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For Immediate Release: Community Activist Leadership to hold Press Conference/ Peace Vigil outside of the Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s Office in Honor of Laquan McDonald

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Activist still believe-To watch a 17-year-old young man die in such a violent manner is simply disturbing and they have absolutely no doubt that this video did rip open the hearts of all Chicagoans.” Many have argued the video alone is enough to determine that Van Dyke “acted inappropriately” when he fatally shot McDonald, though most who view it describe the footage as “graphic and violent” and “difficult to watch.”

For those who live in Chicagoland and surrounding communities-official efforts to change the underlying conditions on the two year anniversary of Laquan’s death have not changed. The violence—in homes, schools, and neighborhoods continues to grow have and official efforts have largely failed as we now reach and surpass historical levels of homicides. A group of community leaders and activist will hold a press conference tomorrow at Chicago City Hall because they still believe the officials all the way up to Mayor Rahm Emmanuel are still responsible for the cover up of the murder of Laquan Mcdonald- More specifically-they want to send a clear message, that simple says, “we still haven’t forgotten.”

 Leading Social Justice organizations involved are Chicago Violence Interrupters, Freedom First International, The Chicago SCLC, Black Lives Matter along with a growing list others.

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Recent initiatives to address

Recent – Demand Justice, Request Mayor to resign and community to get involved two years after the shooting.

Community Violence Prevention on the Chicago (South-side) and abroad

Change Perceptions of People of Color and others in the political system.

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WHAT: Press Conference to discuss Dissatisfaction with the Official Effort to Prevent Community Violence on the Anniversary of LaQuan McDonald 

WHERE: City Hall (5th Floor) • 121 N LaSalle St, Chicago, Illinois 60602

WHEN: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2016 at 10:00 a.m

WHO:  Civil Rights Leader Gregg L Greer, Civil Rights Leader Tio Hardiman, Black Lives Matters, Freedom First International

WHY: Much needed public effort to combat Chicago community violence / police violence

PHOTO/STORY OPP:  Civil Right Organizers

AREA of INTEREST: Public Safety

Contact: Gregg L, Greer-Lead Activist-Media Adviser 321 355-0598 or gregggreer72@gmail.com

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For Immediate Release: Community Leadership to hold Press Conference outside of the University of Chicago to Call Chicago Violence a Public Health Epidemic (Crisis)

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(Press Conference-at U of C call for action )

 

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For those who live in Chicagoland and surrounding communities-official efforts to change the underlying conditions that contribute to violence—in homes, schools, and neighborhoods have largely failed as we now reach and surpass historical levels of homicides.  There is a strong and growing base, grounded in research and experiential evidence (practitioner and community wisdom) that supports this fact. A group of community leaders and activist will hold a press conference tomorrow at the University of Chicago because they believe  that violence is preventable, not inevitable- if the correct tools and resources are in place. More specifically, The community knows what it takes to prevent violence.

Coming off of a violent Memorial Day weekend, Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson did strike a similar theme in a speech to the City Club of Chicago, bemoaning the senselessness of all the shootings, the department’s fractured relationship with the community and the broken judicial system that is too much a revolving door for the most dangerous criminals. Johnson also lamented a gang culture that sinks its hooks into youngsters in Chicago’s most dangerous neighborhoods “almost at birth,” he said.”So by the time they’re 12, their destiny is set,” he told a few hundred civic leaders. “It’s either prison or death.”

Recognizing violence as a crucial prevention issue for health and equity,  an organization comprised of activist, community organizers, and leaders-all who already have made a major commitment to helping city devise comprehensive plans and strategies for reducing and preventing violence are calling for their effort to categorize Violence as a Public health epidemic will catalyze national momentum. They intend to launch their efforts by asking for support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The University of Chicago, and other major public institutions. Leading Social Justice organizations involved are Chicago Violence Interrupters, Freedom First International, The Chicago SCLC, along with a growing list others. In addition the group will announce further efforts to organize around this effort, as well as a online public petition.

 

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Recent initiatives to address

Recent – Demand Justice, Request Institutions and Think Tanks to get involved.

Community Violence Prevention on the Chicago (South-side) and abroad

Change Perceptions of People of Color and others in the political system.

Key

WHAT: Press Conference to discuss Dissatisfaction with the Official Effort to Prevent Community Violence

WHERE: Department of Psychology (outside) • University of Chicago 5848 S. University Avenue • Chicago, IL 60637

WHEN: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 11:30am

WHO:  Civil Rights Leader Gregg L Greer, Civil Rights Leader Tio Hardiman and others

WHY: Much needed public effort to combat Chicago community violence

PHOTO/STORY OPP:  Civil Right Organizers

AREA of INTEREST: Public Safety

Contact: Gregg L, Greer-Lead Activist-Media Adviser

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For Immediate Release: Press Conference-Break Every Chain-National Day of Action/ Ongoing-effort to combat Chicago Police Brutality

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Break Every Chain-National Day of Action/ Ongoing-effort to combat Chicago Police Brutality
(Press Conference at CPD Headquarters 3510 S. Michigan Chicago)

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Chicago, IL

A Press Conference is scheduled in Chicago on Friday 8-5-16 at CPD Headquarters Station on 3510 South Michigan in Chicago at 8:00 am. Expect announcements. Members of The Midwest Coalition for Social Justice and Peace Freedom First International, including The Violence Interrupters, and Southern Christian Leadership Conference-Chicago and others.

Locally: The group also plans to address opinions concerning the most recent the Police Brutality Case=where community outrage is currently growing after Chicago police shot an 18-year-old man, Paul O’Neal, as he was in a car that drove away from a traffic stop. The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office has determined that O’Neal was shot in the back. Also for local Mention will be the growing community violence statistics. As well as ongoing issues with CPD reform. We also plan to touch base on the local effort to fight against the recently proposed Chicago Blue Lives Matters Ordinance.

Nationally: In Chicago, Atlanta and Texas and a growing list other cities_on Saturday August 6, 2016 staring 12:00 Noon-people in various communities will find a Department of Justice or a police station or other option. To issue a National Day of Action where (organizations) are saying the Justice Department has to admit that it’s experiment in refusal to prosecute the “Bad Cops’” who have killed innocent civilians is leading to a National crisis. The Department of Justice better known as the D.O.J has failed. In the Aftermath-The results equal the death of accountability, of justice, and of deterrence. The result is a wave of crime against civilians in which these murderers continue to harm the public and further inaction from the D.O.J will only increase these crimes.

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Many believe, The U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch and the courts cannot continue to ignore the fact that we (community) need policy emphasizing efforts to prosecute bad cops and the refusal is causing a national epidemic. So on August 6, 2016 from 11:00 am until (most locations will do a moment of silence) – coalition members and the public will take matters into our own hands. We move! We Break Every Chain! Police Brutality, Department of Justice, Political and any source of oppression to our people.

Members included are: Freedom First International, The Violence Interrupters, and members of Southern Christian Leadership Conference as well as multiple organizations and groups abroad will be present to stand up and insist on changing the landscape of our civil rights around our country-How it works is simple- On August 6-7, Find a D.O.J Office, meeting place, and a Police Station in your area and stand in solidarity!

Chicago: Break Every Chain Location: TBA-To be announced at Press Conference

Atlanta: Break Every Chain Location: Rev. Lionel Gantt (Atlanta)

U. S. Department of Justice–Atlanta Office –104 Marietta Street — Atlanta, GA Saturday, August 6 at 12 PM – 3 PM in EDT

Rev. Lionel Gantt of the SCLC Stop the Violence and Incarceration campaign will speak on “Justice or Just Us”. For all who wish to speak at the press conference on behalf of your Peace, Justice, etc. group, please Contact Rev. Gantt: https://www.facebook.com/ganttlionelpastor. This is a 100% Peacebuilding and Non-violence public event.

to share this event, please visit:https://www.facebook.com/events/518339691702061/.

Texas: Break Every Chain Location: Reverend Kyev Tatum (Fort Worth)

Knights of Columbus 2625 S. Cooper St. Arlington TX 76015-Justice for Christian Taylor

“From 2009 to 2015, 6 Black Men Killed by Law Enforcement In 6 Years And All 6 Were Unarmed,” says Reverend Kyev Tatum, White House Ally for the My Brother’s Keeper Community Challenge:https://northtexan.unt.edu/content/my-brothers-keeper

Michael Jacobs, Kelvin Goldston, Christian Taylor, Charal Thomas, Jermaine Dardin and Jonathan Paul are the six African American men named in a Federal complaint.

According to Reverend Kyev Tatum, “This is the worst case of gross law enforcement negligence I’ve worked on in over three decades
The ongoing protests in communities around the country have ignited a national conversation about the persistent and widespread pattern of racially discriminatory treatment by police across the United States, including unjustified stops and searches, ill treatment and excessive, and sometimes lethal, use of force.

According to an ongoing petition from Amnesty International:

The U.S. government must do more to ensure policing practices nationwide are brought into line with international human rights standards, including the use of lethal force, and to address systemic racial discrimination. The Department of Justice has failed to collect accurate, comprehensive national data on police use of force, including the numbers of people killed or injured through police shootings or other types of force.
Again-Thus far locations to be announced include Chicago, Atlanta, Texas_Thus far.

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Community Social Justice on the Chicago (South-side) and abroad

Change Perceptions of People of Color and others Due to unfair Community Policing Policies

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WHAT: Press Conference to discuss Break Every Chain, Blue Lives Matters Ordinance, Police Brutality

WHERE: Chicago Police Headquarters-3510 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60653

WHEN: Press Conference Friday, August 5, 2016 at 8:00 am

WHO: Civil Rights Leader Gregg L Greer-President of the Freedom First International (SCLC), Civil Rights Leader Tio Hardiman-President of Violence Interrupters, and others.

WHY: “Negative Violence is an issue that needs change.”

PHOTO/STORY OPP: Civil Rights activist groups standing against the Bad Police Policy, both locally and nationally.

AREA of INTEREST: Civil Rights / Human Rights / City Policy /Criminal Justice Law / Social Justice

Contact: Gregg L, Greer-Lead Activist-Media Advisor-321 355-0598 or gregggreer72@gmail.com

Break Every Chain-National Day of Action/ Ongoing-effort to combat Chicago Police Brutality
(Press Conference at CPD Headquarters 3510 S. Michigan Chicago)

For Immediate Release: Community Activist Rally to “Stand Down against “Blue Lives Matters.”

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For Immediate Release: Community Activist Rally to “Stand Down against “Blue Lives Matters.”

(Press Conference at City Hall 2nd Floor, July 22, 2016)

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7/22/16 
Chicago, IL

This afternoon-Friday July 22, 2016 at 12:00 noon-The Freedom First International (SCLC), Southern Christian Leadership Conference (Chicago), Violence Interrupters, along with other Community Activist (groups) will conduct Press Conference at City Hall calling for the local (south side) Chicago community to come together in a effort to stop the blue lives matters ordinance. The group also plans to give Alderman Burkes office a demand letter to request that further plans to produce this “unfavorable”  ordinance immediately stop.

Chicago Alderman Ed Burke wants the justice system to treat attacks against police officers and firefighters like “hate crimes.” Which is routinely an instant felony

Burke proposed his “Blue Lives Matter” ordinance last month. It would give harsher penalties and fines for offenses committed against current or past police officers, firefighters, and emergency first responders.

The coalition of activists say that’s an attack on their First Amendment rights. We also say it’s a distraction from the real problem -specifically when it comes to abusive police officers.

While the City of Chicago is in the midst of reform and a Department of Justice investigation- this is bad for the City’s and CPD’s public image and further degrades public trust. It time to put these issues away because they are anti-community. Shame on Burke and anyone who supports this ordinance-the group intends to send Alderman Burke and members of the City Council a clear message. NO BLUE LIVES MATTER!

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Recent initiatives to address

Recent Issue with City Policy, ect

Community Social Justice  on the Chicago (South-side) and abroad

Change Perceptions of People of Color and others Due to unfair Community Policing Policies  

Key

WHAT: Press Conference to discuss Dissatisfaction with the Proposed Blue Lives Matters Ordinance 

WHERE: Chicago City Hall 121 N. LaSalle St. Chicago, IL 60602-2nd Floor

WHEN: Friday, July 22, 2016 at 12:00 noon

WHO:  Civil Rights Leader Gregg L Greer, Civil Rights Leader Tio Hardiman, 

WHY: “Negative of Gun Violence can change overnight if organized Chicago.” 

PHOTO/STORY OPP: Civil Rights activist groups standing against the Bad Police Policy, both locally and nationally. Citizens looking for Reform

AREA of INTEREST: Civil Rights / Human Rights / City Policy /Criminal Justice Law

Contact: Gregg L, Greer-Lead Activist-Media Advisor-321 355-0598  or  gregggreer72@gmail.com

Chicago! The Death of Chandra Foreman. The Chicago Killing Fields are thirsty for Blood! When will our Lives matter

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Chandra Foreman was the last person murdered by gunfire in the Month of June in Chicago. Foreman had went to her job at Comcast early that day, where her co-workers had decorated her desk and held a party in honor of her 37th birthday on Thursday June 30, 2016.

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Foreman was shot and killed and four others were wounded when a gold Buick with four people inside pulled up about 9:45 p.m. in the 9500 block of South Loomis Ave,when two gunmen opened fire from the back seat, according to Chicago Police.

According to Cathy Gerald, a friend who was immediately told about the shooting inside Foreman’s car, and also the three other people were shot on the front porch of Foreman’s aunt’s home. Gerald said her cousin, whose wife was also shot, called and informed her about the shooting. The cousin didn’t know if Foreman had been struck, but when Gerald arrived at the crime scene she was more then shocked, “I knew she was gone,” Gerald said. “She was gone.” in reference to Foreman.

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Foreman died while being transported to Holy Cross Hospital with a gunshot wound to the head, police said. She (Gerald) was told that two groups (possibly gangs) were shooting from either end of the block and believes Foreman was struck while she was waiting inside her car outside the house.

“I didn’t get to talk to her today,” Gerald said. “I sent her a text and wished her a happy birthday.” The unfortunate thing is Foreman died on her birthday.

Police said the shooting was gang-related. Even more unfortunate is the fact that no one is in custody at this time.

Despite the efforts of the Police to control the communities, 2016 is on pace to become one of the most violent and bloody periods in the past 20 years. We would ask for people to understand that Chicago has been in the spotlight with nearly 2,000 shooting victims, some of them among the 331 homicides, in the first half of the year, according to trusted data. In all of 2015, there were a total of 490 homicides.

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Many groups including-The Midwest Coalition for Social Justice and Peace has been formed to research the global needs of the community and find ways to bridge this divide.   For my part, I will say that public confidence in the job of the Chicago Police Department remains at a all time low-especially in communities of color. As long as the trust barrier exist and people are not motivated and do not believe in community policing-then people and communities will suffer.

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DANGER: Are you a Revolutionary, an Ignorant Fascist or just a plain ole Fool!

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I’ve spent the past year back in Chicago, and the past ten years around the country working toward positive civil rights campaigns. As a leader I’ve directly participated in a few of the major modern historical civil rights campaigns across the country. Examples being Tamir Rice, as Advocacy leader, The George Stinney Jr. Case as an Advocacy Leader. I have fought against Stand Your ground in Florida,  as the leader I’ve  organized multiple Police Brutality campaigns in Chicago and around the nation. I never liken myself to be a revolutionary-because I know the commitment and force needed to take on such a title, but subjectively I possibly could use this title. Hmmm!
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Recent 2016 Black and White Picture of me and other’s protesting the Chicago P.D.
In any case-at this point I believe I am qualified to address the issue of those who subjectively claim that they are revolutionaries because they seem to lead the youth and others that they represent into a downward spiral of false idealism’s, rising tempers, growing arrogance and misplaced self-confidence. This “toxic,” combination becomes so dangerous that they lead some to arrest (jail) or even those who lose their lives, unnecessarily in every instance.
Let’s look at the historical work of at least One “True,” Revolutionary to see what they would say about this subject.
A True Revolutionary: Do not enjoy the Comforts of unjust system that they don’t believe in: 
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Two new books open a window on “Che” Guevara (above) and his quixotic quest to remake the world and on his comrades who, like him, were, as he wrote, “willing to forgo every comfort to fight for another country” and to follow him into the worst abysses, from Zaire to Bolivia. 
  
Unrealistic Wannabe’s: Complain, Complain, and Complain but still live in comfort-Still go to school, still use the churches and courts, and will call the police in a hot “New York” minute. Yet and still they claim to be anti police or a police abolitionist. Hmmmmm!
Any true revolution is considered an event which has a major impact on changing the political, economic or social structure of society – usually in a short space of time. A revolution may be violent or peaceful in order to achieve its aims. The aims of revolutions are usually tied to an ideology, e.g. Communism, liberalism or related to national independence.
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Unrealistic Wannabe’s: If your idea of revolution is to pick up a sign and simply protest on a downtown street about government or an “alleged,” mistreatment but you always stand behind someone else’s movement or action- then please ask yourself is the trend setting movement worthy of your time or anyone else’s for that matter.
Mostly importantly fighting-for human rights is a high level challenge-you should know that most fanatics psychologically are unable to “back down, and admit defeat, ” They may cause you more harm them good. Those who don’t strategize or who have no true method to their cause, should at best consider just calling themselves activist or maybe a cult in truth. Whatever you decide, please really think about, who you are and your reason for participating.
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WE MUST LEARN FROM HISTORY-there is a fine line between revolutionary thinker or Fascists, and a fool!
During the 2nd World War, the Nazis’ used revolutionary and nationalistic propaganda to win over most German Nationals-But soon thereafter anti-Jewish campaigns increased in scale and ferocity. In the invasion and occupation of Poland, German troops shot thousands of Polish Jews, confined many to ghettos where they starved to death and began sending others to death camps in various parts of Poland, where they were either killed immediately or forced into slave labor. In 1941, when Germany invaded the Soviet Union, Nazi death squads machine-gunned tens of thousands of Jews in the western regions of Soviet Russia. Unfortunately many of the Natural Germans who fell into the evil flow of Nazis Party and promoted German nationalism and anti-Semitism-paid highly for their critical misstep, when Nazis Party felled-even to the extent that Germany has changed forever to date. 
As it is said genuine revolutionaries, whether they fail or succeed, often win the hearts of the world’s romantic and idealistic, especially the young, who admire in them their passionate rejection of an unjust economic and social order which they insist causes so much hopelessness and needless death. Ernesto “Che” Guevara, “probably the most genuine revolutionary leader,” as even Henry Kissinger admitted in his memoirs, inspired such admiration–admiration that can be seen still in the banners and T-shirts worn by a younger generation seeking to protest “globalization.”
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Question: Are you willing to die for it?

In the end that Latin America is still, as Guevara complained, “torn asunder by hunger, poverty, disease, injustice and hatred. In this sense, Guevara’s awesome offering may be found in the lessons of his short life.
For my part I have to say, “unless you are willing to live your life, give your life and everything else to fight for cause-don’t tell me you are a revolutionary, and stop leading the youth and others astray because then you become an enemy: Word to the wise!     
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Curbing Chicago Violence Project Editorial (Part One)

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While Gun violence affects society in many ways, including higher medical costs, reductions in quality of life because of fear of gun violence and stresses on the criminal justice system. The United States has the highest rate of gun-related injuries among developed countries, as well as the highest rate of gun ownership. Psychologists and other public health scientists are working to develop effective methods to reduce gun violence, but political opposition has created barriers to government support for  research.
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Chicago has been plagued with violence in April 2016 alone there were 36 Murders
 
However, when curbing Chicago violence according to our partners who agree that all homicides-all murders represent a degree of human suffering – direct and indirect – that cannot be ignored. Attention must be paid to each life lost, not merely a selected but-our goal is to tell the story of every murder in the city, so that together we might fight the tendency to view homicides as just another rising or falling number, like mortgage rates or batting averages but the human story of tragic human lives lost, that adds weight down hard on an already struggling community.
 
In the days ahead it is the intent of http://www.oneworld01.com to help bring a sharp focus to the growing homicide level in Chicago, IL  it is our attention that if we can’t make the killing stop-we want to bring justice to the families, when that doesn’t work we want to help with the healing process. Also if the gun violence level in Chicago can come down then we can replicate the steps anywhere in the world.
 
There were 36 murders this past April, one more than in April 2015, the Chicago Police Department said this past Sunday. In the first four months of 2016, there have been 175 murders—51 in January, 43 in February, 45 in March and 36 in April, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
 
The final homicide of the month was a man killed he got into a shootout with a teenager Saturday afternoon in the South Side Washington Park neighborhood.
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Over the next few weeks Freedom First International (We Rise Above Bullets) , The Violence Interrupters in partnership with the Guilty in Innocence Project other community groups-will begin serious conversations and initiatives around Chicago and Northwest Indiana on how to “stop the gun violence in Chicagoland” Please advise via inbox or comments section if you like to join this dialog or facilitate. Put the guns down Chicago!

In Mermoriam

We want to end with a photo memorial of all the lives lost to the tragedy Gun Violence.
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See photos from: (Data Collected by Homicide Watch Chicago)

Deitrick Stogner
April 30, 2016

Lamar Watson
April 30, 2016

Glenn Wheeler
April 26, 2016

Pierre Johnson
April 26, 2016

Davharea Wilson
April 25, 2016

Devin Hamb
April 24, 2016

Davon Barrett
April 25, 2016

Justin T. Bowman
April 24, 2016

Darrell Wilson
April 24, 2016

Tiara M. Parks
April 23, 2016

Gino Carrasco
April 23, 2016

Kenneth Allen
April 22, 2016

Jason Napoles
April 19, 2016

Michael Williams Jr.
April 19, 2016

Damond A. Dawson
April 19, 2016

Fredrick Lee Blount
April 17, 2016

Andrew H. Haynes
April 16, 2016

Pierre Payne
April 15, 2016

Raymond Pryor IV
April 15, 2016

Davion Spivey
April 13, 2016

Arturo Pina
April 11, 2016

Dennis Bradford III
April 10, 2016

Lauren Membreno
April 9, 2016

Ramon Ramirez
April 8, 2016

Jonathan B. Sanchez
April 7, 2016

Deandre Trotter
April 7, 2016

Diangelo Black
April 9, 2016

Marcus Smith
April 7, 2016

Marvin Lee
April 7, 2016

Gerwancey Rambus
April 6, 2016

Aurelio Guzman
April 6, 2016

Babette Miller
April 5, 2016

Anthony Heatherly
April 4, 2016

Angel J. Ortiz Jr.
April 3, 2016

Petro Rymar
April 1, 2016

William C. George
April 1, 2016

Demetrius DJ Tolliver
March 31, 2016

Dejenaba A. Altman
March 31, 2016

Mario E. Guzman
March 31, 2016

Luis Gonzalez
March 30, 2016

Alejandro Velazquez-Perez
March 30, 2016

Brion Barlow
March 30, 2016

Cashes McCree
March 29, 2016

Cordero Mosley
March 26, 2016

Andrew Love
March 25, 2016

Antonio Robert Johnson
March 23, 2016

Mario Ramirez Jr.
March 23, 2016

Armani Dickinson
March 23, 2016

Jarvis Coleman
March 22, 2016

Alcarez C. Reyes
March 22, 2016

Marcus Smith
March 21, 2016

Christian Ortiz
March 20, 2016

Marteace Tiffith
March 20, 2016

Jeanette Laureano
March 18, 2016

Lorenzo Lonnell Lancaster
March 18, 2016

Tyree D. Grant
March 18, 2016

Lucas Spicer
March 17, 2016

Kenneth Renaldo Brown
March 16, 2016

Victor Navarrette
March 15, 2016

Antoine Crowder
March 15, 2016

Charis Vernell Eaton Jr.
March 15, 2016

Taylor Flowers
March 15, 2016

Marvelle Arnold
March 14, 2016

Andre Taylor
March 13, 2016

Ricardo Montes
March 12, 2016

William Smith
March 11, 2016

Terall Adams
March 11, 2016

Orlando Porter
March 11, 2016

Paul Woods
March 10, 2016

Askie Wajd
March 10, 2016

Ronald Thomas
March 9, 2016

Cesar Perez
March 9, 2016

Daysha Wright
March 9, 2016

Gerardo Rodriguez
March 8, 2016

Maurice K. Calvin
March 7, 2016

Wavey Brown
March 4, 2016

Courtney Copeland
March 4, 2016

Darrin Joss
March 2, 2016

Tommie L. Pledge
March 2, 2016

Natyia Kyrell Bowen
March 2, 2016

William Bustos
March 1, 2016

Fredrick Brown
March 1, 2016

Eric D. Henry Jr.
Feb. 27, 2016

Shari Graham
Feb. 26, 2016

Djuan Williams
Feb. 24, 2016

Shawndale Neal
Feb. 24, 2016

Diamond Rashaun Garner
Feb. 23, 2016

Jesus Reyes-Ortiz
Feb. 22, 2016

Nicholas Sion Robinson
Feb. 22, 2016

Kamil Shamji
Feb. 22, 2016

Carlos James Hemphill Jr.
Feb. 21, 2016

Raheem L. Robinson
Feb. 21, 2016

Maricela Villegas
Feb. 20, 2016

Brian Johnson
Feb. 20, 2016

Terrell Sykes
Feb. 20, 2016

Richard Thrasher
Feb. 18, 2016

Tiana Brown
Feb. 17, 2016

Jonathan Luna
Feb. 16, 2016

Iaron Brooks
Dec. 22, 2015

Rashawn Gooden Jr.
Feb. 16, 2016

Steven Tate
Feb. 14, 2016

Jeremy D. Hunter
Feb. 14, 2016

Lawrence Campbell III
Feb. 14, 2016

Terrell Peters
Feb. 14, 2016

Vincent Avila
Feb. 13, 2016

Latania Anderson
Feb. 13, 2016

Lorenzo Garcia
Feb. 13, 2016

Reginald Bonner
Feb. 11, 2016

Lazane Clark
Feb. 10, 2016

Hassan Childs
Feb. 10, 2016

James Lewis
Feb. 8, 2016

Aaren Nicole O’Connor
Feb. 7, 2016

Marques Gaines
Feb. 7, 2016

Dwight Hughes Jr.
Feb. 7, 2016

Matthew M. Williams
Feb. 6, 2016

Tony Jones
Feb. 4, 2016

John Mackey
Feb. 4, 2016

Rosaura Martinez
Feb. 4, 2016

Maria Herminia Martinez
Feb. 4, 2016

Noe Martinez Sr.
Feb. 4, 2016

Alexis Cruz
Feb. 4, 2016

Noe Martinez Jr.
Feb. 4, 2016

Leonardo Cruz
Feb. 4, 2016

Maria Ramos
Feb. 4, 2016

Martel Anderson
Feb. 3, 2016

Hector Del Rio
Feb. 2, 2016

Matabias Biles
Feb. 2, 2016

Paul C. Sappington
Feb. 1, 2016

Edward Flowers
Feb. 1, 2016

Alan Garcia
Jan. 31, 2016

Roberto Sanchez
Jan. 31, 2016

Charles Smith
Jan. 31, 2016

Reginald Brown
Jan. 31, 2016

Floyd Hodges
Jan. 30, 2016

DeMorrow Stephens
Jan. 30, 2016

Damon Allen Jr.
Jan. 30, 2016

Martice White
Jan. 29, 2016

Algie Ferguson
Jan. 28, 2016

Jermiron ‘Jay’Morris
Jan. 28, 2016

Allen R. Levin
Jan. 27, 2016

Lester Weatherspoon
Jan. 27, 2016

Robert Howard Jr.
Jan. 26, 2016

Cory D. Brown
Jan. 26, 2016

Ricardo Villanueva
Jan. 26, 2016

Claude Cannon
Jan. 26, 2016

Senclair Hill
Jan. 25, 2016

Torrance Dortch
Jan. 25, 2016

David Martinez
Jan. 25, 2016

Trevon C. Stiger
Jan. 25, 2016

Davon Horace
Jan. 25, 2016

Orlando McArther
Jan. 24, 2016

Alphonzo Guinyard
Jan. 24, 2016

Derrius Lares
Jan. 23, 2016

Courtney Taylor
Jan. 23, 2016

Juan C. Gonzalez
Jan. 21, 2016

Deante Dale
Jan. 21, 2016

Martell Howard
Jan. 21, 2016

Lionell Williams
Jan. 20, 2016

Giovani Salgado
Jan. 19, 2016

Rene Ramirez
Jan. 17, 2016

Henry Cruz
Jan. 16, 2016

Quintae Little
Jan. 16, 2016

Corey Ferguson
Jan. 16, 2016

George Anderson
Jan. 15, 2016

Michael L. Fernandez
Jan. 14, 2016

Phillip Dupree
Jan. 13, 2016

Elliott Brown
Jan. 13, 2016

Antonio Pollards
Jan. 13, 2016

Ronell Andrews
Jan. 11, 2016

William Larson
Jan. 9, 2016

Keshawn Marzette
Jan. 9, 2016

Erick L. Lacey
Jan. 9, 2016

Matthew Ehrenberg
Jan. 8, 2016

Darius C.E. Brown
Jan. 8, 2016

Raymon Blount
Jan. 8, 2016

Pablo Ulloa
Jan. 8, 2016

David Gonzalez
Jan. 7, 2016

Erskin Palm
Jan. 7, 2016

Franklin Carlos Aguilar
Jan. 6, 2016

Ronald Jerome Clarke
Jan. 5, 2016

Jonathan Jimenez
Jan. 5, 2016

Sakinah Reed
Jan. 5, 2016

Donta Parker
Jan. 5, 2016

Georgio Edward Byrd Jr.
Nov. 18, 2015

Jose Rodriguez
Jan. 5, 2016

Jeffrey A. Mattix Jr.
Jan. 4, 2016

Antwan McBee
Jan. 2, 2016

Roderick Snowden
Jan. 1, 2016

Donzell M. Davis
Jan. 1, 2016
Deandre Holiday
Jan 1, 2016

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