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CNY Vision Week of April 11 - 17, 2013

CNY Vision Week of April 11 - 17, 2013

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Published by Dave McCleary
Local, National news and features serving the African-American community in Syracuse, New York
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Lisa DumasGeorge KilpatrickGary McLendonRasheeda Alford
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Ko QuayeJames Haywood RollingEarl Ofari HutchinsonBoyce Watkins
CNY Vision is a publication of Minor-ity Reporter, Inc. We are a family of publications and other media formatscommitted to fostering self awareness,building community and empoweringpeople of color to reach their greatestpotential. Further, CNY Vision seeksto present a balanced view of relevantissues, utilizing its resources to buildbridges among diverse populations;taking them from information to under-standing.CNY Vision reserves the right to edit or reject content submitted.The opinions expressed are not nec-essarily those of the publisher.CNY Vision does not assume respon-sibility concerning advertisers, their po-sitions, practices, services or products;nor does the publication of advertise-ments constitute or imply endorse-ment.Deadline for all copy is Tuesday atnoon. CNY Vision invites news and storysuggestions from readers.Call 315-849-2461or emailinfo@cnyvision.com
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P 7 - 8• New Allegations in the Ongoing SUSports Program Saga
{local
P 4• Syracuse Activist Daryl Files Awarded2013 Woman of the Year • Syracuse 2013 - 2014 BudgetSubmitted• Syracuse Guard Michael Carter-Williams Decides to Enter NBA Draft After Loss in Final Four 
{STATE
P 5• Governor Andrew Cuomo, NY District Attorneys Plan Corruption Reform• NY May let County Jails close LawLibraries, Provide Inmates Online LegalResources
{political
P 5• Biden Threats to Blcok Gun Bill‘Embarrasing’
{OPINIONS/EDITORIAL
P 10-11• Thousands of NFL Players Suing Over Brain Damage Caused by Years of Play 
By Dr. Boyce Watkins
The State of Equality and Justice in America: ‘No One Can Change theCharge’ 
By E. Faye Williams, Esq.
In This Issue:
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12-14Tommy DavidsonTime: 7:30pm-9:45pmLocaon: FunnyBone Comedy Club - 10301Desny USA DriveTommy Davidson’s exceponal range – from stand-up comedy and acng toversale music ability – have earned him areputaon as an extraordinary performer.Best known as one of the original starsof the hit television show In Living Color,Tommy’s visibility increased rapidly and hebecame widely known for his innovavetalent. Contact: 315-423-866913Bringing the World Together in SyracuseTime: 6:30 pmLocaon: Palace Theatre - 2384 JamesStreetPlease Join us for a night of liveentertainment and delicious cuisinefeaturing a silent aucon and cross-cultural sharing!Contact: Theresa Pagano 315-744-383113Central New York Maple FesvalTime: 9:00am-5:00pmLocaon: CNY Maple Fesval Grounds -Cortland Street & Route 221Come and enjoy this annual event whichfeatures wonderful music, beauful cras,awesome food - including a pancakebreakfast, and much more! Celebrang 43years, the CNY Maple Fesval in Marathon,NY is great sweet way to brighten up yourweekend! Contact: Contact: 607-745-771020CNY Day of PercussionTime: 12:00pm–6:00pmLocaon: Onondaga Community College -4585 W. Seneca TurnpikeIt is a full day of clinics and concertsfeaturing internaonally renowned arsts,local arsts, OCC students, and area highschool students. Clinics and performancesthis year will feature John Riley, AndyHarnsberger, Kay Stonefelt, Portal,Iktus, Auburn HS Percussion Ensemble,Jamesville-Dewi MS PercussionEnsemble, Central New York All-StarPercussion Ensemble (with Kay Stonefelt,conductor), OCC Percussion Ensemble &the OCC Afro-Cuban Ensemble. On-siteregistraon starts at noon and connuesthroughout the day. There is a $10.00fee to pay for clinicians and expenses.The nal concert featuring CNY All-Star Percussion Ensemble and the OCCPercussion Ensemble begins at 5:00pm.The nal concert is free and open to thepublic.20Party for the PlanetTime: 10:00am–4:30pmLocaon: Rosamond Giord Zoo - 1Conservaon PlaceJoin the zoo in celebrang Earth Day2012! Learn about the zoo’s eorts toprotect wildlife and the environment andsee how you and your family can make adierence, too! Enjoy endangered animaldemonstraons and keeper talks, tours of our “green” building and “Flora for Fauna”garden, puppet shows and “green” boothsand exhibitors.Admission Info: Free with paid zooadmission2515th Annual YWCA Day of CommitmentLuncheonTime: 11:30amLocaon : SRC Arena at OnondagaCommunity CollegeThe luncheon will begin at noon(registraon begins at 11:30 a.m.)and feature keynote speaker TheresaMohamed, professor and former chair of the Department of English at OnondagaCommunity College. Twenty-eightcommunity members will be inducted intothe YWCA Academy of Diversity Achieversfor their work to make a dierence in thecommunity, both locally and globally.). Topurchase ckets, call the YWCA at (315)424-0040 or email ywcaadmin@cnymail.com.26An Evening of Jazz and Wine TasngTime: 6:30pm–9:00pmLopcaon: Community Folk Art Center -805 E. Genesee StreetWAER and Community Folk Art CenterPresent: An Evening of Jazz and WineTasng.Community Folk Art Center (CFAC) willbe hosng its Annual Evening of Jazz andWine Tasng on Friday, April 26th at 6:30pm. This event will feature a performancefrom Syracuse based Lan American bandGrupo Pagan, and the tasng of localwines. Admission Info: $25Hello -Please include the following in thecalendar/events list/datebook of yournext issue. Thank you.Tom Redmore, 3467 Eager Rd., Jamesville,NY 13078red3467@schfcu.net , 315-469-7446 MEMORIAL DAY BENEFIT FOR LAFAYETTEOUTREACH - The Columbian PresbyterianChurch in LaFayee will be hosng aMemorial Day Benet for LaFayeeOutreach, Inc. (our local food pantry andservice-referral agency) on Monday May27, from 8:00 am- 12:00 noon, on thechurch grounds at the corner of routes 11& 20, LaFayee. The event will consist of a silent aucon, bake sale, plant sale,”Red,White & Blue Ice Cream Sundaes”, andfree Kid’s Cra Area. There will be somenew and excing acvies for this year’sevent, so plan on aending (...and bringyour camera!) . For more informaon orto help out: 315-677-3293, or cpresbyt@twcny.rr.com .
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