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CNY Vision Week of May 16 - 22, 2013

CNY Vision Week of May 16 - 22, 2013

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Published by Dave McCleary
Local, national news and features serving the African-American community in Syracuse, NY
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1www.cnyvision.com|
 
may 16 - 22
|
2013
 
syracuse
ny
vol.
4
no.
7
may 16 - 22
2013
cover story 
P6
Local Syracuse Activist Twiggy Billue
Dissects School Suspensions
 
2www.cnyvision.com|
 
may 16 - 22
|
2013
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2331 South Salina StreetSyracuse, NY 13205
PH:
315-849-2461 
Headquarters:
 
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1-888-792-9303
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Dave McClearydavemc@cnyvision.com
business Manager
Pauline McClearypmccleary@minorityreporter.net
art director
Catie Fiscusartdirector@MinorityReporter.net
PhotograPher
La Vergne Hardenlharden@cnyvision.com
advertising
Dave McClearyLucy Smithadvertising@cnyvision.com
editorial staff
Lisa DumasGeorge KilpatrickGary McLendonRasheeda Alford
contributors
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
CALENDAR
may
{COVER
 
P 6• Local Syracuse Activist Twiggy BillueDissects School Suspensions
{local
P 4, 5• Many NY Gas Leases Expire asMoratorium Remains• Mayor Miner Stand With WorkingFamilies: Pickets with Local 158• Buddy Nix Steps Down as Bills GM• Tyrone Muse Appointed President of Visions Credit Union
{national
P 8• New FCC Chair Continues PrisonPhone Battle
{OPINIONS/EDITORIAL
P 8-11• Teacher’s Aide Accused of SpreadingHIV to Student 
By Dr. Boyce Watkins
The Alliance Between Warmongersand The Press 
By A. Peter Bailey 
• At Last 
By Julianne Malveaux 
In This Issue:
1www.cnyvision.com|
 
may16 -22
|
2013
 
syracuse
ny
vol.
4
no.
7
may 16 -22
2013
cover story 
P6
 
Local Syracuse Activist Twiggy Billue
Dissects School Suspensions
17Mother’s Day Women’s Cancer ServicesAwareness EventTime: 11:00a.m.-2:00p.mLocaon: Spa 500The event will focus on prevenoneducaon for women. Informaon willbe provided regarding health insuranceby the area providers. We will highlightthe nancial services available for vicmsof Breast Cancer through Saint AgathaFoundaon, for the CNY and Watertownareas they have funds available for allpernent treatment costs.17F.O.C.U.S. Core Group MeengTime: 7:30am–8:45amLocaon: City Hall Commons 1st ooratrium - Sustainability Showcase, 201 EWashington StF.O.C.U.S. is a cizen driven organizaonthat taps cizen creavity to impactchange in Central New York by enablingcizens, organizaons, and governmentto work together to enhance the qualityof our lives and our economic future.F.O.C.U.S. engages in research, publicpolicy advocacy, public educaon, andpublic outreach to promote intelligent,inclusive, sustainable decision making.For more informaon, please visit www.focussyracuse.org.18Big DayTime: 11:00am-3:00pmLocaon: Burnet ParkKids – rev up your engines and join in thefun at Big Rig Day. Check outsome of the city’s big trucks as well aseets from other Central New Yorkcompanies. Climb in and around city retrucks, honk the horns of thebig tractor-trailers, stand inside a citysnowplow, crawl inside a SWATtruck. And much more. Free admission.Refreshments available forsale. Co-sponsored by Price Chopper, C&SCompanies and Lamar Ad18Pulverize Condenal Documents PaperShredding EventTime: 8:00amLocaon: NBT Bank Stadium, formerlyAlliance Bank StadiumResidents able to protect identy andrecycle shredded materials for freeOnondaga County residents are invitedto collect their condenal documentsand bring them to OCRRA’s May 18 papershredding event for secure destrucon.26Memorial Day ConcertTime: 2:30 pmLocaon: Palace Theater, 2384 James St.This special concert, by the Stan ColellaOrchestra, is a moving tributeto our fallen heroes and a poignantexpression of gratude to our troopsand veterans for their service to ourcountry, and a moving tribute to ourfallen heroes. Presented, in part, by TopsMarkets and B104.7June11Downtown Farmer’s MarketLocaon: Clinton SquareOpen-air market with fresh, seasonalvegetables, fruit, nuts, eggs, cheese,baked goods, owers, plants, handcraeditems for sale. Visit www.downtownsyracuse.com for more informaonor call 422-828417TASTE OF SYRACUSETime: 11:00amSat, June 8, 11pmLocaon: Clinton SquareBring your friends and your appetesto the AmeriCU Credit Union Taste of Syracuse, presented by Tops, returns todowntown, featuring live music, fabulousfood, and of course $1 samples. For moreinformaon, visit www.tasteofsyracuse.com.. Sat, June 8, 11pm
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may 16 - 22
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2013
PUZZLES
Across
1. Posive point5. Rainy8. A la ___ (with ice cream)12. Deli order13. Rink surface14. Egg cell15. Sandwich shop16. “Ain’t ___ Sweet”17. Bags18. Comeback21. Harass24. Actress Winona28. Narrow way29. Gray32. Wish undone33. Prior to, poecally34. Island stringed instrument, forshort35. The whole enchilada36. Wolfed down37. Sponsorship38. Fencing sword39. Humming sound41. Unmoving42. Begnning to ower46. Kind of chop49. Broadside50. ___ reecon54. ____ Minor55. Gothic me, for example56. Shoestring57. Broke down58. Prize59. O-pitch
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1. Doctor’s degree2. Filmmaker Spike3. Dot-com’s address4. Evening party5. Smoke curl6. Sound rebound7. Golf pegs8. Cash9. Eggs10. Nickname11. Medical emergency team, abbr.19. Player, in tag20. Put to the test21. Sheep sound22. Third planet from the sun23. Sarcasm25. Cover, in a way26. Swiss mathemacian27. Sublease29. Summer month30. Schuss, e.g.31. The Pointer Sisters’ “___ So Shy”37. Ostrich walk-alike38. Overwhelm40. W.W. II ship (2 words)41. Stylish43. Liquid sediment44. Be brave enough for45. Mid-east priest46. Chaer47. Handling48. Downturn51. Sidekick52. S.American tuber53. Buery catcher
 
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