand Medicaid ing "pussyfoots around the
consumers can compare plans help them purchase health in- starts in January. Everyone eligibility for about one million the government in the 6-2 deci- lack of coercion" in the antiand prices and enroll online. surance through an. online "ex- is required to have health in- individual and families earn- sion; Justice Elena Kagan did prostitution policy. "We've actually had hundreds change." Individuals'making up surance next year or face a ing up to 138 percent of pov- not participate in the case, The U.S. has invested upof callers and chatters already to $46,000, and a family of four tax penalty. erty. presumably because she was ward of $60 billion during
today," said Julie Bataille, di- making up to $94,200, can ap- In Florida, the federal website The feds promise lots of involved when she. was the the past decade through the
rector' of communications for ply for federal help, which de- will turn into a marketplace helpers, including hundreds of government's solicitor gen- Leadership Against HIV/ the Centers for Medicare & chines as income rises. "exchange" in October because "navigators" who will be hired eral. AIDS, Tuberculosis and MaMedicaid Services. On the federal website, con- state officials turned away a next month to show people "The First Amendment does laria Act, and the money has
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Hadley Davis MILK Hadley Davis Richardson Carey Royal Ram'n In Memoriam In Memoriam
MARQUIS O'HAIR, 21, student, Miami Gardens VANESS WHITE, 36, laborer DARRYL T. MCKENZIE, 57,
died Junie 23. ANNIE MCSWAIN, 79, died June 24 at environmentalInlvgmeoyfnlvigeoro,
,Service 11 a.m., super sorhome. Services services, died Inlvn eor'f nlvigmmr f
died June 21 were held.
Saturday at MT.Jn2 a t
Olive Baptist at Memorial Sinai Medical
Cuc.West Hospi 'tal. Center. Service
Arrangements 1 ~ .
are incomplete Saturday at
Temple baptist
Church.

JOHN LEE MARSHALL, SHAKEVIA N. CAMPBELL, 23, -PAULETTE PRENTICE, 56,
57, labrer, ~MARY GARDNER, 80, died June colg tdndied June 23 at Jackson Health.
die Jun 26me died June 28th. Systems. Service 11 a.m., Saturday
at JcsnService 11 a.m., Service 11 in chapel.
HospitaISaturday at a.m., Saturday4
Seric 1p~.,New Mt. Calvary atFihPEARLINE moss, 88,
Saturday at Evangelistic hmmkr id a oe .
Mt Calvary Baptist Church. Praise and Arneet r nopee
M iss ion ary Worship Center. Arageet ar6nomlt.6YI4, _a
Baptist Church. KATIE THEOLA MITCHELL MARGIE FULLER
Manker 09/15/1927 7- 07/03/2012 02/14/11951 -07/04/2011
MARY LEE BORNES, cook, MRS. CAROLYN M. WILLIE RUTH SPIKE, 69, Aya a oeadgn, Toyashspse n
87, died June CRAIG CARTER, 48, died BURROUGHS, housekeeper, Aya a oeadgn, Toyashspse n
2 at'KnrdFebruar 1 74, retired hotel died June but your love lingers on. we miss you very much.
25 a t KIe S rvie wer supervisor, died 21 at home. We miss you dearly. The Fuller family.
Service 12 p.m., hl.July 1 at Vitas Service 11 a.m., From your family.
Saturday in the Not hr.Saturday at
Chapel. Service 1 p.m., New Vision of ~.Card of Thanks Happy Birthday
Saturday at Christ Ministry.

Missionay The family of the late, In loving memory of,
Baptist Church.
CHRISTOPHER HATCHER, 57,AWLADZ,5,slsrp died June 30ALVIN BARTHELL, 67, truck MR.GNV .DLFRdied June 27 at home. Service
Seviesweedriver, died June 86, homemaker, died June 27 at 12:30 p.m., Friday at McWhite
held. 28 at Jackson : home. Memorial service July 19th Mmra hpl
North Hospital. at 6511 NW 1 st Place
Arrangements. Grace
are icompete.OCTAVIS A. SIMMONS, 35,
labre diedcunep2eateU GIFFORD COLEMAN, 56, retired
Hospital. Service 10 a.m., Friday in i e utean an t
the chapel. Juolnel died
SHEKITA BLACK, 36, housewife, Wright ~ JunYugerie 26.
died June 26,WrgtadYug Svie 1
at Jckso CYTHIAPHILPS,67, ied BISHOP MURRAY N. WILLIAMS, a.m., Saturday
at Jcksn CNTHA PILIS, 7, iedat Miami
North Hospital. June 11. Services were held. 76, retired Nrhetr
Service 2 p.m., garbage truck Senior 'High
Saturday in the JACQUELENE HUNTLEY, 38, driver, died June CHRISTOPHER A. BROWN
chapel. died June 16. Services were held. 26 at Jackson RANDOLPH SCOTT 07/03/1969 11/04/2012
Me mo r ial.
TRAMEKA LOVE WILSON, 37, Viewing 4-8 'Paradise would like to send our sincere Your legacy lives on.
died June 20. Services were held. p.m., Today MRH LE CO H,8, thanks to all expressions of Love always, your mother,
ELAINE SMITH, 53, died June,-j01de u 2 at St. Mar' dl
19 evcswrbl.Range Baptst Chrc in MiamiFL. Care. Service 1 p.m., Saturday season of sorrow. Words can- sisters-in-law.
Service 2Chmaurday att M arkFL at Macedonia Missionary Baptist not exp ress our gratitude for JEAN CLAUDE RI S,7, SHIRLEY 'ANN WILKERSON Sevc ~. audya t akChurch of Coconut Grove. your visits, prayers, cards,
deJue2.S rvieerShld A D A M S MB Church in South Carolina. etc.InM m ra
did un 2. eric wrehed. 1, daycare TONYA D HOLTS, 32, died June Special thanks to WrightInM m ra
ELDER FRANK EDWARD 27a ats optl evc 0 adYoung Funeral Home for
Roya S u r v i v o r s CONEY, SR., 74 a.m., Friday in the chapel. their dedicated service. In loving memory of,
oai n cIu de: Pastor of Sunrise
LYNCH DORIS THOMAS, long- husband, Larry DeIi v e ra n ce ROSSIE LOUISE BENTLEY,
time resident Adams, Sr.; Temple in Ft.85didJn28aSotMamIn e oia
of Opa-Locka, sons: Andre Hospdae,85ital Servie 11 am. SturdiayiI em ra
Florida, died Adams, Sr. died on JulyHoptlSevc11amaury
June 29 in (Dora) and Larry Adams, Jr. 1 at Memorial atMtOlvBaisChr. In loving memory of,
Miami, Florida. (Yolanda); daughters: Sabrina P e m b r o k e.
SurvivorsAdams and Elisha Adams; four S u r v i v o r s Eric L. Wilson
include: her grandchildren. Andre, Jr. ,Charity, include: wife, Mildred; sons, Frank
d a u g h t e r, Ja'Nia and Sanai; sister, Francine. Jr. (Trellany) n tvn(oca; DNL A IL 7 id
Anea Lyc aylor and, a host of nieces, daughter, Frankeita; sisters, Lexie June 27 at Jackson North Hospital.
Mcahe;so, aidLychSr;nephews, cousins, godchildren, Morris and Mary Parker. Viewing Service 1 p.m., Saturday at Greater other relatives and friends. Viewing 10 a.m. 2,p.m., Friday at 59th Fellowship M.B. Church, Miami. siserEthl ngaha; iser-n-aw 6-8 p.m., Friday at New Birth Street Pentecostal, 2295 NW
Marie eny; ransos, errck Baptist Church Cathedral of Faith. 59 Street and 4 p.m. 8 p.m., at LINDA 'JOSEPH, 95, retired I
Vicers(Ceila),Davd ync, J.,Service 11 a.m., Saturday at the Sunrise Deliverance Temple, 950 medical assistant, died June 26 at
Brale Leis Dnie Lnch J.,church. NW 29 Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Jackson North Hospital. Service 11
Denzel Lynch; granddaughters, 33311. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at a.m., Saturday in the chapel. q LOHMI, SR.
Tasha Lynch, Danielle Lynch, CATHERINE FEW, 77, Greater Faith Deliverance Temple 09/24/1948 06/30/2012
Danielle Lynch, Quaneisha Lynch; ho mema k er Church of God, 2301 NW 22 St., In e oia
15 great-grandchildren and four died June Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Burial at Dade A year has past. We love
great-great grandchildren. 22. Survivors '~.Memorial Park.j anmisyu
Service 10 a.m., Saturday at include her Inlvn eoyoFrom. your family; mom,
Love Fellowship Ministries COGOP, sons, Chris, ERIC LANE, 32, newspaper CHARLES E. THOMAS, SR. Pat; children, grandchildren,
DrvArthur, Ronald, delivery man, 10/29/1951 07/01/2012 brothers and sisters.
224 Wet Bnch Pak onnell, Randy ~ I died June29
MimiGadns Ford 305. Few, and Service 11 a.m., I can't believe a year has
Robert Gorey; Saturday at passed, but out love for you Death Notice




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THE NATION'S #1 BLACK NEWSPAPER C THE MIAMI TIMES, JULY 3-9, 2013
Florida Memorial U; The wed- god-parents and Olive Kourtney Reid served as juRodney Baltimore, ding between Jackson, sister of the nior hostess. The couple honeyexecutive producer Jennifer An- bride. The bridal 'party mooned in Nassau,
and co-host of the drea Robin- followed which included: Professional basketball took
ByD.RcadSrcl Tom Joyner Morning son and Gar- Joan Robinson, matron over the lives of Miamians durShow on Hot 105.1/ field Anthony of honor; Beverly Beth- ing the championship games
Congratulations go out to Jackson, FAMU; WEDR; Rev. Darryl Gordan, took el, maid of honor; Mar- between The Miami Heat and
Retha S. Boone-Fye, director, Kiara Moyer, FAMU, Chevon K. Baxter, founder place, last Sat- cia McIntosh, Zaneika San Antonio Spurs. All of the
Black Affairs advisory board, C. Williams, UF; and Jahni- of Family Founda- urday, June McNeil, Nasheba Reid; excitement generated by the
Dade County Commissioners, sha Williams, BCU. Commu- tion, Inc.; Apostle TOWNSLEY 22, at Grace MUSTAFA bridesmaids; ,Dement final 2 games will have many
Priscillia D. Blake, chairper- nity Pillars for 2013 are Penel- Willie T. Harris III, United Commu- Scott, Ceejay Burkin conversations continuing at:
son, Edgar Wright, vice chair, ope Townsley, a career public humanitarian; and Dr. Vincent nity Church, Miami Gardens and Obrian Anderson, grooms- Jackson's Soul Food, Restauand the150 Pillars honored servant with over 30-years of Omachonu, associate profes- with Rev. Dennis Archibald, of- men; Samhara Moran and rant. Pinder's Barber Shop, the from 1998-2013. Furthermore, employment with Miami-Dade sor of industrial engineering at ficiating and music by the Grace Lauryn Morant, flower girls; numerous parks and commukudos go out to The. Young Pil- County; Jacques Laroche, the U of M. Boone-Fye encouraged United music department. Sheklon Nicholas Morant, nity centers around the county lars scholarship recipients for founder and president of Unique recipients to continue making Entering down the aisle first ring bearer.'Lunetta Johnson, and certainly under the "tree of 2013: Ashley Budhu, FMU; Design, Inc.; Melton Shakir contributions that improve our then seated were: Marvis Wal- Hilary White and Kinmesha knowledge." Congratulations to
Jamesha Hall, FAMU; Amani Mustafa, Director of Music, South Florida communities, lace and Beatrice Hayes, Ellison were hostesses while our Miami Heat team.
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....'The Book of Negroes: Controversial


novel turned into a BET miniseries
By Chris Witherspoon
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BET Networks is turning the
controversial novel The Book :
of Negroes into a miniseries.
The 2007 novel, written by
Canadian author Lawrence
Hill, is being adapted for TV .
1 by Conquering Lion Pictures
f and Out of African Entertainment, according The Hollywood Reporter.
Band's "Now, Then & Forever" to be released Sept. 10. The story centers on Aminata Diallo, an African woman
who. is taken by slave trad-ers
ers from West Africa to South
Earth, Wind and Fire band hetrogte
Carolina.
It follows her through thle
American Revolution in New Canadian author Lawrence Hill
reunite for their new album York, the isolated refuge of
Nova Scotia and the jungles of but due to historical sensitiv- historical document "The By Associated Press and others to help produce its co-written by Academy Award Sierra Leone, before she ulti- ity the title was changed to Book ofNegroes" which was
latest sound, nominee and Grammy winner mately secures her freedom in Somebody Know My Name created by British naval ofEarth, Wind and Fire ini- "I said, 'Let's go back to the Siedah Garrett. Fans who pre- England in the early 100s. when published in the U.S. ficers in 1783, near the end of
tially wanted to release its new drawing board,'" he recalled. order the album will have their "We are excitedto partner Somebody Know My Name the American revolutionary album around the 2012 presi- "It's a. great representation of names put in the album pack- with Conquering Lion Pic- was included amongst war.
dental election, but the band who Earth, Wind and Fire is aging. ltures, Out of Africa Entertain- Oprah's top summer reads for It was a list of 3,000 Black
realized it wasn't satisfied With ment and Entertainment One 2010 in 0 Magazine. slaves who were considered
the Songs it created. the classic sound." Famers are currently on a tour. on this historic project and In 2011 Hill's book sparked British loyalists and hoped
"We have a lot more bells and "It doesn't sound like we're Bailey said he enjoys having to bring the acclaimed Book heated debate abroad. A to escape from New York to whistles in place now and the trying to be anyone other than his son, Philip Bailey Jr., on of Negroes to life for the BET Dutch group torched the cover Canada, and thus to freedom. record is better," singer Philip Earth, Wind and Fire," added the road and as a writer and 'audience," said Loretha Jones, of The Book of Negroes as a The British insisted that only Bailey said in a recent inter:- bassist Verdine White. producer on the new album. president of original program- protest against the novel's those who were listed in "The
view. The band which includes "It's a great experience to the title. The group, known as Book of Negroes" could travel,
"Now, Then & Forever;" the founder Maurice White and say the least. I spend so much Production on The I Book of the Foundation to Honor and and created a ledger to name, group's first album in eight Ralph Johnson --has worked time away from my family and Negroes will start in South Restore Victims of Slavery in and seemingly describe, each
years, will be released Sept. 10. on the album for 'two years. kids (that this is) bonding like Africa in the fall. Surinam, vowed to burn cop- person. Bailey said the band called co- Its new single, "My Promise," never before," he said. "He has The novel was initially pub- ies of the book in an Amster- Canadian film maker Clemfounding member Larry Dunn was released Monday and was the same passion." listed in the Canadian and dam park unless its name ent Virgo is said to be on.......... w.............................................................. ............... I................................................................................................................................................... .................................... ............................................. U .K m ar k ets w ith its o rig in a l w a s ch an g e d b o ar d to d irect T h e B o o k of ,
"Red" a tribute to Bridges' courage title, The Book of Negroes, Hill's novel is based on the Negroes.


RED "I wanted to pay tribute to have been addressed and reccontinued from IC Ruby but simply trying to retell onciled in history. Her source
ed fher story felt incomplete," she materials for the project inher story, and for me, she be- said. "I needed to understand dude personal observations came a symbol of real and what it means to be American, and experiences, scholarly
"deep inspiration. Ultimately, to reconcile my own feelings research and personal interRed grew out of gratitude* for of internalized racism, and to views. Ruby's courage and sacrifice, evaluate, in a loose, intuitive ."It's not Ruby's biography, O N E O F THE FUN N IEST M O VIES EVER!
as well as for the diverse corn- way, the processof integration, ;but a gift to her and to'all the I MOVIE GUIDE
munity that supported her." and desegregation." ''children and adults from all While Bridges is the main Halls uses movement, mu- sides of the issue during that
inspiration of the piece, Red sic, video and spoken'~Word to etime" Hall added.... also serves as a platform for assemble a series of episodes Performances continue on Hail's personalization of the forming a story that explores Fridays. and Saturdays at 8 themes and issues of Ruby's both institutional and inter- p.m. at 9816 NE 2nd Ave. Call story. nalized racism and how these 305-751-9550 for information. SMART, SILLY AND ACTION-PACKED.
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Mandela book harkens his struggle'

MANDELA a father but he never stopped Author Kadir Nelson gives
continued from 1C fighting. He organized rallies kids just the right amount of
and protests and never stopped information here; he's honest
MANDELA NEVER STOPPED fighting. A warrant for his ar-. in telling what happened, with- T
FIGHTING rest was put out, but Nelson out being scary. I '-, I 7 OE NAI\\;: ,[//
At school, his teacher refused never stopped fighting ... un- Curious kids will appreci- T M U -S

to say his Xhosa name, so she til he was caught, arrested and ate that this book is made kid- u A&
called him "Nelson." As Nelson impf-isoned. He was sent to a friendlier with a two-page sec-..... grew, he attended the finest small island where he sat in a tion at the end that could~help 'a .
schools in Johannesburg. He tiny room every day, eating cold answer lots of questions. But I became a lawyer so he could meals and working hard labor. Nelson's words are only half i o
help his poorand powerless Af- He was there so long that when the appeal. He is also the illus- .':i: {/--rican countrymen. But some- he got out, his children had all trator here, and his paintings I, >.:i~i "::" thing else bothered Nelson just .grown uP. More importantly, from the "magnificent cover ...... l :' ii:i~{!}
as much as poverty. The South South Africa had ended apart- to every page inside are ad- I ........: ,.::i:::
African government had a pol- heid. After almost 28 years, dictive., '.:'i, icy that split its citizens ,into Nelson Mandela was set free. It's the artwork that makes three groups and it wasn't fair. He was elected as South Africa this a book you'll want toThey called it apartheid .and 's new leader. And the people browse, whether your children :
Africans hated it. So Nelson celebrated.aprt-are around or not. Kids will ,::i{
organized rallies and spoke You always want to' give your love this story and just in case .i
to the people. He was jailed child a good sense of history, your little one needs a time out x
for speaking up, but he never whether it's in the past or in for reading, "Nelson Mandela" ::::i !
stopped fighting against aat the making. "Nelson Mandela" is a book for which you should .i.....]

heid. He married and became is a good book for both. make room. i:!il

Film illustrates power of skin color....


DARK GIRLS skinned slaves were routinely extensions and wear wigs so: 7
continued from 1C assigned to the house instead that they look more Caucaof the field. After slavery, there sian," he said. "A lot of the bias and hatred were skin color tests too: the "But you have white women IN THEATERS AND raLy)3D
is based in global colonialism brown paper bag and the 'snow going to tanning salons and
- nations being overpowered and blow' test in Harlem [your getting botox injections so that UIVES,
by other nations," he said. skin had to be white as snow they have hips and lips that ............... s'
"The privilege that came and your hair had to blow in are more ethnic. Yes, it's a race with being lighter skinned the wind]., issue but it's also a self-esteem CHECK LOCAL liT~ SFOR. TH AT AND SaAIT~~
was passed on from one gen- These were painful and ab- issue. We have Black and white LSIG ~u uui
eration to another. Blacks that surd ways to affirm or negate women who think God made a K W >'~ *
had babies with the master a person but they happened mistake and that they have to *' \
found that their children were often." make adjustments so that they ~I'~~ ~
not treated as harshly. Lighter "Today, Black women want look a certain W~xay." ,.~'*.~~





4C THE MIAMI TIMES, JULY 3-9, 2013 THE 'NATION'S #1 BLACK NEWSPAPER











FL attorney speaker to



over 400 at graduation .

l Enoteworthy progress in leadW'illie E. Gary gives speech atigth nvrst oth rn
University of Fort Lauderdale of becoming fully accredited.
Unierit ther Unierstytorhearlke
"Let me take the opportunity
Miami Times staff report to say how proud I am of these
graduates," said Gary. "These
Trial attorney Willie E. Gary students have worked hard,
recently visited the campus of and have no doubt received
the University of Fort Lauder-, an unparalleled breadth of
dale in Lauderhill to serve as/ knowledge,",said Gary.
the keynote speaker for the "At the same time, I think it
2013 Commencement Exer- is necessary that we applaud
cises. Gary addressed parents, the remarkable work of Dr.
relatives, faculty, administra- Henry Fernandez as presition and most importantly, dent. Dr. Fernandez had a vithe graduates on the topic of sion train andprepare peopleI
preparing to be future leaders to become leaders. With this
and ambassadors of humanity in mind, he founded Univerand goodwill. sity of Fort Lauderdale and
Gary spoke at the Univer- has since worked tirelessly to
sity of Fort Lauderdale to an equip students with the tools -Photo credit: Leslie Elus
attentive audience of over and resources necessary to ALPHA: Bro. Chris Stevenson (left), Courtney Handy, Brandon Green and Bro Paul Joseph.
400, where 25 of the best and become successful," continued
brightest graduates received. Gary.
various college degrees. Gary The University of Fort Laupraised the graduates for WILLIE E. GARY derdale was founded in 1995' "
achieving academic excel- address, Gary also recognized as a non-denominational Miami Times staff report The scholarship recipients, tion, Courtney plans to attend
lence and challenged them to the numerous achievements Christian institution of higher Courtney Handy and Brandon law school and aspires to sit
continue to set goals, dream attained by the University of learning. The commitment The Iota Pi Lambda Chapter Green, were selected on the as a Judge. Brandon Green is
big and support their alma Fort Lauderdale under the was to establish an institution of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, basis of scholarship, com- enrolled at Florida Mechanimater. Gary also encouraged leadership of'the University's of higher education in'South Inc. awarded two book schol- munity service and fraternal cal and Agricultural University the graduates to strive for the. founder and president, Bishop Florida to access the world, arships to students residing recommendations. Courtney as a biomedical engineering 'very best, to lead by example, Henry Fernandez. Gary com- advance Christian education in the South Miami-Dade will be attending the Uni- major. His goals are to become
to become role models andto mended Dr, Fernandez for and promote leadership in I community. The graduat- versity of Central Florida's a researcher and hopes to dekeep God first. his unwavering commitment both secular and non-secular ing seniors attended Miami honors program as a legal velop new treatments under a
During his commencement to the University and for his areas. Palmetto Senior High School. studies major. Upon gradua- pharmaceutical company..



Students awarded aF'APRI 's scholarship. reception

Miami flme soff report conputs because of their
academic, excellence.
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(APRI)s celebated its Nor- Com issioner Jeas Mtnesman Hll~ Scholarship Dirner time; Spervisoir of Elections
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Annalyssia Baca, Tiara De- the presentations. hsouds of Uniir band and Ca- students to continue learn- improvement and educa- event and the work that Mclfughter, Aofm ri Ragin and The events festivermood poneDJs. ing," said event organizer and tion is fungda siental to the Gill and her organization are
ha stude a tsaB c. w c lively We acre excited to be able chapter president, Lovett mission of the Miami-Dade doing needs to be duplicated
r cents ce junkoo performance and to support education and McGill. Chapter." h throughout our community,"
financial support and laptop sustained by the soulful provide opportunities for our "Our commitment to social "This was an awesome Monestime added.



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By Heather Carney reached late last Tuesday night 'financially stable. If every walk away from the meing
between the teachers and the family contributes $1,000 per feeling confident in the schools'
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by-one each of the five city It mandates that the city than $5mil Ilion. -It's definitely a solution but
commissioners pledged last cannot privatize the schools "We need a 'Save our I don't know how we got to this
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Kanye West's 'Yeezus could


debut with 500K album sales <

Album lacks a single .. .." ".............
SRevel in West's dark, twistedfantasy

or a video yet banks
Nobody ca.n say Kanye West ates on a. much higher plane
on buzz didn't warn us. His new albm, than most people. "Ijus talked
Yeezus, .is asdark and abrasive to~ Jesus/lt said, 'What up,.
By Edna Gundersen irst songs New Slas a
Black Skinhead promised.~ Its shli/i~nttac~k thesc:
Kanye West's Yeezus, is expected also as daring and infectiousias millions.
to sell 500,000 copies its first i ghead e, i
week. inds to be heard htpeak- odeCib thini
"That's what industry forecast- 2hrsh t. dilkl i...' 1
ers suggest," says Keith Caulfield, >Stak rl contiC beats, SolomonNorthup (Chiwetel Ejiof or, second from right) was a free Black
Billboard's associate director of on ,BtheLeswhich man from New York who was kidnapped and sold into slavery.
charts/retail. "It's difficult to a i An unihuepstory of
'degree to predict an album's sales Holl ,iarngtrng
until it actually goes on sale, but !iii
the closer you are to the release An unique story of
.. .. .. .. .. lmostdare vou to lei. l~ the end, Wut takes .
date, the better you can tell. It's ae o
like a weather forecast." in gin human bondage told
Last Friday's leak of Yeezus, no j
and~n gutrlSrasjs xe eaue hri isnada huina n bond g told
--surprise considering that most a gei
rap albums leak, was factored into N '!.
projections, he says. .O h ukpd~ ~'hn '7
On he Dy.The Anne Frank story of painful, brutal experiThe half-million mark would put A n Fran story
-er tin esuWest
gbit:1 L............ ence, and found a-kind of
the rapper's sixth studio album in ance, and found a:dkndyo
the same ballpark as his previous r ouss e c is America of that time' redemption on the other
previs .' g re e .. side of it."
releases. Throne, i n onsterisout to listeningto be'fll eci By Brian Truitt that ingrained itself in my Northup struck up an
Watch theThrone, 2011's col- e iar-" brain, and the humanity "extraordinary friendlaboration with Jay-Z, openedlsen Hollywood is giving a of everyone involved." ship" with his first owner,
with 436,000, according to Nielsen .t $db. history lesson on an un- One of the things that Baptist preacher William
SoundScan. t rult-s. sung abolitionist hero. stood out when McQueen Ford (Benedict CumberWest's two most recent solo OniAn od t' 'artat Wodostht.,sds ay
West's two m lo Aunches: Twelve Years a Slave, set read the book was how batch), Ejiofor says. But
alam manye simla hisces cee .t pr- Ws? ab lesa ei
albus ey neduiu arln setk u for release in the fall, is much of a gentleman most of his 12 years was

Fantasy with 496,000, and. 2008's director Steve McQueen's Northup was, even under spent under the watch of
808s & Heartbreak with 450,000. opened with 436,000, according of drops out of the, sky with some adaptation of the 1853 extreme circumstances. cruel planter Edwin Epps Both were released during to Nielsen SoundScan. West's two mystery and excitement that can (Michael Fassbender).
Thanksgiving week. most recent solo albums enjoyed drive interest." todwi c Eaw a
"That's what industry forecast- similar launches: 2010's My In the year's album race, Yeezus very oppresers suggest," says. Keith Caulfield, Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy sales of 500,000 copies Would se lmst with
Billboard's associte director of with 496,000, and 2008's 808s& place West ahead of Daft Punk's gate, almost 'l
charts/retail. "It's difficult to a Heartbreak with 450,000. Both Random Access Memories; which p
degree to predict an album's sales were released during Thanksgiving sold 339,000 copies its first week. s a very dramatic reinuntil it actually goes on sale, but week. The tally would fall far short of tionship and interesting
the closer you are' to the release "They had a big holiday and Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 dynamic they have as
date, the better you can tell. It's Christmas to drive sales, and you Experience, which opened at No. Solomon is attempting to
like a weather forecast." don't have that now," Caulfield, 1 in March with 968,000 copies, survive it."
.... .Best-actress Oscar
The Friday's leak of Yeezus, no says, adding wryly, "Plus, he's leaving West in second plac& Bmeaes Oscar.
surprise considering that most missing the Father's Day window." That may not satisfy the rapper's nomin stsaSolomon's
rap albums leak, was factored into What may boost Yeezus is its outsized ego. In a New York Times projections, he says. air of secrecy and unconventional interview published last week, he daughter, and the cast
The half-million mark would put marketing dubbed himself the Michael Jor- includes her Beasts of the
the rapper's sixth studio album In the weeks leading up to its re- dan of music and the Steve. Jobs of Southern Wild co-star
in the same ballpark as his previ- lease, "there's no single, no video, "downtown, fashion, culture." Last Dwight Henry, The Wire's
ous releases. Watch the Throne, no% formal promotional rollout," Wednesday, he posted a clip on his Michael K. Williams,
Paul Giamatti and Alfre
2011's collaboration with Jay-Z, Caulfield says. "The album kind website declaring, "I am a god." Wodau G haati also
. C" ~ Woodard. The film also
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features newcomer Lupita
....Gabrielie".... Union:y .*Ja' Nyong'o -- "a star is born,"

Yale drama grad, Nyong'o
Actress speaks on 7 Planter Edwin Epps (Michael Fassbender) and plays Patsey, a slave
slave Patsey (newcomer.Lupita Nyong'o). whom Solomon befriends
new role and losing -. on the plantation.
rs.autobiography of Solo- That's whY he tapped Brad Pitt has a small
out on Scandal' mon Northup, an African English actor Chiwetel role as a Canadian carAmerican who was born a Ejiofor (Kinky Boots) to penter who is integral
By Jonathan Landrum Jr. free man but was tricked bring the figure to life. to Solomon's eventual
and sold into slavery. He "lie's like a Sidney- freedom, but he played
'ATLANTA Even though Gabri- wound uip working for 12 Poitier or even Harry Be- a much larger part.. as
elle Union lost the lead role of ABC years on Louisiana plan- lafonte," McQueen says. a producer behind the
series ",Scandal" to Kerry Washing- nations. "There's a certain kind of scenes.
ton, she says the experience gave TheBritish filmmaker class and dignity about "Without'Brad, this film
her hope that strong and likable is well-versed in American him. He brings that with wouldn't have been made.
female characters can be created history, but he found Nor- him wherever he goes." Fact," McQueen says.
for Black ac- .thup's story completely The movie is a historical "Just his presence could
tresses. obscure. "It Was the Anne tale but also very much lift everyone's mood.
"I said to Frank story of America of a straightforward and It's like having a great
myself, 'Oh MY God, these "It's the situation and the audience, Ejiofor says. doesn't have to play a big
roles are out detail of Solomon's recol- "He goes through an ex- role, but his presence can
there,'" Union to juggle work. election of those events traordinary ordeal, a very lift everyone's game."
reca lled in a en t from h er ty p ica l "go od g irl w h o A m erica ." S h e record ed a ll of th e ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
recent in- a. meets the bad guy from the other episodes, watching them before
terview. "It side of the tracks" character. filming the movie.
showed me that "If you loved me for one thing. "Her series took up a lot of space
you don't have and may not have liked me in on my DVR," Union said. "I love
to settle. Luckily, the success of something else, this role gives the how (O'Brien) delivers information. soe l g t n O s aG rt
her and the show bred morework. audience a chance to see that I There's a~ news anchors cadence s n e l g to L~ a r n
Just from the audition process, I can do more than one thing," said that's different from an actor's caknew thatL I couldn't go backward." Union, 40, who starred in movies dence. If you do it wrong, you can f
Now, Union is ready .to move for- such as "Deliver Us From Eva" and come off cold or disconnected to Director Cooegler humanizes that if you die. They think,
ward and make her mark. She will "Daddy's Little Girls." the subject. I've been able to grow the 'Oltisddedeere
star in the dramatic movie "Be- Union called her role as a news with the character in that man-... overookel it. He was on the streets
ing Mary Jane," which premieres anchor "sort of a secret dream ner."thgigHeadbnar this week on BET. The movie will come true." She said she has Union hopes 'she can follow suit By Courtney Garcia daughreter, He juestngt hsoea
-become a series, expected to air in always been fascinated with the of Washington's success. January. news, reading three newspapers a "I didn't get 'Scandal,' but I got In the upcoming film girl pregnant.'"
Union plays a successful TV day when she was. growing up. something better which .is my Fruitvale Station, filmnews anchor who attempts to jug- In preparation for "Being Mary own show," Union said. "It's all maker Ryan Coogler as- RECOUNTING GRANT'S
gle work, her on-and-off relation- Jane," Union studied journalist about building a legacy. This new pires to spark conversa- FINAL DAY WITH TRUTH
ships and the needs of her family. .Soledad O'Brien, host of CNN's opportunity is something I feel tion 'about racism, police Grant, a Black man livShe said the role would be differ- documentary series "Black in that can grow." violence and human ne- ing in Oakland, was shot
glect by retelling the true .,, y a white police officer at
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Dakar Fashion Week stages show |

Organizers aim CHRIS BROWN CHARGED WITH HIT-AND-RUN
Chris Brown, 24, allegedly was driving a car that rearto democratizeI
to LeIIIJULLLLIZended another car in Los Andeles in May. The Los Angeles city attorney filed charges of hit-and-run driving and driving
highwithouta license, according to spokesman Frank Mateljan.
While the misdemeanor charges which carry a maxiBy Robbie Corey-Boulet mum of a year in jail would not ordinarily threaten a
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defendant's; freedom, Brown's felony probation could be
DAKAR, Senegal Law stu- revoked if a judge decides the new arrest is a violation. A
dent Aminata Kande stepped spokesman for the Los Angeles County district attorney said
out in a $25 blue wax print prosecutors will review the charge once they are officially
dress to watch lanky models notified by the city attorney.
storm a makeshift runway An arraignment for the new charges has beenset for the morning of July15 at
wearing pieces that cost ten .the Van Nuys courthouse. Brown is also scheduled to be in a downtown Los Angeles
times that amount. : 0~~o~ ~a
time tha amont.courtroom that afternoon for another hearing to set a date for his trial in his probaDakar Fashion Week, an tion violation case.
11.year-old institution birthed FLO RIDA BABY MAMA DRAMA, ORDERED TO PAY CHILD SUPPORT
The Florida Department of Revenue filed legal documents
requiring the 33-year-old rapper to fork over child support
..in a highly. contested paternity suit filed two years ago by
Gloria Holloway.
,According to TMZ, Flo (born Tramar Dillard) took a paternity test in 2011 but used a pseudonym to protect his identity. The results were negative, disproving Holloway's theory
that the "Wild Ones" rapper fathered her child.
However, new legal documents, TMZ reports, prove that
African designer shows at fashion week. FloRidais thefather, even withoutacourt-ordered paternity
test to prove otherwise. Because no one is contesting the Department of Revenue's
order, paternity legally falls on Flo.
power cuts to seasonal flood- a gown for 1,000 euros, then reserved for the more famous ing in this nation that con- who cares? You don't have models, especially actress Di- liAM SUS A R' BRAND
sistently ranks in the bottom to be rich to like Dior," she arra Thiam, who was greeted wilI.i.am is taking legal action against Pharell for his use
tier on global development said while prepping the stag- to rapturous chants of her of the "I am" phrase. In court documents obtained by Rolling
reports. ing area behind the runway, nickname, Lissa." The pre Stone, the rapper/producer claims he ownsthe copyright
The show was part which was assembled on a senter later brought her out to the two words, and states that Pharrell's logo for his
of a-six-day event sandy clearing normally used to blow kisses to the crowd creative brand "i am OTHER" looks "confusingly similar" to
featuring 18 de- as a marketplace. which nearly toppled the con illii
signers, seven But a show in the suburbs is trol barrier on one side of the it illia
from Sen- not exactly like a show down- T-shaped runway. creative venture and way of life," he writes on his site,,with
egal and town. Senegalese designer For designer Tapha Fall, the brandssuch as BillionaireBoys'Club &ICECREAM and Brookothers Ramsen, who specializes in show was a kind of homecomM
from as dark, loose dresses adorned ing. As a boy growing up in position document, he claims that "the registration of the mark is likely to dilute
t, far away as with foot-long feathers and Guediawaye, he developed a the 1 AM mark and the WILL.I.AM mark."
Germany and other unusual accents, said love for clothes while helping will.i.an has not yetcommented on the legal matter.
Brazil. Shows she left some of her pricier out his father, a tailor.
were scheduled to, pieces at home both to ac- He said the, decision to, stage FTJESNECDT ORMNH NPIO
be held in three dif- commodate the crowd and, a show in the suburb would The former. chart-topping rap star known as "Fat Joe"
ferent locations through- to protect her more delicate expose residents to global sentenced to four months in prison last
out Dakar. creations. trends they might not other- his earlier admission that he failed to file federal income
:;i/ Ndiaye said she hoped stag- "This is the suburbs, so wise encounter. txsfrtoyas

ing a show in a working-class people don't have the same "The people here already The platinum-selling artist, name is Joseph
suburb would make high financial means," she said. Cartagena, apologized to his family and supporters during
fashion as accessible to stu- "Also, as you can see, there is ban, a mix of American and his sentencing Monday in federal court in Newark, N.J.
dents like Kande as it is for the a lot of sand out here." French," he said. "But now 2
wealthy. The runway scene was also they will see what's going on in N.J., pleaded guilty in December to failing to pay taxes on
"It is very important to show far rowdier than shows in the the rest of the world." more than $1 million of income in 2007 and in 2008.
that beautiful things are not capital, Dakar. Thousands of But Yannick Minko, an as- U.S. Magistrate Cathy Waldor said she tok into account for sentencing the g&in the posh hotels of this West only for rich people," said, Senegalese, who don't neces- sistant to Lebanese designer ement's allegation that artagena failed to pay taxes on some $3 million inincome
African culture hub, took its Ndiaye, who shows under the sarily work in fashion, were Enzo Itzaky, said designers for the years 2007 through 2010. Federal prosecutors said the total taxloss to the
act to Guediawaye, one of the name Adama Paris. She said vocal about their opinions, could look to Guediawaye for government for'those four years was $718,038
most downtrodden neighbor- that the clothes she displayed They cheered lustily at a leggy inspiration. The case was prosecuted in New Jersey because some of the companies he earns
hoods of this seafacing capital. in Guediawaye were of theo money from; including his Somerville, N.J.-based Terror a Production I., and
While organizer Adama Ndiaye same quality and cost as by German designer Kathrin he said. "You look at designers Miramar Music Touring Inc., are incorporated inthe state. Healso earned income
affectionately described the those that were to be featured Huschka, and dozens of men in America, they are getting from FJTS Corp., during the time in question.
area as "the 'hood," the north- later in the weekend at a jostled for better views from their inspiration from the Defense Attorney JeffreyLichtmansaid outside federal cort that Cartagena had
ern suburb has repeatedly luxury seaside hotel.. parked minivans on a road Bronx, from Brooklyn. So why liquidated his retirement account to start paying themney back.
been the scene of violent riots "I want this neighborhood to overlooking the runway. can't it be the same here in In addition to the prison term, Cartagena was sentenced to one year of superover problems rangingfrom see what we have, and if it's The loudest reactions 'were Senegal?" vised release andfined $15,000. He must report to prison by Aug. 26.

SMOCA will facilitate their rake, Kendrick Lamar
Summer Studio July 29th-Aug. Chapter Tennessee State D r k ,K nic Lar
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Summer Photojournalism 1973 will be celebrating their a The L.E.M. Program Drake was a big win- Other winners
Institute July 8th-26th, from Miami Children 40th class reunion at the Miami is open for summer camp ner at the BET Awards included: Best
1-5 p.m., at 770 N.E. 125th St. Initiative's Christmas in Biscayne Bay Marriott, August registration for kids ages and this past Sunday night, female R&B/pop
Call 305-893-6211. July event will take place 2-4. Contact Vickie at 305- up, at M.B. Church, at 2125 NW taking home three tro- artist Rihanna, best
July 18th, at 11 a.m. at 6064248. 155th St. Contact Latoa a phies, including video male R&B/pop artist
a Island Faith invites you the Joseph Caleb Center, in 305-454-0265.ofteyaanviwMgulbsteme
of the year and view- .Miguel best female
to their Free Poetry Workshop the Community Room. For a Liberty Square "Old ers' choice for "Started hip-hop artist Nicki
July 13th, at 10 a.m., at, 'sponsoring contact Katt at Project" Reunion will be held a S.E.E.K.,. Inc. will .feed FrmteBto. e'Minaj, best actress.
From the Bottom." HeMiabsacrs
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Ave. Call 786-273-5115. Lakes Park. Contact Phillip at Overtown every first Saturday, 12 nominations, best actor Jamie
0 Booker T. Washington 305-696-1819. -. at 2pm, at 14-15 St. and 1stFxxadbsmoi
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M Jackson South Class of 1965, Inc.'will meet Ave. Call 678-462-9794. H lowsfaue
Community Hospital will July 20th, at 4:30 p.m., at the a We Sale Florida Homes on the winning song Think Like-a Man.
have their Back to School African Heritage Cultural Arts will have their First Time Miami Northwestern for best collaboration, Chris Tucker hostHealth Fair July 13th, at9 arm. Center. Contact Lebbie at 305- Aomebuyer Workshop Aug. A$AP Rocky's "F---in' ed the ceremony,
'at 9333 SW 152nd Street."Cal 2308.3sa103am.30NW cneto.Cl76-9 4726:.. Problems," also featur- which aired live
786-845-0550. 19thS. al 0-49377 ing 2 Chainz and Ken- ,on BET. Miami
The Norw....d-. Booker: T. Washington drick Lamar. Heading Heat basketball
* i The Culinary Cromart am"ily is:,.. U ag Pr s fein re ls o 97 et every into the awards show, ilstar Dwyane Wade
,Management. Company:'' notifyin al fmly member sldenekatecsethrStuayotemonth,' at Drake led all nominees was honored with
is' offering a Food Mana ger: for'thei ru i. Uly 26-28 Mo.adWda '7pma h fia eritage with 12 nominations., the Humanitarian
Protection Examination course in Vaidot Gergia. :Conata 2 N 2dS.ContatClua rsCne,,161 NWi Lamar also won three l.AMAR Award presented by
starting July 15th, at 9 a~m!. S. Browin 6 896-0059 latnt30-5791 22nd Ave. Cal 30-3-7128. awards during the show, held State Farm, while former Gap
at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Band frontman Wilson was
the tory of O car rant in downtown Los Angeles. His presented with the Cadillac
Independent film explores th tr o sa G a thulalso included best male Lifetime Achievement Award.

FRUiT VALE ..............................never received justice, and he BET aw ards: G s e artists
continued from 5C hoped through Fruitvale Sta-G s e
audiences would find re-..1no.. .''mnted none performed
killing along with events lead- pc o i alnkn
ing ptoithtdy t al a- Spencer says she hopes the By EEW Magazine editors Lecrae, Tamela Mann, Mary
ludes to Grant's past struggles film elicits empathy from those Mary, and Marvin Sapp.
dealing drugs, serving time in -'. who many have disregarded The BET Awards highlight Even though Christian music
prison, attempting to reform his Grant's story in the past, and the best-selling and most wide- fans are quite happy to hear
life, and working on relation- Coogler affirms her sentiment, ly known Black mainstream that some of their favorite
ships with his girlfriend, moth- : "For me to do justice for Oscar entertainers, rising stars, and gospel performers are receiver, and four-year-old daughter. ~ i is to work to do things that can iconic figures-the latter, who ing recognition, most won't b~e
"My goal was focusing on i'~ potentially move us forward as reached the apex of their ca- bothering to tune in for the
what made him human, i a society," Coogler says. "So reers years ago, while earning show. After all, there are no
Coogler explains. ,i that these things don't happen 'the undying respect of their performances from Christian
For Jordan, who's being de- 4 so frequently. So that the next peers. Although gospel is only acts and only a single category
scribed as "the next Denzel In an interview with theGrio, Grant's uncle, Cephus John- person's life is saved." a blip at these annual events, dedicated to them, some are
Washington," portraying Grant The filmmaker, who still it is worth noting who, on the left asking, why no love for
meant embodying a man's pro- sonl, noted that his nephew never received justice holds his counselor's job at a Lord's side, is nominated to gospel on BET's mainstream
pensity for change, and how for a man that was trying to do He was a family man. He cared juvenile detention center in San receive honors. stages? When the Celebration
fallacies of the system hinder the right thing, He was trying ,about the people who were close Francisco, says kids like Grant At the 2013 BET Awards, of Gospel takes place annually,
his progress. to be a better brother, a better to him." find themselves incarcerated hosted by Chris Tucker, set producers make sure to cram
"I had to represent a guy that son, a better dad, a better lover, In an interview with theGrio, because they aren't "protected. to air Sunday, June 30, 2013, R&B acts On the show-even didn't have many options," Jor- a better person. He was really Grant's uncle, Cephus John- Fruitvale Station opens na- there are five nominees for Best mixing in secular songs to be
dan recognizes. "[Grant] stood trying to do all those things. son, noted that his nephew tionwide in July. Gospel Artist: Deitrick Haddon, sung by gospel acts.












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Crescendo's closes itsdoors after two-year struggle
Becomes the'second Blac owned But then, as one former pa- from time to time.
tron said to- this writer, "when But as Johnson noted, "While
restaurant to fail in last 60 days you have a restaurant that spe- jazz and blues clubs are popucializes in soul .food but never lar in places like New York City
By D. Kevin McNeir "'restaurant in Mi- has fried chicken available, you and Chicago, it's a much hardkmcneir@miamitimesonline.com ami's swanky mid- know there's a problem." er sell here in Miami."
town area since the And while she noted last fall
Just last fall, the family- spring to go under CRESCENDO'S WAS that business was slow and
owned restaurant called Cre- the first was the UNABLE TO SECURE A that she was quite concerned
scendo's Jazz & Blues Lounge South Street Restau- STRONG CUSTOMER BASE she refused to give up.
[2201 Biscayne Blvd.] was busy rant [4000 NE 2nd In an article published by The "This is still fun and excitcelebrating its two-year anni- Ave.] which had Miami Times last October, Cre- ing and if we can get out the
versary, revamping its menu previously opened JOHNSON scendo's owner Gwen Johnson word to more folks, we'll be able
to include a New Orleans-style with great fanfare said that it had always been to keep the music playing for
Sunday brunch and extend-, in Spring 2012 and was owned her dream to open a restaurant years to come."
ing its weekend hours. But by Amir Ben-Zion and Amaris that cateredtoa"matureadult We were unable to reach
now, without 'ay notice, 'L h&e 'Jones. --crowd." To that end, the club Johnson, but with the phone
business, owned by John and South Street announced its regularly featured live music, disconnected, and the, lights
.Gwen Johnson. and managed closing on its Facebook page promoted jam sessions for local dimmed, it looks like Miami
by their daughter, Jasmine which was surprising to some musicians and even allowed its is once again without a BlackJohnson, has closed its doors. given the number of celebrities patrons to sing songs of their owned restaurant that offers a.
It's the second Black-owned that frequented it. Crescendo's Jazz & Blues Lounge. choice with the house band soul food cuisine.
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.Some big U.S. cities at risk Mortgage rates: Nowhere to go but up?

of anotherhousing bubble : By Julie Schmit fears of another housing
9____ MORTGAGE RATES STILL Low. bubble.
Miami on the list with 13 percent This week's sharp'increase U.S. average 3O-year, fixed mortgage In April, home prices were"
increase in mortgage rates the big- up 12.1 percent from a year
By Tim Reid have been dramatic. It looks gest one-week leap in 26 years -Mortgage rates are at 2-year highs, but still low restive to ago and more than 20 percent,
',:. like the beginning of the last. won't likely be repeated, but record high and yearly averages the past 30 years. in San Francisco, Phoenix,
Dramatic home price gains bubble." a long era of historically low Las Vegas and Atlanta, Stan.,.': ...": "i dard & Poor's Case-Shiller
.in some of America's largest There is a risk that prices rates may be over.
-cities point to a potentially could rise for another year Mortgage giant Freddie Mac 20 data show.
new housing bubble in those in these areas and then fall said last Thursday that the Higher interest rates will
areas, according to Robert back, hurting newer buyers as average 30-year fixed rate, have a "small impact" on sales
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Shiller, who helped create a they try and compete in mar- mortgage rose to 4.46 percent, ._-_volum w a ry
closely watched gauge of U.S. kets where low inventory and the highest in almost two CameronFday
housing prices. all-cash Wall Street investors : years, and up from under four with Discover Home Loans.
Shiller said big price gains"' were pushing prices upwards. percent the week before. Gains of 20 percent' year-overin LasVegas, Los Angeles,, The latest Standard & In the short run, this week's 19 .. ya "art-........... '"-rg;.... ........... year "are not sustainable or
San Francisco, Miami and Poor's Case-Shiller index half a percentage point in- healthy," he adds.
Phoenix, fueled in part by a' report showed that prices of crease could push some home '. hig aet top the
large influx of outside investor single-famnilyhornes in 20 U.S. "shoppers out of the market hous.igemrewt coy thow
money; are a possible signi of, metropolitan areas jumped while spurring others to act S '.~ ever, says Freddie Mac econotrouble ahead. 12.1 percent in April, mark- before rates go higher, says i" mist Frank Nothaft.
"There is ,a risk of bubbles ing the biggest annual gain in John Burns, CEO of John It has "enough momentum
in these cities," Shiller, a seven years. The gains were "Burns Real Estate Consulting. O O.2'120 0220 9118 198 OC to continue," but sales volume
co-founder of the S&P/Case- led by price increases of 24 Longer term, higher rates = ': i12- ,'5 ER Ni.,"' ./'81 and home price appreciaShiller. Home Price Index, 'percent in San Francisco, 22.3 "and more homes for sale could ". LOW, HIGH w toulve cud"ls then sas
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Public now offering full-service Celebrities ranked in Forbes list

FORBES 11); Channing Tatum
continued from 7D (No. 23); Jennifer Lawcatering in South Florida region No8Rgereerretne (No. 4); Em
.... rence (No. 49); Emma
,No. 8: Roger Federer, !i !~i:Stone (No. 84); Mila
$71 million Kunis (No. 89), Amy
of people at the events, No. 9: Justin Bieber, Poehler (No. 92), Fifty
Threepri gthe meals, and additional $58 million Shades of Grey author
levels are now features requested by cus- No. 10: Ellen DeGe- E.L. (Erika) James
tomers, Reynolds said. The neres, $56 million (No. 42); model Miranavailable service is also being offered As you can see, mu- da Kerr (No. 100) and
in thb Jacksonville area. sca doitthTV host Sean Hannity By Miriam Valverde Mark Dhooge,.-presi- top 0 2ina013,and..
............................................... top 10 in 20 13, an d( o.7 )
dentand chief executive of six of the 10 are wom- Dropping off the list
Having a party? Pub- Kids In Distress, said the en Country superstar are some surprising
lix wants an invite. The Wilton Manors nonprofit Toby Keith (No. 43) is f
Lakeland-based supermar- recently, hired the supermar- featured on the Forbes ; Pitt, Cameron Diaz,
ket chain is now offering ket to cater itsboard retreat, cover with the head- ..Johnny Depp, Alex
He w, lie "CwboyCapial- ELLEN DEGENERES Rodriguez, Julia Robfull-service catering across He waf impressed. line Cowboy CapitalSouth Florida, bringing "The food was just really ist." to the 2013 list include erts, Reese Witherchef-prepared meals, drinks, awesomem" Dhooge said. Notable newcomers Hugh Jackman (No. spoon and Elton John.
decorations, flowers and P"What was neat about it was
other party items. If desired, Publix will have chef-prepared meal, drinks, decora- that you wouldn't expect the chefs will show up and other party items Publix to have such a pro- M iam i caught in housing bubble
cookon-site. grocery store they've come classes at two of its South fessional preparation. It was caught
"I think within the grocery to trust." Florida stores, in Plantation like going to a high-end culiarena we are at the fore- Publix Aprons Event Plan- and Boca Raton. Publix also nary place." HOUSING deep recession. Average U.S. mortfront. I'm not familiar with ning Cateringlaunched in has event planning staff at Kids In Distress, which continued from 7D Shitler said it is still gage rates increased to
local competitors who offer South Florida in December its stores to help shoppers works to prevent child too early to predict their highest levels in
this service," said Kimberly as an extension of other cu- coordinate coming celebra- abuse, occasionally hires ca- percent in Phoenix, 19 how healthy the hous- two years this week, to Reynolds, a Publix spokes- linary services offered by the tions, she said. tering companies for events, percent in Los Angeles ing recovery is, and he 4.46 percent, accordwoman. "We are providing a grocer, Reynolds said. Pub- Catering pricing varies Dhooge said, and Publix's and 13 percent in Mi- was unsure if prices ing to Freddie Mac, service to customers from'a lix already offered cooking depending on the number Please turn to PUBLIX IOD am. overall would continue the nfamber two home
The price gains were to rise after another lending company, a pothe latest sign.that the year. tential break on house'
U.S. housing market, But a property crash price increases.
a cornerstone of the was ;unlikely in the But Shiller said
1 American economy, near. term, he said, there were clear signs
may be in: a sustain. because lending rules of buying behavior in
Crusegia t xpa dsto ewable recovery after the, have tightened and some major cities that
catastrophic property government oversight pointed to a housing
crash that triggered of the mortgage indus- market that was alk the 2008 financial try has been strength- ready overheating, decrisis and subsequent ened. spite the .2008 crash.


GM promotes woman as leader
-ivcL 1,of. Carnival Dra
Theline the wl o e e eedue of ad BOLER-DAVIS. critical to GM's per- comes just 16 months
continued from 7D forrhance in North after she earned the
Dream, currently based i New O n the Ester n 0 0 ps ot (f PAmerica because they U.S. vice president of
P, will ad C. a y guard against compla- are among the com- customer experience
iv to the Big E and Por cency, pany's most profit- role. She was previApril2014,takngthepl i i e il"This award gives us able vehicles, and they ously manager of GM's
~k~'k~'~. a glimpse of what it's are coming to market~ Orion Township aslike to be on top," he when a rebounding sembly plant.
s e n g e r a r n i v a l S u n s h i n -. i t t ~ r C a r i W~ d ol i t t lee u nc0 4 e u t i i 1 u r p h i e o n T u -l k o f o t a b ," h e d e n c e s h ou d i n b o s e m p r t "n
The C' said. housing market and Boler-Davis called
But Akerson seemed rising consumer con- quality improvement
a litte uncomfortable, fidence should bol- "a team sport" and
as a band of GM en- ster an already strong said it's vital that GM
The minimum wage created out ofmy, ece ity gineers played music, pickup market. boost its rate of bugemployees cheered Akerson said early tomer retention.
......................................................................... ................... ... him on and Detroit indications suggest the Every one percent
WAGE (currently $7.25). the people recorded, not the qualifications but not oppor- Tigers pitcher Max start of manufacturing improvement equals

continued from 7D Someone who earns the actuality of those paid under tunities. Scherzer made'a sur- for the Silverado and about 25,000 vehicles
minimum 'wage of $7:25 an the table. This represents These folks work in ser- praise appearance to Sierra is "probably our and $700 million in workers are paid. informally, hour who works 40 hours a less. than 5 percentL of the vice and hospitality indus- congratulate the work- best launch ever." annual revenue for or "under the table," and they week, 52 weeks a year, earns workforce, but this is why tries, serving our food, park- ers. That could help ex- GM:
An early test of plain the promotion_"oggn r h
make less than the minimum about $15,000 a year. If they we should pay attention to ing our cars, taking care of wage. are an hourly worker with- them. Blacks, Latinos, and our mamas, and cleaning whether GM's quality of Boler-Davis, who days when we could
Those who receive tips out benefits who takes any women are most likely to be our rooms when we stay in momentum is sustain- has impressed GM's launch a new vehicle as little as $30 a month time off, the $15,000 earn- represented in this 3.6 mil- hotels. I don't care if they able is the-manufac- leadership team with with problems and in tips earn just $2.13. an ings drops off. While many lion. They are more likely are 4.7 percent of the labor tuning launch of rede- her emphasis on high- plan to fix them later," hour. That's certainly some- minimum wage workers are to be young (though those force, less or more. The bot- signed 2014 Chevrolet quality vehicles and Boler-Davis said. We thing to think about when part-time workers, some 18-25 are adult and may tom line is that it is overtime i
I erred 'pickups, cation with customers. the line to be as ,good
providing your server be- cobble together several part be raising families), less to raise the minimum wage. e pickups a tion tcomers the l asgo
tween 15 and 20 percent at time jobs to make enough educated and single. They Julianne Malveaux is a the end. Some restaurants money to live. are the least and the left Washington, D.C.-based ------- ........may offer more than the About two million people out. They are young women economist and writer. She
minimum. $2.13 an hour, earn the minimum wage, raising families, students is President Emerita of Ben- CITY'OF MIAMI. FLORIDA
but many do not pay, as and another 1.6 million ac-' trying to scrap together liv- nett College for Women in
much as minimum wage tually earn less. These are ing expenses, or those with Greensboro, N.C. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

n ANY PERSON WHO RECEIVES COMPENSATION, REMUNERATION OR
Mortgage rates: The, biggest leap i 2 years EXPENSES FOR CONDUCTING LOBBYING ACTIVITIES IS REQUIRED TO
................................................................................. REGISTER AS A LOBBYIST W ITH THE CITY CLERK PRIOR TO ENGAGING
RATES could start trimming and Washington, D.C., Pending home sales jumped in to get ahead IN LOBBYING ACTIVITIES BEFORE CITY STAFF, BOARDS AND COMMITcontinued from 7D its stimulus policies north to Boston, as rose in May to the of higher rates, the TEES OR THE CITY COMMISSION. A COPY OF THE APPLICABLE ORDIlater this year if the well as in Seattle and highest level since late National Association NANCE IS AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK (MIAMI CITY Nothaft expects rates economy continues Miami, Freddie Mac 2006, a potential sign of Realtors said last HALL), LOCATED AT 3500 PAN AMERICAN DRIVE, MIAMI, FLORIDA, 33133. to bounce between 4 to improve. Mortgage says. that some fence-sitters Thursday.
3/8 percent and 4 5/8 rates track the 10-year AT THE SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
percent through the Treasury rate, which MIAMI, FLORIDA, TO BE HELD ON JULY 11, 2013, AT 9:00 A.M., IN ITS
end of the .year. "The is at a two-year high. CHAMBERS AT CITY HALL, 3500 PAN AMERICAN DRIVE, ThE MIAMI CITY
historic trough is his- Paul Diggle of Capi- MICHELLE SPENCE- CLARENCE W. WOODS COMMISSION WILL CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING ITEM RELATED TO THE
tory," he says. tal Economics expects 'JONES III REGULAR AGENDA:
The impact of the 30-year rates of 4 Board Chair Executive Director A RESOLUTION OF THE MIAMI CITY COMMISSION, WITH ATincrease is already be- percent at year end, _________TACHMENTS, ACCEPTING THE PLAT ENTITLED "VANEGAS ing observed in some five percent next year SUBDIVISION", A SUBDIVISION IN THE CITY OF~ MIAMI, SUBplaces., and 5 in 2015.
New customer vol- Average '.monthly SOUTHEAST OVERTOWN/PARK WEST JECT TO ALL OF THE CONDITIONS OF THE PLAT AND STREET
ame as own11 ate hav ben b- CMMUITY EDEELOMEN AGNCYCOMMITTEE AND THE PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN CITY
umren wast d eownourae 'haerben bineCM UIYRDVLPETA NY CODE SECTION 55-8, AND ACCEPTING THE DEDICATIONS
percnt astwee- lw for prcet snceSHOWN ON SAID PLAT, LOCATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF ofen frvo s thvrge late 201,Frdde.a REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS sw 2 AVENUE, AND ON THE'WEST SIDE OF SW 17 ROAD; AUofee vous three dat show. curetBLCK4 THORIZING AND DIRECTING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY
weekndsat eal es- Buteve atcurrnt LOC 46CLERK TO EXECUTE SAID PLAT; AND PROVIDING FOR THE
tate brokerage Redfin, levels, they're still low, '218 NW 8th Street RECORDATION OF SAID PLAT IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
which tracks .19 major having averaged -8.6 RFP # 13-004 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Kmat, Raydfin pe. rentdie 1971,ys 'Copies of the proposed Resolution are available for review at the Public Works
Keanh, Re shCo. Fredi Macdays. hue The Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency '
Meanhil,, sop- At oda's huseDepartment, Survey and Land Records Section of the Construction Division, pers further along in prices and income ("CRA") is seeking proposals for Block 46 Plat Book "B" page 41, 218 NW 8th lctda 4 W2dAeu,4hFor uigrglrwrighus hn
th rcs uhdt lvlmrgg ae street, Miami, Florida 33136. The CRA is declaring its intent to dispose of its loc305-t4161232. dAeu,4hFor uigreua okn us hn
the press ushed o levls, motgagerates interest in the referenced property and is seeking proposals from private devel- 35-112. c_-lose deals., would have to be near-ora erositrseinudrangodvlpthpoety'. .
"We've, had'" people ly seven percent be- opers oray pesn itrseinudtangodvlpthpoetyThe Miami City Commission requests all interested parties be present or reprecalling, us in' tears. fore the U.S. median- Complete Proposals must be delivered to the City of Miami City-Clerk's Of- dsetd thi mpeeti an aeinvifted Cto expressio wth viesec Shol any person There were so many priced home would desire to0appealAanyidecisioneofMtheiCiyFCommission3with respecthto any0matte
buyers at the outer be unaffordable to a onice 01 anlAmeing Drive,. Ami, Flsorida 33133ve oater tha lng :0tpm considered at this meeting, that person shall ensure that a verbatim record of limit of what they family making the me- ond July or,0 loid ate) adirny adrespos rcived after nthe cosinde the proceedings is made, including all testimony and evidence upon which any could afford," Kelman dian income in most apa a ebsd(..2600)
says. .parts of the country, a RFP documents may be obtained on or after June 28, 2013 from the CRA of- Inacrac ihteAeiaswt iaiiisAto 90 esn ed

rising yields on the 10- shows., ie;19 W r vne ut 0,Mai lrd 33,'rfo h R ing special accommodations to participate in this proceeding may contact the
They've climbed in the have the most impact COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE CITY OF MIAMI 'days prior to the proceeding or at (305) 250-5472 (TTY) no later than three (3)
wake of Federal Re- on affordability in al- 1490 Northwest 3rd Avenue, Suite 100 IMiami, FL 33128-1811 business days 'prior to the proceeding.
serve Chairman Ben ready high-cost areas, Tel (305) 679-6800 Fax (305) 679-6835 Ihttp:llwww.miami-cra.orgl
13ernanke's comments such as San Francisco /Todd B. Hannon
last week that the Fed south to San Diego (#19344) '(#19342) City Clerk




THE NATION'S #1 BLACK NEWSPAPER 9D THE MIAMI TIMES, JULY 3-9, 2013


Major newspapers struggle with changing times
E....-..... the new News Corp., while considering bids, according to
Economic decline produces change remaining CEO and chair- the Globe.
in "-- big ........ ,man of Fox. Valuing the paper at about
in bgpbiain
Leading up to the split, $75 million to $150 million
s News Corp. executives have a fraction of the $1.1 bilBy Roger Yu Post, Dow Jones Newswires, 3U been cutting costs, including lion The New York Times Co.
..... book publisher HarperCollins offering buyouts at Dow Jones paid for it in 1993 Doctor
The fate of several promi- and other publishing proper- M ... -- and the Journal and doing says the Globe is financially
nent U.S. newspapers could, ties in the U.K. and Australia r romp layoffs at the New York Post. "underperforming" and has
be irrevocably altered in com- -will be spun off today as MC(115 01) Ghutp on1GOP ter' m~ ts tit oicltS iv cnwgesk In starting anew, News become "a distraction" to the ingweeks as publishers make a separate, publicly traded Corp. will have "a substantial parent company.
restructuring moves. company. lifeline? of $2 billion in cash At The Star-Ledger in NewFacing declining ad revenue News Corp. announced the and no debt, says Ken Doctor, ark, owner Advance Publicaand readership, large news- move last year, aimed at un- a media analyst who writes tions warned employees this
paper companies are cutting locking the value of its more about the industry on his site, week that it may shut down
costs, eliminating or selling profitable entertainment and Newsoriomics.com. print publication by the end
assets and overhauling man- broadcasting businesses. "It's starting in a much bet- of the year if employee unions
agement. Robert Thomson, former ter position than it appears." don't make concessions.
The outcomes of a few of managing editor of the Jour- i Meanwhile, Thursday was In statement, Ed Shown,
these efforts are becoming nal, was named CEO of the the deadline set by owner president of the Council of
clearer this week. new company, which retains .... The New York Times Co. for Star-Ledger Unions and Team-.
In mostly a stock play, but the News Corp. name. investors wishing to buy The sters-GCC Local 8N, called
one that courd have long-term The entertainment-broad- Boston Globe newspaper to Vezza's statement "another
operational ramifications, casting business has been Thursday was the deadline set by owner The Newsadand pathetic attempt to
the news brands owned by renamed 21st Century. Fox. T w At least eight potential buy- pound all of our union brbthNews Corp. including The Company founder Rupert York Times Co. for investors wishing to buy The Boston ers, including local investors ers and sisters into a state of
Wall Street Journal, New York Murdoch will be chairman of Globe newspaper to submit bids. and private-equity firms, were submission."
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The Mam Rep Cynthia Stafford

Foundaion ~honored by Florida Bar
Foundation,


awards State representative recognized with.
65 Legislatqr Award
awards 65.

14ia~wiimesstaff repor
nonprofits
nonp o.11 SRepresentative' Cynthia Staffo~rd (D7Miami) was
Miami Times staff report honored by the Family Law
Section Of the Florida'B]ar
The Miami Foundation hosted their an- with the 2013 Legislator
nual Community Grants signature event.a
on June 18 in'-the Diamond Club at Mar- -ocrsnadr.Represented Stafford
lins Park. Generously sponsored by Total- Picure ceft to right: uis Dattended the Family Law Bank, more than 150 donors, nonprofit Pictured left to right: Luis De La.Aguilera, president, TotalBank; Javier Al- Section Annual Instalexecutive dIirectors, board members and berto Soto, president and CEO, The Miami Foundation; Castanda Paul, Kristi lanunheon during
community leaders-gathered to celebrate House; Barrington Irving, president, Experience Aviation and Michael A. Mar- the Florida Bar's Annual
the program that awarded $1 million to 65" quez, chair, The Miami Foundation Board of Trustees. Convetion in Boca Raton,
local nonprofit organizations. 6Florida where he received
* Attendees heard personal accounts of talented alumni of YoungArts Miami pro- the recipient organizations, we are able the award. Representative impacted lives through the work of grant- vided musical entertainment, to direct high school students into col- CtNTfoA wTecFzdf
ee spotlight organizations. "The organizations selected represent lege who otherwise would not attend her outstanding efforts on
Experince Aviation highlighted their diverse programs that provide critical educate families about South Florida's
hands-on STEM education programming, services engaging thousands of Miami- ecosystem, provide basic health care to throughout the 2013, Legis recognized by colleagues in including their students constructing Dade citizens every day," said Javier' the uninsured and fuel our cultural ex- native Session. Florida'slegalcommunity."
an airplane and supercart, Kristi House Alberto Soto, president and CEO of The plosion. I am honored, humbled During the 2013 legisshared about their work treating abused Miami Foundation. "Through the generos- This advances the greater Miami we. all and surprised to have native session, Represen. and sexually exploited youth, and the' ity of our donors -.nd tremendous work of envision." received this recognition native Stafford worked
from the Family Law Sec- closely with the F'amily Law
t...oftheFloidaBar $etio oftheFl.i.aBa
said Representative Staf- on issues-of imi'portance. to
ford. "The honor is special families in Florida. Among
Red ...light cameras now suspended o ytppirte sa'ieSafr a

Red igh ca era n w s spe ded to me, in part, because one other things, RepresentaPrgrm recently decided local mu- legislator is to~ always fight opponent of Senate Bill 718,
Proaram at lalu
nicipalities must take on the for families and children in a measure that would have standstill'until appeals program and several Florida. As an attorney, it ended permanent alimony
Miami city commissioners is a great blessing to know in Florida.
city of l aren't happy with that process
official- or k at all.
on better appeals So on July 1 the program
will be suspended, while city
By Steve Litz L G iL ...officials work on crafting a bet- $ 1 c6 Cen acquir
-- 1ter appeals process. '$ 6 ilo i p a
'Beginning on Monday Mi- ... The commission will decide $
ami'sred light camera pro- the'future of the program at its f tures were taken. Those
gram will be out of commission -- meeting on July 11. Atlantis opened images later helped organiz-suspended because of an '.... In 2,010, there were 40 t
issue with how the tickets are 4", cameras at 19 intersections pu lc ers choose the blueprint for
appealed. EN FO RC ED Today, 153 cameras monitor 93 played
City Commissioner Francis intersections. weekend The result displays the view
Suarez says the program has The program generates about' ol e sh
run its course. $3.5 million in revenue each By Jennifer Sangalang an astronaut would get as he
I ....... -----------or she looked out the Interna"We had put actually cam- The program generates about $3.5 million in revenue each year. Suarez calls it a money
grb.Starting Saturday, visi' tional Space Station'window
eras at intersections that had year. Suarez calls it a money grab. grab. Sai S-A tnlacStioan' indw
*zero crashes last year, or: one ::"It's actually more cam- tors can get an Up-close and as Atlantis was pulling away.
crash last year, so I thinkwhat duce traffic Crashes. Marlovis bit over this white line and all eras than the city of New York personal view of space shuttle we 'saw is a program that was MorenQ said he paid a ticket :.of a sudden you'get hit with a which is 20 times the Size of Atlantis' at Kennedy Space HOW IT BEGAN1 out of control, a program that because of a camera, but didn't $200 ticket, then you got to go the city of Miami," he said. Center Visitor Complex. Although KSC wasn't ofwas abusive," he said. mind having to do that. to court 'and fight it and it's a "The problem with that is The newest attraction at ficially announced as Atlantis'
The commission Voted dur- "No, it was my fault because I waste of your time and a waste that our citizens view it as KSC, joining its already permanent home until April ing last Thursday's meeting to was supposed to wait and then of their time," Miami driver an involuntary tax," Suarez populrShute anchy 2011stexh iea fbouthfie Atlats
suspend the program and take make a left," he said.: Alexandra Ritzy said. .added. -Eprec n nr id xii aeaotfv er
look at whether it's working Others disagree vWith'the pro- .Right now drivers who get Statistics show the program Space Encounter, opens with ago, with deVelopment startor not:. gram, saying the cameras just a red light camera ticket can has reduced crashes at red great fanfare. VIP events took ing a couple years later and
Some Miami drivers think aren't fair. 'appeal through a state court. light camera intersections by plclatwendNary5 cosutingngnfrth
'the cameras are great and re- "You're running like a little But. lawmakers in Tallahassee only 1.7 percent, he said.. astronauts on the guest list past 17 months. Delaware .with at least one from each of Nor'th worked with engineers
Atlantis' 33 missions. Apollo from NASA, a design team
~astronauts also are expected and technical adviser. to attend. The $10.0 million project
"Atlantis is on display as was funded through money

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10D THE MIAMI TIMES, JULY 3-9, 2013 THE NATION'S #1 BLACK NEWSPAPER


FAMU appoints new director of media relations

Thomas headed as senior publicist at The University where she was pirate communications team position as media and publicFrontPage Firm where she led responsible for developing at Edel.an. n Atlanta where ity coordinator for Sander/
alumni chapter vrospbciyapigsnews releases and founded she supported the B2B, real Moses Productions where she
for television shows, includ- the university's first student estate and sustainability supported the final season
Miami Tim:es staff report ing "Welcome to Sweetie pies" practices. .n: :::::::Thoma of t; hit CBS sh "Ghost
onoid the UprihWenfrytyet moved to Los Angeles to Whisperer."
FlriaA& Uvrstys work and "tisaRaye: The Real pursue a care netiti- hmsrcie ebc
F i-ti m osment PR r leapof faith calaureate degree in
Officehas appointed Alonda pbire: l to relti n t an f001
Thomas as the new director firn celebrity client roster is T h oor o corne re at onstr's dug ee inin
to secure media coverage for back home to FAMU tegrated marketing commupbrings a decade experience executives such as political, ts and sere at te nications from Florida Sti









in. m e d ia st a t g a n de en ted a oth rs i s ayn d b il st ogur di h
zl tin thatprepared m
hnmeanalyst Roland dartinojpur- Ql abov university in 2005,her slit-tainMent public relations to nalist Kevin Frazier and 211,m for lmy career O obke a ives ity fellow.
the position. pes t o .....*Tgh Alonda Thomas Through the years Thoms
"She has strong leader-a "It is an honor to come banck bf has held several position in
ship and communications homne to FAMtX and serve at landed fleri positions ait the:, 'heAMU National Alumnai
skils and will be an asset to. the institution that prepared : sljt ous Crsative Artists mocn "irost recently
theaoffie and to the univer- me for my career Thomas Agency where she, coordinate saving as pre s idn t af the
lsity said Sharon Saunders, said. "I look forward to ed speali engage cents for FAMer NAAy h i theri Califor
execuitive assistant to the. workingwith NAy o eagus ALONDA THOMAS the A-list r oster of aoers and ina Chapter.
president for communications oni campus and within the ,4ew diector of medio reoions(Th ,;/ producers, inclpuding t]-d The previous,; cir-etoro
and the university's chief media to 'promote the wealth T br recruitment performance 'ney Poitier, Anthony Zuiker media relations, P frel i
commications officers ofstories taing place eachxisi asgc-nication special- enble, The NCCU Spiit.'eena Davis and John dath- Tolson, accepted a p9itl)njatt
Thomas previously served day istat NorthCarolina Central She later served on thh o cor- .r gow. Thomas then accepted a SaintAugutie's mivar u



First-time buyers losing out as home sales rise
By Julie Schmit can return." xa lot," says Zillow economist unemployment than for adults
up from Home pri ces were up 12 per- Svenja Gudell. overall, says Jed Kolko, Trulia
U.S. home, prices have risen cent in April year over year, There are also more repeat economist. Young people have
for 14 straight months, but one market researcher CoreLogic buyers in the market given made a strong recovery, but it
set of buyers has been increas- says. Last week, average rates A s that higher home prices have takes years of steady employingly on the sidelines' first-time for the i-year-fixed rate loan 2d enabled more people to sell ment to save a down payment
home buyers. popped well above four percent homes and buy others, says and build strong credit, he






peole thy, fir-ie bglf u tyxsighm ae nMy ah uesaetuhcm o npyers ac-n Glen fi-whihr n CEO tof br, oro- says.Hgm evtls of1 studen
counted for 28 percent of ex- Freddie Mac said. They're like- ~ ... age Redfin. debt will also delay homeownisting-horne purchases, down ly to stay thre for the rest of venTight credit. Home loans ership, Kolko says.
from 34 percent a year before the year before moving higher are harder to get than before Home prices are still 26 perIen Mayth first-time buyer ac n for t rhessNfias.frst-ttimeuyesinceolateuse2011,seeze ou Glth r e nn 4-ean Cof brokhiger ssZ i gh level s os tuen
and 36 percenttwo years ago, in 2014, some economists say. he housing bust, and that's cent off their 2006 peak, and
according to the National Asso- Over the long term, four of 10 true for first-time buyers, too.- current interest rates are low
ciation of Realtors. home buyers are first-timers, a Almost half of first-timers by historical standards. But
The declining share of first 2012 NAR report says. They're get low down-payment loans the increases in both the past
timers means that many have critical to a housing recovery through the Federal Hous- year make a big difference in
missed out on low interest because they help existing- ing Administration, NAR data costs.
rates u- which recently moved home owners sell'sand move show. In May, the median value
up from near-record lows up to larger or more expensive New HA home loans i the of the bottom one-third of
and home prices that haveri- hi Bu t eer a c last three months of 2012 went homes in San Francisco was








homes. But seaving facou reevr
en sharply from their bottom. reducing their presence in the -Joe Roedpe to borrowers, with an aver- $287,500, Zillow data show.
"The people buying homes market, including: A sale pending sign is seen in front of a home on April age credit score of 696 vs. less With today's 4.4 percent intoday. :. are participating in "Competition. Cash buy- 29, 2013 in Miami, Florida. than 660 in 2007 and 2008, terest rate and a 20 percent
home price growth. Younger ers accounted for 33 percent of FHA data shows. Credit scores, down payment, the, mortgage
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1460 NW 52 Street 786-253-1659 NOTICE UNDER
Two bdrm., one bath, $850, 2935 NW50 StreetTIUNE water included, Section 8 Four bedrooms two baths FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SNORTHEAST AREA welcome, 786-444-6002. central air, $1225 monthly. '-ATTENTION'*** u HEREBY GIVEN that the
Section 8. One and two 1942 NW 93 Terrace Call Mr. "B" 305-632-8750. Now You Can own Your d sirn
bedrooms. $199 security. Two bdrins., one bath. $950 4319 NW 16 Avenue Own Home Today thefictitious name of:
786-488-5225 mthly. Section 8 Welcome. Two bedrooms, one bath, **WITH* t fictiti Sundamco
1215.NW 103 Lane 954-914-9166 $850 monthly. 786-486-1795. FREE CASH GRANTS 350 Grapetree Drive suite
Two bdrms, gated security, 1963 NW 50 Street 941 Opa Locka Blvd UP TO $65,000 416
tile, $750 mthly. Three bedrooms, two Two bedrooms, one bath, On Any Home/AnVt Area in the city of
305-696-7667 baths, central air. Section 8 $950 monthly. No Sec. 8. FIRST TIME BUYERS Key Biscayne, FL.
1231 NW 58 Terrace Welcome! $1200 monthly. Call 305-267-9449. Need HELP??? Owner: Marian Sunderlik
MOVE I SECALI. 954-303-3368, 954-432-3198 305-892-8315 intends to register the said
00 GIrt eIne LIBERTY CITY, House of Homes Realty name with the Division
First month moves you in. 2040 Grant Avenue HOLLYWOOD and of Corporation of State,
Oin bedroom one bath. OpahLocka of of State,
$500 monthly. Free 19 inch Two bedrooms, one bath WEST PALM BCH AREAS Tallahassee FL Dated this
LCD TV. Call Joel four-plex, large rooms, $900 Three bdrms, two baths and 3rd day of July, 2013.
786-355-7578 monthly, negotiable. two bdrms and one bath.
305-685-3225 ready in July and August. TONY ROOFING
Only Section 8.' 45 Years Experiencel
1245 NW 58H STRET, 2209 NW 58 Street 786-488-7628 Shingles, roofing, and leak
MOVE IN SPECIALI Newly renovated two repnpike andhighways
Fst month moves you in. bdrms., .on bath, 'first, last MIAMI AREA repairs Call 306-491-4515
On~b~ir, onbath' and security. $900 monthly. Spacious four bdrms, two ____________ U,,E,,:K .......
*550 mtl!y, Free 19 lnoh' Sectign 8 welcome. Call 305- baths, plasma TV included.
$550 mthly e 1i 5 761-6558No credit check, Section 8
LCD'L Call Joel786-3- 761-6558 Welcomel Others available. SunPass Callwill "We have to support our state,"
7578 2242A NW 82 Street 305-834-4440 ROUTE DRIVERS Hill said "I'd rather have better
Huge one bedroom, one bath, Miami Gardens We are seeking drivers to roads to drive on if that's where the
135 NW 18Street newly remodeled, central air. ath. deliver newspaper to' retail pay p..02 rtoU funds re onr
$725 monthly. Three bedroom, one bath. outlets in Broward and
Move In Special 786-299-4093 $1200 monthly 305-625-3561 Miami Dade. By Claudia Docampo The new-rates will provide an,
F month moves yo, in. 3105 NW 133 Street MIAMI GARDENS AREA Wednesday Only extra $12 million in revenue to the
One bm~ oe bat. 3 ue o one bath, Large three bedrooms, 'two You must be available ev
on'thly,,two bedrooms,one nel remodeled, Section 8 baths, family room, fenced in between the hours of 6 S Starting this week, Turnpike state. w
welcome.786-797-7878 large corner lot. Easy access a.m. and 3 p.m. Must have tolls are going up by two pennies Toll rates-will also change on the
inch LCD TVto expressway. Section. 8 reliable, insured vehicle and CARPET INSTALLED for some past customers and three Miami-Dade expressway system
7863302 NW 49 Street Welcome. Call 305-677-3114 current Driver License. WITH PAD pennies for Toll-by-Plate plate driv- starting this week. That means
Two bedrooms, $800 Apply i person atf s499
15321 NW18 Ave(Rear) monthly 786-290-7333 MIAMI GARDENS AREA ers. higher rates on State Roads 836,
Three bdrms., two baths. The Miami Times $499
Two bedrooms, one bath, 3651 Oak Avenue $1200 monthly. First and last 900 N.W. 54th Street Toll-by-Plate drivers- will now pay 112, 874 and 878.
$890 monthly, 305-986-8395. Two bedrooms, one bath, to move in. 954-319-3757 3 $1.28 and SunPass users will pay "The Toll-by-Plate rate will be
1648 NW 35 Street $900 mthly, 786-290-7333. MIAMI GARDENS AREA The Carter Academy 9 ROOMS $1.02 per toll. double the SunPass rate and we'll
Three and one bedrooms, tile 5130 NW S Avenue Three bedrooms, two baths, Now accepting applications be the administrative
floors, central air. "Three bedrooms, one bath. Section 8 Welcome. for experience certified $7"It adds up. The tolls are very eliminating
786 355-5665 $90 monthly.: Central air, 786-234-5803 teachers. Apply between LAMINATE close together so it adds up," driver charge," said Miami-Dade Express167 NE 59 St-UnIt #2 water,~ ll a ian: NORTHWEST AREA the hours of 9711 a.m.; '.INSTALLED Everett Watson said. way Authority spokesman Mario
Two bedrooms,. one bath, included. CallJoel 10200 NW 22 Avenue .... Watson, an insurance adjuster, Diaz.
$950. Section 8 Welcome. 786-355-7578''.. Two bedrooms, one bath, Miami, FL 33147 LIKE NEW makes frequent trips from Miami The administrative charge for
954-914-91.66. appliances. $800 monthly. 305-693-3555 fto West Palm Beach on the Turn- those without a SunPass used to
167 NE 59 St-Unit #5 6055 NW 24COURT No Section 8. 305-836-7306 R pike. be $3. MDX is also giving away free
One bedroom, one bath, One. bdrm, water included.
$750. Section 8 Welcome. $750 mthly. 786-29D-7353. 12 Driver Debbie Hill, on the other SunPasses until July 19th as an
94-914-9166 6998 N.W. 5 Place 1 Hammond Organs hX15 and, said the hikes are necessary added incentive to get every driver
180, NW onevee 15321 NW 18 Avenue B3, CS, and Al 0for keeping up the roads. on the automated system.
One bdrm, one bath. $550 Theeber' IM 2' 'MOVE IN OSeP rs two baths, mint condition..786-290-7841
mthly: 786-!; 12-6641 large family room, country pr
First month movyu inl style kitdhen, central air, court T L NOTICE OF INVITATION TO BID OR REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Two' bedrooms one ,bath. .Efce~e yard with" two ,car garage. I
._$550 mnly.JFree 19 inchrd $1500 ot y, g67s THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
L5DT. lJe 78635500 NW 14 Street GENE AND SONS, INC. 1450 N.E. 2ND AVENUEVROOM 351
'757'.S.'. _, Newly renovated, private 305-986-8395 Custom-made cabinets for
bath and kitchen, utilities and kitchens and bathrooms at MIAMI, FLORIDA 33132
258 W 2 tret cale(HOBE, S,).2 affordable prices. Solicitations are subject to School Board Policy 6325, Cone of Silence.
S 2538 NW 92 Street cable (HBO, BET, ESPN). 24''' afrblpics
CLEAN! hour security cameras, $185 14130 N.W. 22nd Avenue.
One bedroom, freshly wkly, $650 mthly. LITTLE HAITI AREA Call 305-685-3565 For more details please visit: httD://Drocurement.dadeschools.net
painted, new air, front 305-360-2440 Call 305-300-7783 or Handyman Special
parking, water and lights 2,167 NW 83 Terrace 786-277-9369 Carpet cleaning, plumbing, b i E."
included. $800 monthly, 786-299-3387 786-312-7050 lawn service 305-801-5690
$2,400 to move in or $400 bi- 5541 NW MiamI Court 1
weekly, $1200 to move in. 5541 NW Miami Court
305-807-4000 Newly renovatedO fully
furnished, utilities and cable PLACE Recycling and Solid Waste Collection Services
2816 NWA' AVENUEI (HBO; BET, ESPN), from A pre-bid conference will be held Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at
MOVE INSPE IALI '$185 wkt$650monthly. "'i 9:00 a.m. in: Room 559 of the School Board Administration
Frt'month mo you ;6in. 305-751-6232 HERE 072-NN03 Building (SBAB) located at 1450 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami,
Oni room -oe, Ibath. MIRAMAR AREA 7122.. 13 FL 33132. Pre-Bid Conference attendance by the bidder
$SOO. monthly. Free 19 inchi
LD TV. CalliJoel $600 plus deposit to move'in. or its qualified representative is HIGHLY ENCOURAGED
7'< 6-55-7578 Negotiable 305-300-7783. '-to ensure bid compliance. At this meeting, any questions
2945 N'W 46 Street m regarding the bid and scope of work shall be discussed.
One bedroom, one bath,
$600 monthly. Call Mr. Perez, 1358 NW 71 Street
786-412-9343 Air, cable, cooking, $500 to
3185 NW 75 Street move in. 786-286-7455. CITY'OF MIAMI
One bedroom, close to metro 1887 NW 44 Street City A V T E N FR I
rail. $650 monthly, first and $475 monthly. $650 moves Notice of Bid Solicitation
last 305-439-2906 you in. 305-303-0156.
6901 NW 8 Avenue Sealed bids will be received by the City of Miami City Clerk at her office located
Remolded one bedroom, one Close to 163St. Mall at City Hall, 3500 Pan American Drive, Miami FL 33133 for the following:
bath, air, $550 monthly: first' Clean furnished room. Own,, Title: COCONUT GROVE CONVENTION CENTER DEMOLITION and last. Section 8 Welcome. entrance. 305-749-6418 B-30182A IFB NO. 368329: INVITATION FOR BID FOR FLEX-CUFF
Call Floyd at 786-768-1614 MIAMI GARDENS AREA RESTRAINTS
ARENA GARDEN ., Furnished or unfurnished Bids Due Date: TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2013 at 2:00 p.m.
Move in with firstmonth rent ..rooms withliving room.
FREE BASIC CABLE 786-663-5641 'CLOSING DATEITIME: 11:00 A.M. TUESDAY, JULY 23, 2013
Remodeled efficiency, MIAMI GARDENS AREA Mandaiory Pre-Bid Conference
one, two, three bdrms, air, Side. entry, air, seniors 50 City of Miami Commission Chamber Detailed scope of work and specifications for this bid are available at the City
appliances, laundry, gate. years plus. 305-508-8819 3500 Pan American Drive, Miami Florida 33133
From $400. 100 NW 11 St. NORTHWEST AREA Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. of Miami, Purchasing Department, website at www.miamigov.com/procurement
305-374:4412. Telephone No. 305-416-1909. "
GRAND OPENING Clean, nice, and air. $100 a.
NEW ARENA SQUARE week. 786426-6260. For detailed information, please visit our Capital Improvements Program web- Deadline for Receit of Reauests for Additional InformationlClarification:
Walking distance to school page at: www.miamigov.comlcaDitalimprovementslageslProcuremen- Monday. July 15. 2013 at 5:00 P.M.
from $400. Remodeled 'tODDortunitieslDefault.asD.
efficiencies, one, two, three
bdrms; two baths. Central air, 13, Avenue NW 111 Street THIS BID SOLICITATION IS SUBJECT TO THE "CONE OF SILENCE" IN
laundry gated. Office 1023 Waterfront Totally remodeled THIS SOLICITATION IS SUBJECT TO THE "CONE OF SILENCE" IN AC- AHISOIDAN SL iCTIO CI SIT MT THDE CTON Of SINCE IN
NW 3SAve. 305-372-1-383 ,'three bedrooms, two baths, CORDANCE WITH SECTION 18-74 OF THE CITY CODE. NO.12271.
on Silver Blue Lake. Huge JonyMrne,..,' -LIBERTY CITY/ property, tbtally fenced, DP No. 19230 Johnny Martinez, P.E., City ManagerJonyMriePE
'OVERTOWN room for boat, close to ___________________________________City Manager
.MOVE IN SPECIAL Barry University and Miami: AD NO. 16440 .v
One or. two bedroos Dade College. Available now___________________________________qualify the same day. 305 $1950. Great deal! Call 305- CITY OF MIAMI
603-9592 or visit our office 772-8257 CITY OF MIAMI
at: 1312 NW 68Street 'ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS A VRIE ETF RBD
1250 NW 62 St Apt #1.' Three bdrms, one bath. A V RIE ETFRBD
Overtown 305-609-7280 or $1200 mthly. 954-914-9166 Sealed bids will be received by the City of Miami City Clerk at her office located 305-375-0673 1514 NW 74 Street "at City Hall, 3500 Pan American Drive, Miami, FL 33133 for the following: Sealed bids will be received by the City of Miami City Clerk at her office located
Section 8 Preferred, three at City Hall, 3500 Pan American Drive, Miami, FL 33133 for the following:
~bedrooms, one bath, fenced
yard, central air, ceiling fans, IFB NO. 361319 INVITATION FOR BID TO PURCHASE AND refrigerator, stove. Washer, 'INSTALL THREE (3) ROTARY LIFTS IN IFB NO. 360359 INVITATION FOR BID FOR PURCHASE AND
9150 NW 17 Avenue dryer, security bars, awnings. GS AAE INSTALLATION OF A FUEL DELIVERY PLATFORM
Funeral Homfe. 305-633-5311 Remodeled bathroom and GAGRG
kitchen. $1,250 mthly. $500
SPACE FOR LEASE security. Call 786-218-4646. CLOSING DATE/TIME: 2:00 P.M., MONDAY, JULY 22, 2013 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 2:00 P.M., WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 2013
SSpace could be utilized for a . 1641 NW 118 Street
school/church. 305-769-2827 Three bdrms, two baths, two A MANDATORY ore-bid conference will be held on Wednesday. July 10. A MANDATORY ore-bid conference will be held on Wednesday. July 10.
786-31~door garage. $1500 mthly. 2013 at 11:30 AM at 1390 NW 20th Street. Miami. FL. The purpose of this 2013 at 10:00 AM at GSA Fleet Garaae. located at 1390 NW 20th Street.
1800 Rutland Street conference is to allow potential Bidders an opportunity to present questions MiamiL. The purpose of this conference is to allow potential Bidders an 18360 NW 44 Place Move in Special, three to staff and obtain clarification of the requirements of the Bid documents. It is opportunity to present questions to staff and obtain clarification of the requireTwo bdrms., two baths, bedrooms, one bath with mandatory that a representative (s) of the bidder attend in order to qualify to bid. ments of the Bid documents. It is mandatory that a representative (s) of the washer and dryer. First, last central air. 786-356-1457 bidder attend in order to qualify to bid.
to move in. $1050 mthly. No
Section 8. 954-319-3757 2267B NW 102 Street Deadline for Reauest for Additional 'Information/Clarification: 7/12/2013 Remodeled three bdrms., one at 3:00 P.M. Deadline for Reauest for Additional Information/Clarification: 7/15/2013
CORAL SPRINGS bath, $950. 954-625-5901'
Remodeled two bedrooms, 23003NW04 Stree
twelombt, Section-3 8. Three bdrms, two baths, Detailed specifications for this bid are available at the City of Miami, Purchasing
wecoe 7630-36. $1250 'mthly. 786-290-7333 Department, website at www.rniam iqov.com/Drocurement, Telephone No. (305) Detailed specifications for this bid are available at the City of Miami, Purchasing
SECTION 8 WELCOME! 2825 NW 163 Street 416-1917. Department, website at www miamigov corn/procurement Telephone No. (305)
Three bedrcioms, two baths Four bedrooms, two baths, 416-1917.
units. Rudy 786-367-6268. bars, air, tile, $1,400. No THIS BID SOLICITATION IS SUBJECT TO THE "CONE OF SILENCE" IN 4127 NW 181 Terrace. Section 8. Terry Dellerson,
Broker 305-891-6776 ACCORDANCE WITH CITY OF MIAMI CODE SECTION 18-74 ORDINANCE THIS BID SOLICITATION IS SUBJECT TO THE "CONE OF SILENCE" IN
........2931 "NW"49street ..'... NO.'12271. ACCORDANCE WITH CITY OF MIAMI CODE SECTION 18-74 ORDINANCE
Dream 'home with private Johnny Martinez, P.E. ~ "~,NO. 12271t
11825 SW 113 Avenue fence. Three bedrooms, two City Manager Johnny Martinez, P.E.
.Three bedrooms, two baths, 'baths, family room, carport. City Manager
section 80Ok. $1250 monthly, No Section 8. No pets. $1250ADN.048
786-251-9800 monthly, $2500 required. AD NO. 004782ADN.048




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By Akilah Laster er. "[The kids] are really into
akilahlaster@gmail.com it. [Football] is a culture in 4
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The 7th annual Nike Coral Reef utilized the suc-.
Tournament of Champions cess of Senior Nico Pierie,
4 Football 7-on-7 tourna- winner of the Quarterback ment hosted at Amelia Ear- Competition, as a catalyst
hart Park over the weekend to continue to build team
lived up to its name, ending chemistry according to Head
with a battle between state- Coach Chevas Clements.
contending Miramar High "When he's on we're unSchool and reigning Class stoppable," said Clements
4A ,State Champion Booker of his team who hoped to
T. Washington. After a dou- bounce back from, four preble overtime jolt, Booker T. viously unsuccessful 7-on-7 -Photos credit: Akilah Laster
was ousted 48-46 by Mira- bouts throughout June. "We Miami Springs player breaks through the defense. mar. play aggressive [but] we're Whitehead said. ning Back Gregory Howell,
However, the competition learning to play with our feet Two teams that struggled to help guide the team back
-Photos Credit: Akilah Laster
e of the day extended past the and hips." during the 2012-13 season to the basics according to
Moses Danywinner of Little Haiti Optimist Club Scholarship presented playing field, where each The Miami Northwestern maximized every opportu- quarterback and receivers' by Liuget. of the more than 600 ath- Bulls was another of the nity to compete in hopes to coach, David Cooney.
letes had an opportunity to participating 24 high school reignite their 15rograms. Mi- "We want to go. back to the individually participate in football programs that uti- ami Springs who only won a fundamentals," said Cooney, N FL C orey Li u get h o sts Nike position competitions, lized the 7-on-7 to work single game (1-8) last season, who commended. Johnson
which included the Fastest Out some of the kinks and was more focused, having a and Howell of their efforts.

fir--t clin ic in Little H a iti ManCompetition (40-yard build camaraderie. Defen- young, but dedicated roster "Their work ethic throughBy Akilah Laster education balance in San Diego in
akilahlaster@gmail.com comparison to that of Miami and
................ he began his clinic in hopes to help
San Francisco Charger's defensive lessen that.
end and Miami native, Corey Liuget, "The life is way faster for the kids hosted his first Annual 2 Liuget 2 here, we're more developed with Quit Youth Football Clinic last Satur- football and they are [more so with] day at Little Haiti. Park to promote the education,"- Liuget said. "And that's importance of education for athletes what we're trying to get here down in ages six to 18.. South Florida."
"I just wanted to come back and give In addition to verbal promotion of to the youth in my community here .education to the youth, Liuget, who in South Florida," Liuget said. "The attended Hialeah Senior High School, youth can brighten up ourfuture and gave a $1,000 scholarship to Booker make things better and I want to give T. Washington 2013 graduate, Moses them an opportunity to see a guy Dany, for maintaining a 3.4 grade Player participates in Nike Fastest Man Competition.

dash), Quarterback Compe- sive backs coach, Ronard according to their offensive out the summer has been tition, Kicking Competition Whitehead, said that he was coordinator, Keon Smith. great." and a Lineman Challenge to pleased with the responsive-. "We're working really hard The top teams and' athwin trophies and bragging ness of the entire team. and I feel like we're going to letes received trophies for rights. Booker T. athletes "No one person stood out creep up on some people" their success in the tournaplaced first in two of the because they were all lead- Smith said. ment and also 'the school of
competitions; senior Krondis ers and communicated well," "But we just need to corn- the winning team will get Larry won the Fastest Man Whitehead said. pete, I'm not too worried new uniforms,. according to
Competition. However, -Whitehead still about the outcome." Tournament of Champions
"This is where you get acknowledged the maturity Additionally, Coral Gables Director Wesley Frater.
the true essence of sports," in Senior Quarterback Trevis despite the 4-8 record last "It's community football said Christian Grant Fields, McKinney, who he said took season and loss in the second day," said Frater, who has Nikes field marketing spe- responsibility for any mis- round of playoffs to Colum- dedicated his life to high cialist for athletic training, takes made. bus, is looking to the leader- school athletics. "[High
who said Nike's continued "He took blame for his mis- ship of two seniors, Receiver: school sports] are the grass Attendees listen to instruction from coaches. involvement was a no brain- takes and that says a lot," Antwone Johnson and Run- roots of all sports."

from their neighborhood that made it point average. Dany also received an and is successful." academic scholarship to Florida AtParticipants received lunch and lantic University.acre Jam es
t-shirts and were also instructed by "Education is definitely the key," NFL players and area coaches, includ- Liuget said. "That was the purpose of Tee ing Daryle Heidelburg, head football the camp." coach at Norland and Steve Smith of Overcoming a difficult past, with Doral Academy in drills and competi- his father passing at an early age By David Hill one we hope can develop into a hightion.. and constantly being suspended from, James ............... ............. quality NBA player."
"In a soccer dominated community school Liuget said that he used foot- Ennis The Miami Heat did. not have any Ennis started 67 games for Long
it was nice to see those kids have ac- ball to channel the anger he some- picks in last Thursday night's NBA Beach State over two seasons, averaging
cess to the same football training as times felt when he was young. His draft, but they still managed to add 13.2 points, 5.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists,
other NFL stars offer in their commu- Haitian background also engendered a player tO its roster by the end of the 1.67 steals, and 1.03 blocks per game.
nities," Heidelburg said. "[Liuget] gives, a spirit'of giving that he says is so night. He shot 49 percent from the field and 35
back just to see kids grow so I just try akin to the Haitian community. The Heat acquired the rights to the percent from three-point range, Ennis
to help where I can." "Older men in the Haitian com- draft's 50th overall pick, small forward was named Big West Conference Player
Additionall, the youth attended a munity are all about helping one James Ennis out of Long Beach State, of the Year after his senior season.
ery brief symposium where Liuget another and giving back to each through a trade with the Atlanta Miamis first round pick was sent to
and fellow NFL players, including other," Liuget said. Hawks. the Cleveland Cavaliers as part of the
former University of Miami player and "Wejust love to help Miami will send a future second LeBron James acquisition in .2010. The
Opa-locka native, Adewale Ojomo of each other regardless of ~ .~round pick to the Hawks in exchange Heat's second round pick was dealt to
the New York Giants, attempted to what [one may be] going for Ennis, who played his junior and Memphis in February along with Dexter
stress the importance of education, through." senior seasons at Long Beach State Pittman for the draft rights of Puerto
"Education is important because And despite the effort after transferring from junior college. Rican center Ricky Sanchez.
without it you can't do anything," that goes into hosting "We were happy to get into the draft," Ennis will be a long-term development
ojomotold the kids that attended the clinics, Liuget said that Heat president Pat Riley said last Thurs- project for the Heat, who have little room
clinic. he plans to continue ~day night. "We feel that for him on the roster heading into the
Liuget, 24, who often participates next year. ames Ennis, with 2013-14 season. He will likely spend the
in community service through the "You 'have to be patient with it, his size and athleti- next season playing abroad, as teams
Chargers organization, said there is but it's for the kids at the end of cism, has a huge are not required to tender a guaranteed
a dichotomy between the athletic- the day," Liuget said. 'upside and some- cor'itract to second-round picks.

"person since Dec. 1, after the players have been handed an .easy thing, to deal with. players, but he fined both murder suicide of KC Chiefs down from Commissioner All professional teams would franchises $500,000 each. We IJovan Belcher and the D5tt- Roger Goodell from the time love to have a locker room full often feel like sticking people
las Cowboys Josh Brent's auto he took office. "They have not of Shane Battiers and Grant in the pocket is a solution. I accident which resulted in worked, bad things have. con- Hills. Unfortunately that is do" not see that working here.
the death of teammate Jerry tinued to happen to these not the case. Maybe there should be a team
Brown. .players and it continues to get So where do you start? of mentors, guys like ex CowThe truth is' it's rather easy worse. Again there is speculation boy Calvin Hill and ex NBA'er
NFL players have gone 'wild for alof u to blame te Ovosyimabeie nwthtteams need to be-Jh ucas. Guys who hv
~player and hold him Solely to head in a different direc- ter evaluate their personnel had some experience with
The NFL is facing a major some of them multiple times, responsible for his own ac- tion. Should NFL teams be and the types of people they guiding young men. Throughcrisis as it's players continue is ridiculous. They're happen- tions and the black eye it gives held responsible for what in- are drafting, because if some- out the season these mentors to run afoul of the law. The ing too fast, really one after the League. However it is the dividual players do on their thing goes awry you fine the can have sit downs with guys, latest and most troubling is another. When you see an NFL League who needs to come own time? That seems to be a team or owner reach out to individuals in
the recent arrest on murder player arrested on TV are you up with a solution and quite bit of a reach for me. I find it We saw something similar the off season etc. It sounds charges of ex New England Pa- really ever surprised ? 'frankly I am not certain as to hard to blame the owners and in 2006 when the NBA had like babysitting but is that so
triots tight end Aaron Hernan- And much too often they oc- where they should start Bot- coaches, there are too many to deal with an ugly brawl be- bad when you consider maybe dez in Massachusetts. This is cur with tragic consequenic- tom line however is that there guys' to worry about what they tween the Denver Nuggets and some of this violence could pothe latest chapter of an NFL es -- Hernandez is the third is a crisis going on and it are doing in nightclubs at 2 the NY Knicks NBA Commis- ten~tially be avoided and more epidemic. The ever-increas- NFL player to be held respon- needs toube addressed quickly. a.m. These young guys are sioner David Stern not only importantly, lives could be ing number of player arrests, sible for the death Of another Severe punishments of such rich and, famous it's not suspended and fined seven saved?