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SCLC Once Again Without a Director Volume 25 No. 27 Jacksonville, Florida April 26 May 2, 2012
The Southern Christian Leadership Conference is once again undergo--
iga change in leadership The ninth president, Isaac Farnis is out of the NAACP: Every Republican in Congress Ju tc i a lnt eF t r
job he has less than a year. The Atlanta-based organization was founded F ie
55 years ago by his uncle, Martin. Luther King Jr. The 87-year-old civil Has FaldAfrican-Americansgga g a
rights veteran, Rev. C.T. Vivian, will now takes over as the interim pres- The new NAACP Report Card graded also received Fs. Although fo iy sM n riy F r fg t r
ident, becoming the group's sixth leader since 2004. for the first session of the 112th GOP House members have a repu- Bakfrfgtr ntectymyfnlyfn utc t
He was burdened with other responsibilities," said Rev. Bernard Congress is out and it shows that tation but being more conservative !tl ..JsiDprmn.Atradcdsln,,btte LaFayette, SCLC's Chairman. "He has given us a good portion of his every graded Republican member than their Senate colleagues, only tl utc eatetrcnl eesdfni(-sta
time. He gave us all he could give, and we respect the fact that he gave of the House and Senate received 10 House Republicans voted teJakovleFranRsceDptm t 1aa
the best that he could." The announcement was made in a news confer- an F on issues considered important against the NAACP every time.hsoy fdicmnaon gistbckseig
ence offering few other details. to the nation's oldest civil rights In stark contrast to Republicans, rnoiS'
LaFayette added a national search committee will be formed next week group 47dra Democratst' ine-ya thevSenaegeaioe
to fill the position once held by King and other civil rights icons such as In the Senate, all 46 GOP sena- As, three received Bs, one got a D inop mtoalrciesbthFreD atet
the Revs. Ralph David Abernathy and Joseph Lowery. tons received Fs from NAACP. Of and none received an F. The two dtrie tl iyhseggdi atr f
those, 34 voted against the independents in the Senate, patc feil~ietdsrmnto gis
Oprah Not on the Mlost NAACP's position every time, Connecticut's Joe Lieberman and ArcnA eiasoltebsso ierrc.
including Senate Minority Leader Bernie Sanders of Vermont, kfdrllwuti ~pce ob ie n a
Influential List for the First Time Mitch McConnell and former pres- received a B and an A, respectively. aanttl iN lJcsnil n ieJcsnil
Oprah Winmfrey has been on Time's list of the 100 Most Influential idential candidate John McCain. In In the House, all 238 Republicans Asoitnof reglesdma igprnoos
People in the World every year the magazine has published the list... until the House, all 238 Republicans Continued on page 2 anbckpyfrto afeed
now. After being included by Time for nine years, more times than any other influencer, Winfrey is missing from the just-released 2012 list. Leadership Jacksonville Honors the
In the past year, Winfrey has ended her syndicated daytime talk show,
pulled the plug on Rosie O'Donnell's OWN show, and announced layoffs Late Gertrude Peele with Last Award
as OWN struggles for ratings.
Among those who snagged spots on the list for the first time are Claire
Danes, Mitt Romney, Tim Tebow, Louis C.K., Kristen Wiig, Jeremy Lin,
Matt Lauer and "The Help" stars Jessica Chastain and Viola Davis.
Besides Winfrey, other people who've made multiple appearances on the
Time's list includes, Barack Obam and, Hillary .Clinton (seven times each), Steve Jobs (five times) and Bill Clinton (four times).

Study Details Why African

Americans Die YoungerV
Where people went to school and how much money they make are farA better indicators of whether they will die young than race or even where
they live, researchers reported Their study, published in a Public
Library of Science journal, reinforces the fact that black males are much
more likely to die young than whites. But they believe they have found
22 separate explanations for why blacks live shorter lives, and why sev- Shown above at the Prayer Breakfast are Joanne Gamble, Dr. Val eral counties in Mississippi have more premature deaths than most of the Holloway, Dr. Victoria Bryant Riggins and Speaker Merle Wright. rest of the country. Zeta Awmicae Celebrate Virtuous Women"
The Stanford team used data covering the entire U.S. population. For
instance 82 percent of white females born today could expect to live until The Zeta Amicae Auxiliary of "Who can find a virtuous and capa70, compared to just 54 percent of black males. White men live about Beta Alpha Zeta held their first ble wife? She is more precious than Shown above is Preston Haskell, Ju'Coby Pittman-Peele, William seven years longer on average than African-American men, and white annual Prayer Breakfast last week rubies." The Amicae also presented Birchfield, Sharon Peele and the honorees daughter, Gayle Peele.
women live more than five years longer than black women. to inspire and enrich their host awards to their mentors, Dr. Val Leadership Jacksonville welcomed more than 540 guests to its
But when broken down, factors such as education, income, job and chapter to continue service to the Holloway for her work with the Celebration 2012 fundraiser that honored community trustees Preston H.
marital status account for most of the differences. Other, less influential community. Ms. Merle Wright, Zeta's Stork's Nest and Dr. Victoria Haskell, William 0. Birchfield and the late Gertrude H. Peele. The annual factors included smoking, obesity, having health insurance, eating fruits Mrs. Senior Jacksonville 2010, Riggins-Bryant for her leadership. event raised a record breaking $115,000 with proceeds funding the and vegetables, physical activity, and having had a cholesterol check. spoke to the audience of the joys of As friends of the Beta Alpha Zeta Leadership Jacksonvillle programs. .Leadership Jacksonville currently has ben a capbl wife. Th Amca chptr th AIca supot the four major prgas the Leaerhi Jacsonill Program; New

Page 2 Ms. Perry's Free Press April 26 -May 2, 2012

Cl Sghb Barnd 64thennua Raines High School Holds 47th Royal Pageant
C l b B r n 6 t n u lby Willie Hall Information about themselves
William Marion Raines High Research the history of the
Celebatio Dance hl ter 7hn
Schooltio reetlaelnher47ha movie "The Wizard of Oz" but more
nual Royal Pageant. The theme of Lspecifically research information on
this year's pageant was "Emerald __ their selected character (Lion, Tin
City Extravaganza." The auditorium Man, Scare Crow)
was decorated with the illusion of ~Wiea cetnesec
the "Wizard of Oz" and "The Wiz"- using the 10 guidelines given to
in mind. Adding to the events scene them.
was a yellow brick road, an emerald j The final scores for the pageant
city mural and a grand runway that .were made up ofthestudent body
allowed the contestants to be dis- vote, contestant interviews and pagplayed close to the audience. Cur- eant scores. After scores were taburently, Ms. Tangella S. Ennis is the lated, Mr. Joel Lewis and Ms.
pageant director and has been for the CesaPeilnwr rwe h
tite o Mss aies 012203:Caiese 1stiln Runere upowneAudre past seven years. King and Queen.
Five young ladies pursued the Other title holders included: Miss

Uriah Oden,. Lia Barrow, Chelsea Solomon, Miss Raines 2nd Runner
Previllon, Audrey Solomon & Sid- up Lia Barrow, The Congeniality
ney Owens. The title of Mr. Raines Award went to Audrey Solomon,
2012-2013 was sought by Joel The Loyalty Award went to Chelsea
Lewis. Previllon & The Photogenic Award
-All of the contestants of the pag- Mr. and Mrs. Raines Chelsea Previllon and Joel Lewis went to Lia Barrow.
Patricia and Michael Blaylock and Sandra Lane eant were already winners for hay- point average, as well as school and search. Each contestant was tasked William M. Raines High School is
ing the perseverance, fortitude and community involvement. Along this to complete the following: the longest serving historically black willingness to participate in this JOurney, the contestants had to re- .Select a platform or community high school in Jacksonville. The event. These contestants also proved search and present the history of the service topic of national/community school was founded in 1965. It curthat they are more than beauty. The school and write numerous research public interest rently serves 1,000 students and has
'~~'~~"~~4~ ~~ contestants had to meet several cri- Papers whl noprtn eho- Wire a biography that would benlabyM.TyBlam
teria, including a minimum grade ogY into the presentation of their re- give the judges a little background since January 2012.


Baron Frank Scantling and Baronette Patricia Scantling


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April 26 May 2, 2012 Ms. Perry's Fr ee Press -Page 3

Inaugural Citv Interfaith The Other Side of Stand Your Ground

Celebration Draws 500 + Law Under Scrutiny in Local Case

Mayor Calls on Participants to Work Together by C. Haddad, CNN
on Issues like Education to Homelessness
Marissa Alexander, a 3 1 -year-old
Leaders from the Jacksonville area faith-based community came mother of three, pleaded for her together on Friday April 20 to take part in the Inaugural Mayor Brown freedom as an inmate in the Duval Interfaith Celebration. Mayor Alvin Brown called on the hundreds of County Jail in Jacksonville, Florida. participants to mentor and volunteer in the city. "This is my life I'm fighting for,"
"Always push for greatness, never settle, and always do more. Why she said while wiping away tears. should we do more?" Mayor Brown asked as he spoke at the breakfast. She added, "If you do everything to "Because Jacksonville, you need our help. Working together we can get on the right side of the law, and build the next generation ok leaders all around this great city." it is a law that does not apply to Religious leaders from across the area took part in the program, from you, where do you go from there?" a local rabbi to an imam to area bishops and priests. Alexander is referring to Florida's
The Reverend Davette Turk, an Episcopalian priest, gave the opening so-called stand your ground law, a prayer by asking participants to open their hearts and minds to the dis- law that has come under scrutiny enfranchised in the city.
since the killing of Trayvon Martin.
Mayor Brown also asked participants to continue doing good deeds in Unlike the Martin case, which the city and to encourage local youth to become involved.
involved one stranger killing anoth"Put your talents to work to improve the quality of life for all in our er, Alexander's case involved her city," of said Mayor Brown. "This is the inauguration. It is just the begin- gun and her abusive husband. ning. On August, 1, 20 10, she said her
husband, Rico Gray, read texts on
her phone that she had written to
Sights and Scenes her ex-husband. She said Gray
became enraged and accused her of Alexander is currently in the Duval County Jail
Roy, being unfaithful. "That's when he "If my kids weren't there, I knew to go to trial. A jury found looking into Alexander's story.
A Night in the Village at strangled me. He put his hands I probably would have tried to take Alexander guilty in 12 minutes. She When asked about race as a factor
around my neck," Alexander said. the gun from her," Gray said, is baffled why invoking the stand in her case, Alexander declined to She managed to escape his grip adding, "If my kids wouldn't have your ground law wasn't successful comment. but instead of running out the front been there, I probably would have in her case. "Other defendants have CNN requested an interview with door of their home, she ran into the put my hand on her." When used it. What's so different about Gray for this story. He agreed but garage, she said, to get into her Mexander's defense attorney asked my situation that it doesn't apply to later declined through a family truck and drive away. Alexander him what he meant by "put my hand me?" she asked. friend, saying he was concerned
said that in the confusion of the on her," Gray replied, "probably hit The local NAACP believes race that speaking would put his life in fight, she forgot to get her keys and her. I got five baby mammas and I may have played a role."There's a danger. On Sunday, he resumed the garage door wouldn't open, so put my hands on every last one of double standard with stand your contact with CNN, offering an she made a fateful decision. "I ground," said Isaiah Rumlin, presi- interview to "anyone who would
knew I had to protect myself," she Alexander's attorney filed a dent of the Jacksonville Chapter of like to pay." Monetary compensasaid, adding, "I could not fight him. motion for dismissal under the the NAACP. "The law is applied tion for an interview is against He was 100 pounds more than me. I stand your ground law but at that differently between African- CNN policy. grabbed my weapon at that point." proceeding her husband changed Americans and whites who are Through a spokeswoman, State
She went back inside the house his story. Gray said he lied during involved in these types of cases," he Attorney Angela Corey declined to and when Gray saw her pistol at her his deposition after conspiring with added. Rumlin cited two shooting comment on the case until after the side, she said he threatened to kill his wife in an effort to protect her. cases in Florida with white shoot- sentencing. Alexander's attorney, her, so she raised the gun and fired At the hearing, he denied threaten- ers: One was had a successful stand Kevin M. Cobbin, is fighting for a one shot. "I believe when he threat- ing to kill his wife, adding, "I your ground defense and the other new trial and that hearing is tentaened to kill me, that's what he was begged and pleaded for my life has yet to be charged with a crime. tively scheduled for next week. if absolutely going to do. That's what when she had the gun." The motion Online blogs are also raising the that motion is denied, Alexander he intended to do. Had I not dis- was denied by the judge. question of race. Last week, a will receive a mandatory 20-year
charged my weapon at that point, I Alexander was offered a plea deal spokeswoman for the Rev. Al sentence with no possibility of would not be here." by the Corey's office, but she opted Sharpton confirmed he, too, was parole.
Alexander, however, said she did
not aim the gun at her husband. She
said she fired into the air intending
to scare him away and Gray quick- Superintendent's Summer
ly left the house with his two children. No one was hurt in the inci- A cadem ies:
dent, but Alexander sits in jail facing a 20-year sentence on three
7 charges of aggravated assault with a
J Reading and Math Academy K-5
deadly weapon.
Gray admitted to a history of
physical abuse. In a previous inci
Bridge Academies 5-6 and 8-9
dent, Alexander said he beat her so
severely she ended up in the hospital and he ended up in jail. "He
pushed me, choked me, pushed me College Bound Academy 11 -12
so hard into the closet that I hit my
The Monique Burr Foundation for Children held its 9th annual "A head against the wall and passed Night in The Village" at Roy's Restaurant in Jacksonville Beach to cel- out for a second," Alexander said. ebrate the spirit of "Aloha!" The annual fundraising event showcased In a deposition for the case Read It Forward Jax! and
Master Chef Roy Yamaguchi One of the hottest social events in Jax against Alexander, Gray backed up Beach, A Night in the Village also features live entertainment includ- much of his wife's story. "I told her ing hula and fire dancing, music, a fashion show and exclusive shop- if she ever cheated on me, I would Algebra I Summer Programs
ping opportunities at select boutiques and shops in Third Street kill her," he said during the proVillage. A silent auction was featured with custom-designed items, ceeding led by a prosecutor for vacation stays and packages from local businesses. Shown above in State Attorney Angela Corey's attendance are Joe and Ava Parker Gibbons and (bottom) Betty and office and his wife's defense attorCarl Davis with Patricia and Lanstston Harley. ney. June 18, thro ucih

Page 4 Ms. Perry's Free Press April 26-May 2, 2012


Ch ^o It i e e s Recognizing the Significance

Diatribes on life in the African-American Diaspora by Rep. Reggie Fullwood of Prom Night in 2012

Trayvon Martin Issue Proves that Race Still Matters Encouraging communication between parRace still matters in America. looking at the racial groups half embrace our cultural differences? or so. ents and their children this Prom Season.
No surprise to many, but what may of whites say minorities are not I have friends who are of Irish In fact, at 4:30 black folk were by William Jackson, M.Ed. and Cheryl Littles surprise some is that race still is a treated equitably, but when you decent and they love their history still sneaking in the back door. Poem; On with the Ance! letjoy be unconfined; No sleep till morning, dominate issue in this country. examine how blacks responded culture. I would never wear an Irish If you tell a black person that a when Youth and Pleasure meet To chase the glowing hours withflyingfeet.
Sure we are no longer segregated 80 percent feel that the criminal Kilt, but hey if you want to rock party starts at 6 pm. we will proba- George Gordon, Lord Byron, Childe Harolds Pilgrimage
based on race. Minorities certainly justice system is unequal. one and get drunk on St. Patrick's bly try to get there around 6:30 or What state of mind will parents and their children be in as Prom Night can live in whatever neighborhood Martin's shooting directly rein- Day it works for me. perhaps 7 o'clock. If you tell a approaches for students?
they choose, or even own an NFL forces the fact that race still does In fact, invite me over for some white person that the party starts at Prom Night is the culmination of a school year built from memories that team these days. In fact, we now matter in the United States in 2012. green beer, corn beef, and cabbage. six, then they are at your door at will last a lifetime. have an African American James Baldwin once said, "Color Back to the importance of 5:45 asking if you need help with Prom Night is the conclusion of high school, years of academic nurturPresident of the United States. So is not a human or a personal reality; embracing differences we cannot anything. ing, psychological reasoning, mathematic calculation, scientific explowe have obviously come a "mighty it is political reality." begin to deal with race relations It's just a cultural difference. My ration, awakening social consciousness, emotional maturity and the reallong way" as my grandmother The poll also shows that while 80 unless we are talking about racial Cuban-American friends crack the ization that parents are sometimes correct in their guidance.
would say. percent of blacks think Martin's differences; and differences are not same jokes about being punctually Students will remember many of the relation hips, friendships, embarBut.. and there's always a "but," killing was not justified, compared a bad thing. I have found that the challenged. rassing moments, happy times, stressful times and even times they wish to
we still have a long way to go. with 38 percent of whites. folks that are apprehensive to talk There is nothing wrong with jok- forget. Prom Night is an opportunity to close the proverbial book on the
Personally, I think that the When it comes to the infamous about race and racial differences ing about racial and cultural differ- academic year and life as a High School student for students graduating in
younger generation is not the prob- or notorious "Stand Your Ground" are the ones that harbor the biggest ences; you can joke without being 2012. lem it's us older folk that seem to laws, nearly 70 percent blacks misconceptions about other races. offensive. And I will tell you a Cheryl Williams, a parent of three males all graduates from Raines High be stuck in our ways, with precon- oppose while 55 percent of whites I have several white friends, and secret most black people do like School, encourages parents to remember their High School Prom and the ceived notions and prejudices. support the laws. For those who I feel that I can talk about racial dif- fried chicken and collard greens. days leading up to it.
The Trayvon Martin issue proves have been under a rock for the past ferences with most of them. In fact, It's the context and intent in which "This is an exciting time for High School students in preparation for that there is still a major racial few months, these laws give people we joke about racial differences all we use stereotypes that get people memories that will last the rest of their lives. The children must be reminddivide on how whites, blacks, and the legal grounds to fight back with the time. in trouble. ed of their responsibilities, the potential dangers if they are not cautious
other minorities view discrimina- deadly force if they feel threatened, For example, there's a perception Don't be afraid to have honest when driving and possibly drinking." As a graduate of Andrew Jackson tion and bigotry. even if they could retreat instead. that black folk are always late to conversations about differences High School ('79) she still seeing her classmates and from time to time
Various polls have shown that The differences between races is events or meetings. Well, I typical- and past experiences. That's the they talk about their Proms with great memories. Those that attended their African Americans and whites have dramatic in this case. Many ly am, so I normally reinforce that only way race will stop being a High School Proms to this day remember the events that happened. Each severely different views about the Americans would rather not talk stereotype. However, a lot of my divisive issue in America. hour of Prom was a journey in a new direction of realizing the end too circumstances surrounding the about race at all; and prefer to insist African American friends take tar- "If you stick a knife nine inches years of High School life are coming to a close. Parents must choose wiseshooting of Trayvon Martin and the that the past is the past and racial diners much more serious than I into my back and pull it out three ly the words that they instill in their children, this is also a stressful time state's. "Stand Your Ground!l-la* I issues no longer exist. I guess real- am, and are always on time. inches, that is not progress. Even if for parents because their child or children are growing up, becoming a
Accordifig to a Washi lgtdn Posv ity isn't that important to some. But how different races deal with you pull it all the way out, that is woman or a man. Developing into the person that will define their exispoll published last week, "55 per- Some would even go as far to say time is also related to cultural dif- not progress. Progress is healing tence, and will either lead to a life of success, accomplishments or tragedy cent of all Americans think blacks that we should ignore color all ferences. When I got married near- the wound, and America hasn't of a life time of fleeting memories of the past and unfulfilled wishes of the and other minorities do not receive together. I have said time and time ly 8 years ago, the wedding started even begun to pull out the knife," future. the same treatment as whites in the again that this concept is fruitless. at 4 pm. All of our white friends said Malcolm X. Reality is sometimes harsh, but very much real as time goes by. The
criminaIjustice system. Why ignore color when we can where there around 3:30, but black Signing off from Sanford, FL Prom represents the closing of the doors of adolescents, immaturity, irreThe study also states that when simply except, respect, and folk didn't start rolling in until 3:45 Reggie Fullwood sponsible behaviors and opens the door of adulthood, being responsible
for the actions and in some cases in-actions that will determine the direction of growth. What better way to conclude the school year than with
tells his male gang that music, friends, food and good times.
'Act Like A L11dV, Think Like A A quote about High School life, "We could love and not be suckers. We
he is going home to could dre I am and not be losers. It was such a beautiful time. Everything
cook for his wife, nott
V because he has to but was possible because we didn't know anything yet." Hilary Winston
M an so A m entalitv w e can't afford because he wants to. Parents must still be cautious of the dangers that are hiding in the minds
One male character is of youth because of youthful exuberance and in some cases inexperience
by Arna Yawson, The Grio Think Like A Man begins. One receiving health benefits. This seen taking out his condom before with alcohol, drugs, sex and driving. Youth still think they are invulneraIt should come as no surprise that central theme in the book is that advice seems idiotic because a sex- he realizes that his female prey is ble to the tragedies that may occur in life Livingfor this moment should Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man men value themselves according to ual act is strikingly dissimilar from be built on fim and joy,, not the heartfelt pain of injury or death. Parents
observing the 90 day rule and a
took:the number one spot at the box their title or status in life and the a Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance night cap, is exactly that, a drink at should balan&' orousAy and seriously reinforcing in their daughters office this weekend. After all, the amount of money that they make. card. Sex is hopefully a mutually night. Additionally, all of the main that young men at this time of Prom Night and the blossoming of Spring movie is based on a wildly success- Encouraging this definition of mas- beneficial experience. A woman male characters eventually realize season are as writer Jayne Mansfield describes: "Men are those creatureg ful book. But please beware that culinity, in my view, is highly prob- who is empowered with respect to that they really love the women in with two legs and eight hands." Cheryl stated to her sons at Prom, "being this movie's success comes at a lematic given the black male edu- her own sexuality will likely decide their lives, with even the "happier cautious about sex and for young men to calm their feelings with respect hefty cultural and social price. cation gap, the "mancession" that to have sex based on the level of divorced man" breaking down in for the young lady they are escorting." Young ladies as well be respectful
The book and the movie express has produced high unemployment emotional intimacy shared and not tears as he begs his ex-wife to to your escort, don't lead them into actions that may later cause unfortusome well-regarded relationship for African-American men, and the the date on a calendar. allow him to come home. But nate reactions that could cause hurt or harm into the future. Asaparent,
wisdom in a comical manner. Both record incarceration rates that are Further, Harvey amorally cau- sadly, this softening is not enough a teacher and mentor my charge is for parents to be open and honest about the book and movie advise women depriving generations of "street tions women to understand that that to dismantle the damage done their expectations for their child's behavior and actions for Prom. of the following: entrepreneurs" of their freedom and if they are not giving up the "cook- through the most potent themes of Prom is the last opportunity to create wonderful life time memories,
1) Be diligent in imposing relegating them to second-class cit- ie" frequently and with a bow on it, the book and movie. talking points for future reflections and sharing with family and friends.
requirements. Dr. Phil has been izenship upon their release. her male partner will likely feel no It's good that the movie went "off Conclusion
saying for years that you should Perhaps due to these phenomena, qualms about getting "tightened book" to improve on some of the Parents be true to your heart and be open and honest, share your contrain people about how to treat you. Steve Harvey understands that men up" elsewhere. sexual and gender messages found cerns, and your expectations with your child or children and their friends.
2) "We need to talk" are the most can't always be the main breadwin- Last, the fact that the book warns in the bestseller -- but the black This time of year is important to the young person and they deserve to be dreaded words that a man can hear ner. So he advises his female read- that a woman should wrap her community needs much more trail- supported. Just as the African proverb, "it takes a village to raise a from a woman, because criticism ers to "keep up the charade" of men "cookie" in sexy lingerie and has blazing advice to cope with the leader," it also takes a village to make a safe and happy Prom Night. often follows that phrase. Indeed, being essential to the household -- no similar warning with respect to realities underlying our communirelationship therapist Dr. Steven instead of advising women to pro- making sure that a man's "ding ty's relationship issues, which are Stosny asserts that women's criti- mote relationship equality and dong" is wrapped in a condom, or much more pressing than those of fcism causes men to feel intense shared responsibility. that he has been tested for diseases, I
the couples portrayed in the film.
physical displeasure due to the "Don't try to fix the sink, car, toi- is highly disturbing in this day of
stress hormone cortisol. let or anything else," "don't do any rampant STI)s including So the question remains for those I

April 26 May 2, 2012 Ms. Perry's Free Press Page 5


Slim pickings in NFL Draft

By LUT WILLIAMS View A&M defensive end Adrian Hamilton,
TM BCSP Editor Hampton defensive back Micah Pellerin, and
There are no prospects from the black college South Carolina State safeties Christian Thompranks expected to be taken early as the 2012 NFL son and Donovan Richard.
Draft gets underway this week. Of the four, Thompson, a transfer from AuIn fact, its hard to say who is the most coveted burn, at 6-0, 211 with legitimate 4.5 (40) speed,
black college talent headed into Thursday's first has been rated among the top ten free safeties in round of selections that will begin at 8 p.m. at the draft and could well be the first to go off the THOMPSON HAMILTON
B-CU Sports photo Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Rounds boards. He ran the fastest 40 time among safeties FLURRY ON THE MOVE: Bethune- two and three are set for Friday, April 27th start- at the Combine.PROSPECTS
Cookman sack specialist Adrian Hamilton, OLB, Prairie ViewA&M 6-3, 255 4.75
Ryan Davis has quickly moved ing at 7 p.m. Selections in the fourth thru seventh Richard, who was clocked at sub 4.5 in the Christian Thompson, S, SC State 6-0, 211 4.5 OFup the NFL Draft board and rounds begin Saturday at noon. 40 at his Pro Day at S. C. State, has a solid top 20 Micah Pellerin, DB, Hampton 6-0, 194 4.68
AC IV T could be a surprise selection It will likely be Saturday before ablack college rating as a strong safety. At 6-1, 220, he played a Donovan Richard, S, SC State 6-1,220 4.49
CTIVITY in this week's draft. player goes off the boards. linebacker position for the Bulldogs and led the OTHERS
Unlike a year ago when Hampton defensive team with 119 tackles. That position translates to Ryan Davis, DE, Bethune-Cookman 6-3, 261 4.84 Mario Louis, WR, Grambling 6-0, 195 4.6
NEW HOOPS COACHES AT GRAMBLING, NC tackle Kendrick Ellis (a third round selection of strong safety at the next level. Ian Davidson, DT, Hampton 6-3, 315- 5.15
A&T, NC CENTRAL AND TEXAS SOUTHERN the New York Jets) was the clear No. 1 black col- Hamilton, an Oklahoma State signee and Dominique Ellis, FS, 5-10, 195 4.55
Brandon Harvey, ILB, Delaware State 5-10, 238 -4.83
lege prospect and a sure fire early pick, no 2012 Texas Tech transfer, registered 22 sacks to break Reggie Sandilands, ILB, Bethune-Cookman, 6-0, 225 4.79 black college player has been consistently rated NFL sack specialist Robert Mathis of Alabama David LeGree, QB, Hampton 6-4, 249 4.98 Casey Therriault, QB, Jackson State 6-3, 205 4.80
head-and-shoulders above the rest. A&M's SWAC record. While Hamilton does not Delano Johnson, OLB, Bowie State 6-5, 266 4.92
UNDER THE BANNER Rather, a group of about four or five has been appear to have the explosive burst that Mathis has, Antonio Dennard, CB, Langston-5-11, 184-4.55
given similar ratings and is projected, at best, as scouts like his combination of speed and upper- LaQuenton Evans, WR, Southern 6-2, 190 4.44 WHAT'S GOING ON IN AND AROUND BLACK COLLEGE SPORTS late round selections. A larger group fits into the body strength. Lanny Kelly, CB, Howard 5-1,1,190 4.59
'sleeper' category meaning the players have talent Pellerin is thought to have good speed and
TIM O'NEAL GETS ANOTHER WIN: that could intrigue a team enough to take a chance instincts and is a good-sized cornerback (6-0. 194) wideout Mario Louis who Grambling head coach
EL JADIDA, MOROCCO American golfer Tim on them in the draft. in a pool thought to be short on size. Doug Williams has compared to a young Terrell
Nm O'Neal, the former Jackson The latter was the scenario that landed S. Bethune-Cookman standout pass-rusher Owens.
State standout from Savannah, C. State offensive tackle Johnny Culbreath, Ryan Davis is perhaps at the head of a long list of There are enough intriguing prospects in this Ga., is making headway playing Alabama A&M defensive tackle Frank Kearse players that possess the kind of talent and athletic year's draft to prevent tying the all-time low of two overseas, and Florida A&M cornerback Curtis Holcolmb ability that could intrigue an NFL team. Davis has players that went off the boards in 2010 and 2004.
O'Neal, one of four eGolf Tour at the back end (7th round) of last year's draft. been invitedrecently toprivate workouts forfouror But just how many will be drafted and how many members serving as ambassadors The top rated players this year are Prairie five teams. The same for Grambling playmaking will go the free agent route is anyone's guess.
to the country of Morocco, collected his third Atlas Pro Tour win
in the last two months with rounds S idelines
of 71-72-69 212 (4-under) to win

EPD Tour P the Open Madaef in mid-April Cy Alexander back in the MEAC, JCSU's Taylor taking over at NC Central
O'NEAL bone n named new NC A&T men's head coach DURHAM, N.C. With a reputation of winning and 18 years of head
The win and two top ten finishes since then have put GREENSBORO, NC CyAlexander has been hired as the new North coaching experience, Johnson C. Smith head coach Vanessa Taylor was announced as the eighth head women's basketball coach
him in second on the European Development Tour (EPD), Carolina A&T men's basketball coach, Director of Athletics Earl Hilton
one of four official Satellite European Tours, and has him announced last week. A&T will announce Alexander atNorth Carolina Central University lastweekduring a
ready to consider a full seasonen the EPD and a drive for as its new coach at a news conference to be schedule press conference in the Emma Marable Conference Room
read toconidera fll easn ontheEPD anda diveforof the William Jones Building on the NCCU campus. a top five finish and promotion to the Challenge Tour, the in the near future. The laves Bu afte a s .
secondtiermen's professional golf tourinEurope. Germany's Alexander brings with him a wealth of experi- se Taylor leaves JCSU after 11 seasons and seven
Martin Kaymer, who last year reached No. 1 in the world, ence in constructing a championship program within seasons as head coach at Elizabeth City State Univeris the EPD's most celebrated graduate. the MEAC. Alexander led S.C. State to seven MEAC sity. During that time, her teams posted 13 consecutive
O'Neal trailed Martikainen by four shots headed into tournament title games, winning five of those contests winning seasons, including six campaigns with 20-plus
th over a 16-year span. Before Alexander arrived in Or- Taylor victories. She was selected as the Central Intercolethe final round and was down by eight shots with 16 holes Alexander angeburg, the Bulldogs had captured only one MEAC giate Athletic Association Coach of the Year on three
Martikainen's torrid start gave way to bogeys-at Nos. 357 regular-season title, and they reached just one MEAC occasions (1998, 2000, 2011).
Martkaien'storid sartgavewayto bgey at os.3, 5 7,She guided JCSU to its first CIAA tournament title in 2009, while fin8 and 9 and a front-nine 38, which paired with an even-par tournament final. In addition, the school was coming off of its ninth straight sh g as confeience tournament r ie in 200, 2006, ishing as conference tournament runners-up on five occasions (2003, 2006,
36 from O'Neal on the opening nine to reduce the Finland losing season.
native's lead to two shots with just nine holes to play. When Alexander left S.C. State in 2003, he had won nearly 60 percent 2008, 2011 and 2012). Under Taylor's leadership, the Golden Bulls made
O'Neal birdied the par-4 15th to pull even and a timely of his games and more than 70 percent of his conference games. Alexander fiv erA tornaen ranges (200 0 ,1 2012)
birdie on the par-5 18th gave him a one-stroke lead. When will be asked to restore the Aggies tradition of winning MEAC titles. The and garnered top 25 national rankings in four seasons (2004-05,2009-10,
Martikainen could only manage apar on the 18th, the former Aggies own a league-leading 15 MEAC tournament titles, but have not 2010-11 and 2011-12).
Taylor is the all-time winningest women's basketball coach at JCSU
JSU Tiger had his third win across the water. been crowned champions since 1995. with a school record of 215-112 and career record of 298-207.
"It was a great week for me, but certainly not an easy Alexander's time in the MEAC began in 1976. He spent 11 seasons Prior to joining the JCSU program, Taylor spent seven seasons as the
one," said O'Neal as an assistant coach at Howard under A.B. Williamson. In 1987, he was
For O'Neal, the win at El Jadida was worth E5,000 named the head coach at S.C. State. He was able to compile a 277-202 head coach at Elizabeth City State (1994-2001) and two seasons as an as(the equivalent of $6,550), and kept him at No. 1 on the record overall and a 191-79 record in the MEAC. In year one at S.C. State, sistant coach at Hampton University (1992-94).
Atlas Tour's winter series money list, while moving him up he was 16-13. By year two, the Bulldogs finished 25-8, broke the school Under her direction at ECSU, the Lady Vikings won the regular-season to No. 2 on the EPD Tour money list. The win was the third record for wins and advanced to the NCAA tournament after winning the Eastern Division championship in 2000 and 2001. She was selected as the
in two months for O'Neal, who claimed the Palmeraie Open school's first MEAC tournament title. Alexander was now on his way to 199 n 1998 CA a fe-year th teL inings.
Her NCCU appointment is a five-year term beginning July 1, with an
title on the Atlas Pro Tour/Alps Tour on February 11 th and piecing together what became one of the most successful coaching runs
the Mogador Open title on the Atlas Pro Tour/EPD Tour on in MEAC history.
February 23rd. Alexander's efforts helped him win three MEAC Coach of the Year
He followed his latest win with a tie for ninth at the honors while at S.C. State, including the 2003 honorforleading the Bulldogs Cage-Bibbs resigns at NC A&T
Oen Dar Es Salaam and a tie for sixth place at the Open to their fifth MEAC crown. His S.C. State teams received the prestigious to return to SWAC and Grambling
Lixus. Those results have kept him in second place in the American Sports Wire Black College National Championship three times GREENSBORO, April 20, 2012 -- Patricia Cage-Bibbs has resigned 2011 EPD Order of Merit. (1996, '98, '00). In 1996, he was named American Sports Wire National as the head women's basketball coach at North Carolina A&T. Bibbs,
Coach of the Year. He is also a member of the S.C. State Hall of Fame. a graduate of Grambling State, was announced as
DOUG WILLIAMS SUING GRAMBLING: After the '03 season, Alexander became the head men's basketball coach the school's next head women's basketball coach last
Grambling State head football coach Doug Williams at Tennessee State University. Alexander spent six seasons with the Tigers. week.
Gramblg as led stait tch ol Wlim- Alexander is a Winston-Salem, N.C., native, who has a 344-308 career The legendary coach spent the last seven seasons
has filed suit against the school claim- record over 22 seasons. He will be the ninth Aggie men's basketball coach at A&T, where she compiled a 130-88 record. Bibbs' ing that the school reneged on contract of the modern era. .596 winning percentage is the best in school history,
promises and is not trying to force him and her win total is second all-time behind Tim Abney.
to sign a reduced deal. Coo per-Dyke leaves U NC-Wilmin gton; She recently became the first women's basketball coach
W hsit ilred in ae ouar0ta Returns to the SWAC at Texas Southern Cage-Bibbs in history to win 500 career games exclusively at a
Willamsagred n Feruay 211 o aDivision I historically black college or university. contract including a guaranteed salary HOUSTON- Legendary former WNBA star Cynthia Cooper-Dyke "h odru n idere epea ot aoiaATwl
and erfrmace onues olloing wasforallfinrodcedys tennwrwmenscbskeballheahcochetw"heoondefulandbanheatedpeole ahNoth aroinaAhTwil
GSU Sports Photo Texas Southern University last week. Cooper-Dyke is the 13th coach in the always be a part of my extended family," said Bibbs, who has a career record
WILLIAMS negotiations with Grambling Presi- program's history. TSU marks her third head coaching of 501-294. "There are not enough words to express my gratitude for all
dent Frank Pogue. But according to poiina h CADvso ee.Aggie Nation has meant to me and my family.
thesui, Pgu laer oldWilias tat heconrac coldCooper-Dyke comes to Texas Southern from the At this time in my life however, I want to be closer to my immediate
not be approved. Pogue suggested renegotiation which University of North Carolina-Wilmington where she led family," the Louisiana native continued. "I'm looking forward to the forWilliams rejected, the suit says. the Seahawks to back-to-back postseason appearances in tnt potnt aet oc tm lamtraan ilms h
The suit alleges that by the time Pogue tried to renegoti- the Women's National Invitational Tournament (WNIT) A&T fans and my players so, so much, but I will cherish all the outstanding
ate the contract, Williams had "quit his previous job, sold and was named 2011 ColonialAthleticAssociation Coach memories we shared."
his home, moved his family to Louisiana and was actively of the Year. In two seasons at UNCW, Cooper-Dyke A&T fans have a lot to cherish. The A&T women won just 37 games
working as the Grambling head football coach." Cooper-Dyke compiled a 44-22 overall record with a 28-13 mark in in the six seasons prior to Bibbs' arrival in April of 2005. By season three,
The uitals alege Wiliam an hi Stff ere ot onfrene pay.Bibbs turned theAggies into the MEAC's premiere team. The 2007-08 season Thertsuit alsonallegesrWilliamscandvhisEAtaffgwere-notsconferencenplay. paid promised bonuses for winning the 2011 SWAC chain- Cooper-Dyke began her collegiate coaching career at Prairie ViewA&M satdasrn ftrecneuieMA eua-esncaposis
pionship and that Williams has been told the money will be where her teams captured three straight conference titles, two SWAC Tourna- 4 &T compiled a dominant record of 44-4 in conference play during that ment titles, two NCAA tournament appearances and two WNIT postseason span. The team solidified its place in history by winning the 2009 MEAC paid if he signs a reduced contract. appearances. Cooper-Dyke was named SWAC Coach of the Year twice. Her Tournament and advancing to the NCAA Tournament as a No. 14 seed. At
The suit also says Williams has been presented a series teams dominated SWAC regular season play compiling an impressive 64-26 the time, it was the highest seed ever earned by a Division I HBCU. The
of reduced contracts with a 'take it or leave it' option. The record over a five-year period. 2008-09 team also won a school-record 26 games.
suit names Grambling, the University of Louisiana system She is a member of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame and the The following season, the Aggies made even more history under Bibbs.
and Pogue as defendants and asks for damages equal to what Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. She is also a USA Olympic Gold Medal They won their first two games of the 2010 postseason WNIT, and became Williams would have made under his unapproved contract winner. Cooper-Dyke captured four championship titles while playing with the first Division I HBCU to win two consecutive games in a NCAA-sponplus punitive damages. the Houston Comets and was named WNBA Finals MVP a total of four sored postseason tournament. Bibbs boasts wins over Wake Forest, Charlotte
In astatement, ULSystem President Randy Moffett said times. She played her college ball at the University of Southern California (twice) and Clemson during her time at A&T. Five of North Carolina A&T's
the university and the system have been negotiating with where she helped lead the team to back-to-back national titles. 1 ,0-on aersoesaeBbssges h o ECCaho
Williams in good faith for almost a year. "We have offered "'m extremely excited to take over as head coach of the Texas Southern the Year in 2008 and '09.
him one of the highest salary and incentive compensation women s basketball program," said Cooper-Dyke. "There's a lot of talent b Bibbs' 27 seasons of collegiate coaching include a 13-year stay at Grampackages in Grambling's conference," Moffett said. "We within the SouthwesternAthletic Conference and the program here at Texas ling State and a seven-year stint at Hampton University. She has made believe that we did everything possible to come to amutually Southern has limitless potential. We plan to recruit the best student-athletes mie postseason appearances, won 12 regular-season titles and 10 conference beneficial arrangement without comprising the University's in Houston, the state of Texas and across the country. Texas Southern can be tournament titles. Her teams have won 20 or more games 13 times, have
acaemi coe."one of the premier women's basketball programs in the nation and we will finished in first or second place 19 times and she has won conference coach
This is Williams's second stint as head coach at his work diligently to make that a reality."
Texas Southern finished a combined 11-49 the past two seasons includ- TwofibsmstrcnmleoesaeasATdetdUN alma mater. He replace legendary coach Eddie Robinson ing a 5-31 record in conference play. Cooper-Dyke will look to finalize her Asheville 88-62 on Nov. 23, 2007 for her 400th career win and on Feb.
from 1998 to 2003 winning three straight SWAC titles. coaching staff during the upcoming week. 27, 2012 when she secured win No. 500 in an 88-74 win over Savannah
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Info Sought To Help Document Spring Festival Brings Praise and

African American Neighborhoods Celebration to St. Mary's, Georgia
Information is being gathered on African American communities in The third annual Spring Festival, Willie Mae Glover Praise mn the Park
Jacksonville. Presently the concentration is on La Villa-Downtown, Celebration, will be held Saturday, April 21, 2012 from 10 a m. 5 pm. at Brooklyn, Campbell Hill, Mixon Town, New Town, College Park, Sugar the St. Marys Waterfront Park. The event promotes unity in the communiHill, Durkeeville, and all other (approximately 11) established neighbor- ty and people of all faiths are encouraged to be a part of this special celehood with the city. If you have lived or worked in any of these areas prior bration. to 1980 and wish to give information on the area's boundaries, people, iristi- This uplifting event will be kicked off with a brief greeting at the parks tutions, organizations, business and/or general characteristics, call (904) amphitheater and the family fun will continue throughout the park the rest 402-2205 and leave your name and telephone number. of the day. A variety of entertainment will be provided, such as recording
artist Daly Braxton, IGNITE, and Mechum. Clarke & True Purpose. You
Second M issionary Baptist will also enjoy the sounds and movements of choirs, soloists, praise teams,
and even dance teams. There will be bounce houses and other activities to ~- .
Church Women s Conference keep the kids happy all day.
The Deaconess Ministry of Second Missionary Baptist Church will spon- Vendors offering arts, crafts, and food items are always a favorite part of sor their 2nd Women's Conference,. "The Virtuous Women 11" on Saturday, any festival and will be located in front of the St. Marys Waterfront Park ''April 28th from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. The conference is aimed at young during the event. We encourage you to come early and plan to spend the women who would like to live a better life through Jesus Christ. The guest day. For more information contact Kenyatta Compton at nichellecomp- New Bethlehem Mfissionary Baptist Church
speaker will be Minister Yvonne Johnson of The First African Missionary or 678-621-9019. New Bethlehem M issionary Baptist
Baptist Church of Kingsland, Georgia. Minister Johnson will be dealing The Praise Festival takes place the third Saturday in April each year by with the Theme: A Decaying Culture or a Living Christ". Women of all proclamation of the St. Marys City Council. This year's event is hosted by Church Celebrates M ortgage Burning
ages are invited to participate and share a free lunch. To attend this con- Chayil Outreach and the St. Marys DDA and is sponsored in part by the St. New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate the retirement ference, call the church at 354-8268. The church is located at 954 Kings Marys Convention & Visitors Bureau. of their church
Rd. Jacksonville, Fl. Rev. Odell Smith Jr. Pastor. mortgage on Thursday May 17th at 7 p.m.. The special celebration will feaM ayor to Lead Open Ar s 5K W alk ture Rev. Marion Wise, Pastor of Second Baptist Church in Callahan,
St. Joseph's Celebrates Anniversary On April 28, 2012, Mayor Alvin Brown will join Open Arms Christian Florida. On Friday May 18th at 7:30p.m., a service of Thanksgiving will be
St. Joseph Missionary Baptist Church is celebrating it's 82nd year as a pil- Fellowship as they host their annual 5K Charity Walk. The walk will begin hedwtRv.JnyJosnPtrofhialpaBpitbnggte lar in the community. In addition, Dr. H.T. Rhim, Senior Pastor, is cel- at 8:30 a.m. The registration fee is $15 and includes a t-shirt. The cost is word. On Sunday May 20th, the 11 a.m. Worship Service and Holy
ebrating his 42nd year of leadership. The church is located 485 W. First FREE for children 17 years old and younger. The event is open to the com- Comnnwilbsevdadte esge ilbruhbyR .Je
Street at the corner of 1st & Broad Streets, in Springfield, affection- munity. All proceeds will be donated to Garden City Elementary and Calhoun. At 4 p.m., the Official Mortgage Burning Ceremony will take ately called "Black Bottom". The anniversary worship services will be Highlands Middle Schools The church is located at 2763 Dunn Ave. place and the word will be brought by Rev. Landon Williams, Pastor of
held Sundays April 29, at 6 PM with the closing service on Monday, April Jacksonville FL 32218. For more information, call Charis Scurry at (904) Greater Macedonia Baptist Church. 30th at 7:00PM. The community is welcome to join St. Joseph along with 476-2104. Frmr nomto alSilyKiha 0 6-89
several sister churches as we continue to be "the church where EVERY-Pln igC uc ne s sfre o ch g.
BODY is SOMEBODY, and JESUS CHRIST is LORD, ever so in Black Stanton Gala Pln igM eeting Ch rh n w published freo ch g.
Bottom". The current class leaders on Old Stanton, New Stanton and Stanton and information must be received in the Free Press
Stanton Vocational High Schools will meet Monday May 21st at Bethel offices no later than Monday, at 5 p.m. of the week Pastor's Anniversary at 1st Timothy Baptist Institutional Church, 325 Bethel Baptist Street (First Street yo watitorn Ifrm inre ivdp or o
Th hrc aiy fFrs iohyBpis hrh oaed113 entrance). The purpose of the meeting is to discuss plans for the 6th Stanton yo watitorn Ifrm inre ivdp oro
Thsaye church famkoilylf Fst 18 Timoth brattChr loated' 12103 Gala, June 23, 2012. The final meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. at Bethel on the event date will be printed on a space available Bnis ay 6 cksonville FL3218 w~.siceer The bir psito' 2th June 11th. Representative from all classes are encouraged to attend. For basis until the date. Fax e-mail to 765-3803 or eatniver r ay6,o012atn thcal m. services. Tepbi sivtdt more information contact Chairman, Kenneth Reddick at 764-8795 or visit mail to
atted. or mre nfomatin, all 57978.our website at

'GetrMcdna* AME Bishops Enter 'Go Green' Partnership

mThe Joint Center for Political and mental responsibility can be a part Agency, which maintains an Energy
Ba t s Ch rc Economic Studies have entered into of a church's stewardship, yielding Star Congregations Network to pro:: -a partnership with AME Church both financial and community-oni- vide information and technical supBishops Vashti Murphy McKenzie ented benefits. port for churches that want to go
and Adam Jefferson Richardson, Jr., "We want to help our congrega- green, will provide guidance during and GREEN DMV to help congre- tions and communities save energy the launch of the project. The EPA
Seeking the lost for Christ gations raise their environmental and generate dollar savings that can estimates that if the nation's
-Matthew 28:19 20 awareness, make their churches be used to extend their work," said 370,000 congregations reduce enermore energy efficient and redirect Bishop McKenzie, whose 13th gy use by 10 percent, they would
cost savings to carry out the church- Episcopal District includes save nearly $315 million and pro:0 A. .E ryM r i g W rh p es' mission. Tennessee and Kentucky. "Some of vide 1.8 billion kilowatt hours of
GREEN DMV, a non-profit our churches are very large and con- electricity without additional cost or

9:30 a.m. Sunday School organization that promotes the use sume a great deal of energy, so there pollution.
of clean energy and the develop- is the potential for significant say- "African American churches have 11:00 a.m. M o n g W orship ment of green jobs as a way out of ings," she said. been integral players in every moveoringpoverty, will work with selected "AME churches come in all sizes ment for positive social change

Tuesday Evening 7p.m. Prayer Service churches in the bishops' districts to and states of repair, with some dat- throughout the history of this
Wedneday -Bible Study 6:30 7 p.m. assess their energy use and to imiple- ing back more than 100 years, so nation, so the leadership of the
Menedyee Wosi7pm ment low- and no-cost strategies for there is great potential for savings AME bishops is part of a long and
MidWek orsip7pm.reducing energy use. from becoming more energy effi- honored tradition. We view this col-

April 26 -May 12, 2012 Ms. Perry 's Free Press Page 7

African-American Elders Growing in

Numbers, but Who Will Tend to Theme' A~(f da iutan a

by K. Alleyne, TG Administration on Aging, however, acute-care costs often hinder them
African-Americans are living the number of family members who from utilizing assisted living facili- ng'ij g Fawkj1 ho Wflf#9 00c~ OU990
longer, and the number of individu- can act as caregivers will not grow ties.
als ag 5and older will 1rpl by by the same buds That is a huge "Because long-term care is with bguso Indeda they got injected. With the legal issues
2050. This population boom has issue for families where caregiving expensive, Medicare does not cover attnyoun and I aesupdd it was injets isurionetdyinghs
deep implications for long- it, and an asset like home-yonanIwsstpdndiwsijeinis nertdig
term medical care and the ownership prohibits partici- smtigt o on
4' nce4~4And then what happened? No, they're gonna keep doing it.
needs for aging elders. The pto nMdcioc
paton n MdicidThen, it morphed into something A lady who was shooting girls up
demand for caregivers is also again, affordability and
exetdtNwl.acssblt r h ao else. It morphed into, 'Wow, people here, she got indicted. She's going
Despite the availability of ~.obstacles. With many fami- are now noticing me. People are to jail. After she was indicted, you
nursng nd ssitedlivng iesin he andichgenra-now saying something about me.' could read about it online. It came
faclites, hisoriall, tonit ecoes chllege *~It morphed into pure addiction, out that she was shooting stuff
frcican-esricastohantfrtelniefmly," Jonitbeo es a chllng without a doubt. It was bigger than from Home Depot and Lowe's.
beeicn-Au ic n oarel notm fo th nir aiyoe 'Oh, I'm getting attention.' And, girls were still letting her
Some say that is changing. -Cost is not always a factor, Ihdawy enta esn sotte p
"Caegiingreminsan houh. her ar thse orjust cracking jokes and making That is the sickness of this. They
"Caei/n rean ntog.Thr r hs o everyone laugh. Then, I couldn't don't care. Any time a woman
essential part of the African- whom caregiving is not awakitaStrcswthupe-losntemrorndayI
Ameica faily bu asourchoce ecase f te cm-ple taking pictures. don't like this. I don't like that," the
families have become more transit is, or will be. the only option. plexity of an illness that requires Frtefrtsx ab ih rbe sisd ahidvda
and dislocated from each other, so The Family Caregiver Alliance constant medical attention. Frtefrtsx ab ih rbe sisd ahidvda
has our need for nursing and assist- defines a caregiver as "anyone who That was the case for Bishop With stories of black market butt months, it was the best. And then I person. If's so big. ed living facilities," says Karyne provides assistance to someone else Garland Hunt. Hunt's father died in injections making recent headlines was so sick of it. This has been going on for an Jones, president of the National who is, to some degree, incapacitat- 2001 at age 75, from complications -- complete with horror stories and How many inches did your hip extremely long time. The lady who Caucus and Center on Black Aged. ed and needs help performing the of dementia. Prior to that though, police crackdowns -- many are left circumference increase? And, shot me up, got shot up herself in "However, the problems lie with daily tasks essential to living a nor- Hunt says, he and his wife decided to wonder how young women after how many injections? the 1990s. It was grown women affordability and access." mal life." to place his father in a nursing facil- could allow themselves to be I didn't really measure my hips back then. Now you have 16- and
The NCBA is a Washington, Beverly Budd of Longmneadow, ity. injected with unknown substances beforehand. But, I was a size 1 at 17-year-olds stripping and getting
D.C.-based organization that Mass., is caregiver to her mother, "He di -d live with us for a while, or potentially unclean needles. my biggest, and now I can't fit into shot up. The youngest I've ever addresses the needs of elderly Oneida Frisby, who is 88. Budd but it became clear that he needed 30-year-old Vanity Wonder anything less than a size 15. I don't seen was 17, and her mother African-Americans in the areas of tends to her needs such as grocery 24-hour supervision," says Hunt, details her own experiences with know the exact number of injec- brought her. affordable housing, health and shopping and cooking meals, who is a pastor, and president of a butt injections and other life stories tions. It was definitely no less than As long as competition is
wellness, and employment. "She had surgery a couple of national prison ministry called while working as an exotic dancer 16 times and no more than 20. around, women aren't going to stop
"At one time, more often black years ago and my siblings and I felt Prison Fellowship, "He got out a in Detroit in her new book, Shot You gotta understand something coveting bett 'er bodies. If we could women were the obvious caregivers like we should put her in an assist- few times, and in one of those Girls, out this week. She spoke about butt shots. The first time, break all the mirrors in the world, for senior parents and relatives," ed living medical facility," says instances he was found near a with theGrio about some of those you can't tell. The second time, then maybe butt, shots will go Jones continues, "Now, with the Budd, who is the youngest of her creek. That could have been a trag- experiences and the surprisingly you can't tell. The third time, ehh. away. majority of African-American three siblings. "I drove her around ic situation." persistent trend. The fourth time people start to say, Last words?
women completing higher educa- and found one that she seemed to Budd and her siblings are fortu- theGrio: Mainstream America 'OK, I think she got butt Shots.' Butt injections are not going tion and being employed, there has like, but I could tell she wasn't nate in that, other than osteoarthri- tends to applaud smaller, less And, even with all of my education anywhere. And I'rd not the bad guy been a cultural shift in the role of happy about it, and I wanted her to tis, their mother has no major ail- curvier frames. What made you and feeling superior to the girls I out here making everybody get automatic caregivers in the family be happy." ments and is exceptionally alert and want yours bigger? worked with, I still didn't under- more shots.
- and we see an increased need for Now Frisby lives in a facility for spry for an octogenarian. Vanity Wonder: It was just stand anything about addiction. If There's a 'lot to be. said for the
facilities and home-health assis- seniors and those with mental or "Mom is an amazing woman," something to d. 1 grew up in a you don't know, how can you be ones that go get them, but there's a
tance more than before." physical impairments, and is Budd gushes. predominately white area, and still looking for it? lot to be said for the people who
According to the Census Bureau, thrilled that she can maintain her For families who are not as fortu- do. There were five black kids in In the book you talk about ostracize. It, doesn't mean you have there were 3.2 million African- independence, Budd says. nate as Budd's, however, the true my graduating class. Growing up, how the discussion of butt injec- to be so nasty and uncouth to let
American elders 65 and older in The caregiver role that Budd test will be finding an affordable the ideals were slender, petite, tions went from "a campfire to a me know your displeasure. My 2008. By 2050, that number will plays is a crucial one in many and feasible course of care as their slender, petite. I was a size 00. It small brush fire quickly" among butt shots don't impact anyone total 9.9 million. According to the African-American families because loved ones age. was never like I was around girls the girls, once you first got who doesn't live in my house.

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For Colored Bill Cosby in Concert cash prizes and let the audience be smooth sounds of jamming jazz. chance to win door prizes every bounces houses and inflatable's,
Girls the Play Renowned comedian Bill Cosby the judge. Friday, May 4, 7:30 p.m. For tickets and more information hour on the hour. For mbre infor- contests, a live DJ, mascots, arts &
Dr.Walon-oopr hs wven will speak on the human condition, at the Ritz Theatre and Museum, call (904) 632-5555 or email mation email crafts, tennis clinics, prizes, special family eainsis n the evlv- 829 N. Davis Street for more infor- or call (904) 264-9122. guest appearances, give-a-ways and
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Colored Girls production.It will be inay rol of9me and wopm.a Funk~est 2012 Douglas Anderson the Carnival, call Ashley Strickland
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call (904) 396-5 100. Ar akThe City of Jacksonville and local 202Metrpldta Mayk 11eanurd arthsat Ritz for Douglas Anderson, Annual Job Fair
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present "Conservation, Fashion, Art" cultural destination that showcases Fresh, Charlie Wilson, Ledisi, historically black schools are invit- Corrne Brownm will host her Annual Day at the Library and will include an Eco Latino fashion the unique diversity of our planet, Erykah Badu, Loose Endz and ed to meet at the Ritz Theatre and Job and Resource Fair from 9:00
The Armis Club of Jacksonville show on Laura Street, and a and puts the wonderful sights, more. Tickets can be purchased at Museum to see the new exhibit, a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Prime F. are hosting Family Game Days at Jacksonville Bike Coalition presenta- sudand tastes of different local Metro PCS locations. "More Than a Game: African Osborn Convention Center downvarious library branches around the tion of a bike to Mayor Brown, saonswti orrah ii American Sports in Jacksonville, town. Last year more than 14,000
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Michael Ealy Breaks Down 'Think Like A Man,'[

Relationships And His Return To Broadway__by Brennan Willaims, HP the women have been using the a great character arc. sought out any books in the past ___________________________Dating -- it has been compared to book's advice in their relationships. Q: Did you incorporate any to help step your game up?Densodawntdbauhris
a battlefield, a hypnotic trance and During a recent interview with past dating experiences into the No, I wasn't smart enough to read Dni da atdb uhrte
to dessert. For actor Michael Ealy, The Huffington Post, Ealy iscussed role? relationship books when I was corn- Wl okwosawne a gi.Nn
h i s preparing for the role, relationship I definitely paid homage to a few ing up. I learned everything the other than Dennis Rodman.
advice and his return to Broadway. people that I dated in my past who hard way. And I, like Dominic, Plc r erhn o omnbcueh'
Q: What are your thoughts I've met and felt like, "Okay, you're would listen to my dumb-ass hasn't paid child support. Rodman owes
of "Think Like A Man" a dreamer, you just don't have the friends. At a certain point you're $7,0 nbc hl upr.A vnbg
after watching it for the execution right now." There's some- like, "I got this, thank you!" ger problem for the worm is that he owes the
first time? thing very beautiful and compelling Next month marks the premiere dough in Florida, which jails deadbeat dads.
As an actor, to about someone who has ambition of your new USA series, "Common After police hook Rodman up, he can bail out
watch yourself on and someone who knows what they Law," what can fans expect? for $4,949.95 -or he can stay mn jail and buy
that big screen want, but it can get a little frustrat- afa cen
thefirt tme ng t tmes soI udertan tht. Thy cn epec toseea ittle bit By the way, Rodman is also a wanted man because he failed to show
~that I see it, have sympathy for that. And so I more of the action/comedy mixture. u o i atcidspothaig
/I'm always a tried to play him accordingly, I tried Obviously there's a little bit of Rodman's longtime lawyers, Bradford Cohen and Vanessa Prieto, tell
big critic of to give him a little bit of vulnerabil- drama because we are detectives TMZ ... they'll walk Dennis into court this AM to "clear it all up." The what I've ity and a dreamer's sensibility. He's and we are doing cop work. But my lawyers say Dennis was never properly served with legal papers, so he done. But just one of the boys. He's not a detective partner and I are in cou- hdn dateewsahaig sfrntpyn i hl upr
what I real- standout guy, so he listens to his ple's counseling, so there's a certain we'll see what the lawyers say about that. ly got out boys for all kinds of bad advice. But amount of vulnerability and hi-jinx One final thing. Rodman owes more than $800,000 in back child supof i wa do't e al? Lauhs]thatjus enues Bu ulimaely port to his ex-wife, Michelle Rodman. Dennis says he can't afford to
watching Q: In your opinion do you think what you'll realize in watching this pytetb
the dynam- more women should think like series is that all relationships are Sony Wants Jaden Smith for Teen
ics between men? pretty much the same. And the kind Assasin Role
the other cou- Not really. I think women should of issues that we face as detectives Sony Pictures and Will Smith's ples, which have insight as to how men think. are similar to what the other mar- Overbrook Entertainment are in early talks really kind of Just like men should have insight tied couples out there are facing, or to acquire film rights to Allen Zadoff's made the movie into how women think. One of the the brother and sister, or the brother novel "Boy Nobody," with plans to develso much fun to things that this movie does is, and brother are facing. op it as a starring vehicle for Jaden Smith.
watch. You really fall everybody looks at the dating game Relationships are universal. "Boy Nobody" is the first in a planned for these characters and as just that: a game. But with this Q: Earlier in your career you young adult trilogy about a brainwashedtat's a testament to good movie we bring you through that had a brief stint on Broadway. teenage assassin who starts to regain his ~ performances and good with the gamesmanship and "I'm Can fans expect you to return emotions. Little, Brown will publish the
directing. doing this and you're doing that," anytime soon? novel next spring.
Q: How would you describe and all of that chess-playing back Yes. I will try to get back there The book's main character is reminiscent of a teenage Jason Bourne, I a t e s t your character, Dominic? and forth. But what brings this within the next year or so. I'm try- with Zadoff describing him as a "young soldier trained not to feel; who
role in the forthcoming movie Dominic is the dreamer, and he movie home in the end is the fact ing to find a way to get back to could function in every situation without fear, sympathy or anger; who
"Think Like A Man" casts the mys- finds himself in love with Lauren, that everyone feels a sense of con- Broadway, I am. could assassinate strangers and then walk away emotionally
terious dance of love as a game to who is a very career-driven woman, nection with the other person, Q: What dream role would you unscathed." be won. and basically is having a really hard which surmounts the gamesman- like to play on stage? -wIKevin Hart Tapped for Essence Festival
Based on Steve Harvey's best- time finding his focus and his drive ship. And everybody is able to put I could say it, but it'll be in con- Comedian and actor Kevin Hart has been added
selling book, "Act Like A Lady, to execute what he wants out of life. the games away and be themselves flict with what's coming out on to the main stage lineup for the 2012 Essence
Think Like A Man," the Tim Story- In meeting his muse, who's played and that's where they find the true stage right now. And what has hap- Music Festival in New Orleans.
directed flick follows four friends by Taraji [P. Henson], the character connection. pened already on Broadway. But Organizers say Hart, hot on the heels of his
as they plan to get even with their of Lauren, he finds the execution, Q: With the movie being based there are three roles that I wanted to starring role in last weekend's No. 1 film, "Think
girlfriends when it comes out that he finds the self-motivation. It's just on a relationship book, have you do. Like a Man," will debut his comedic talents during the festival scheduled for July 6-8 at the
Men oveFor ardwit Bahelo DicriinaionLaw uitSuperdome. Hart joins a lineup that includes
Men oveFor ardwit Bahelo Dicri inaionLawuitAretha Franklin, Mary J. Blige, Charlie Wilson,
contestants turned away based on abrest of Hurd's attempt to become Ledisi, Fantasia, and Eve.
race, then asked, "How do you a Bachelor, but affirmed that Tefsia rwmr hn4200atnesls er
explain zero [Bachelors and "there's a lot to be done and that Deion's Date with
Bachelorettes of color] for 23 [sea- this is a case that goes beyond Tracey Edmonds Spurs sons? what's going with his campaign." Assault from Wife R
"The ripple of that form of dis- The men refused to discuss their Guess who was spotted on a date? akcrimination is very powerful in this financial goals for the case. Instead, Deion Sanders and Tracey
country," Mehri continued, noting Mehri insisted, "This case is impact Edmonds. that ABC and the producers of The litigation.., it can be a vehicle for Yes, the ex-wife of Babyface and Bachelor "are sending a message of change." They suggested making NFL Network analyst & football '
exclusiveness of denying people the show's casting semi-finals Hall of Fame member were hang- K
opportunity and that has a nega- "more inclusive" so that "hopefully ing out at the Broadway play, "A tive effect on this country that we the top candidates will emerge, and Streetcar Name Desire." plan today to start to turn around. some of those candidates will be The show stars Nicole Ari Parker, This is a case about hope and people of diverse backgrounds." Blair Underwood and Wood Harris. change. We believe we have con- On a less serious note, Perkins In fact, the pair walked the red carcrete solutions about how to make noted that still single Claybrooks pet together at the premiere. this show... into a kind of show that and Johnson are already fielding But wait, let's not jump to concluwill be inclusive, will be diverse, heavy interests beyond their news sions because the two are said to be "working on a production togeh
Nashville natives Nathaniel Mike Fleiss' insistence that the and will better reflect this country." value, joking, "We've already had er." We can't help but wonder how Deion's deranged, er, estranged Claybrooks and Christopher show does not get a enough appli- Offered Mehri's co-counsel Byron calls from people who want to wife, Pilar, thinks about that. Johnson followed through with cants of color was 'just pretext. We Perkins, "Quite frankly, if we had interview them over dinner." Obviously not to good. According to the Colin County Jail website,
ther trea tofil aclas atio thnk he puposly o nt wntone, we probably wouldn't be here Warner Horizon Television, one Pilar was booked days after for "assault family violence." Sanders lawsuit against ABC and the pro- people of color on this show." He today just one." of the producers of The Bachelor, claim his wife was jumped, in the home they share, by she and her
duces o Th Bahelr fancise saidof is liets,"Thse wo en- Whether that "one"' will be responded to the allegations saying friend. Their children were witnesses to the incident to which she has ducer of-he4ahlo franchise;_ said. of his clints "Thes tw e- Afican-American Portland sport- they are "baseless and without denied the charges.

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