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CNY Vision Week of July 18 - 24, 2013

CNY Vision Week of July 18 - 24, 2013

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Local, national news and features serving the African-American Community in Syracuse, New York
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1www.cnyvision.com|
 
july 18 - 24
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2013
 
syracuse
ny
july 18 - 24
2013
Zimmerman Verdict,
 
What’s the Next Step?
 
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july 18 - 24
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LocaL office:
2331 South Salina StreetSyracuse, NY 13205
PH:
315-849-2461 
Headquarters:
 
282 Hollenbeck StreetRochester, NY 14621
toLL-free:
1-888-792-9303
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1-888-796-6292
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info@cnyvision.com
WeBsite:
www.cnyvision.com
Publisher/editor
Dave McClearydavemc@cnyvision.com
business Manager
Pauline McClearypmccleary@minorityreporter.net
art director
Catie Fiscusartdirector@MinorityReporter.net
PhotograPher
La Vergne Hardenlharden@cnyvision.com
advertising
Dave McClearyadvertising@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
july
{COVER
 
P 6• Obama Remarks on ZimmermanVerdict Draw AccoladesPresident Suggests Next Steps
{local
P 3 - 4• Syracuse Woman is Crowned MissNew YorkBikers cruise through Syracuse oneight-day Erie Canal excursion• Central NY lab admits falsifying results• Wal-Mart Supercenter ConversionFinished• Syracuse Orange returning to practiceat Fort Drum• Renz pleads guilty to killing woman,raping girl• Man, 22, fatally shot on Syracuse street
{state
P 5• Verizon to introduceinstallment plans for phones
{national
 
P 7 - 8• In Illinois, Obama led ght on racialproling• 22 children die after eating schoollunch in India• Trayvon Martin’s parents shocked byverdict
{OPINIONS/EDITORIAL
P 8-11• Howard University Professor Ivory Toldson Said that Black ScholarsMust be Angry 
By Dr. Boyce Watkins
• The Zimmerman Verdict: America isStill America to Me 
By Wilmer J. Leon III 
In This Issue:
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syracuse
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july18-24
2013
Zimmerman Verdict,
 
What’s the Next Step?
18Jazz in the City Concert SeriesTime: 7:00pm-9:00pmHot fun in the neighborhoodswith the best in naonal andregional talent, food, drink andmerchandise! Visit www.cnyjazz.org/jazz-in-the-city for details.19Dancing Under The StartsTime: 7:00pm-10:00pmLocaon: Sunnycrest Ice RinkIf you like jazz, swing and bigband music and if you like todance, you’ll love DancingUnder the Stars, a me-honoredsummerme tradion inSyracuse, featuring the music of the Stan Colella Orchestra, underthe direcon of Len Colella. Bringyour friends, your families, yourlawn chairs, a picnic dinner, andof course, your dancing shoes.Free23Pops In The ParkTime: 7:00pm – 9:00pmLocaon: Upper Onondaga Park,Roberts AvenueThe Onondaga Park Gazebo,next to Hiawatha Lake, is theperfect seng for your familyand friends to enjoy a varietyof musical styles from blues toMotown to pops , in this four-week series. July 9 – SuperDelinquents; July 16 – SoSpoken; July 23 – FabCats; July30 – The Stan Colella Orchestra.Free admission.2442nd Infantry Division BandConcert at Clinton SquareTime: 12:00pmLocaon: Clinton Square,Syracuse, NYThe Famous 42nd InfantryDivision Band, NYARNG, stopsby Clinton Square on its Summer2013 Concert Tour.25Jazz In The City Concert SeriesTime: 7:00pm – 9:00pmThursdays in August from 7 to 9pm Hot fun in the neighborhoodswith the best in naonal andregional talent, food, drink andmerchandise! Visit www.cnyjazz.org/jazz-in-the-city for details.
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Upstate is an academicmedical university builtaround
patient care,education
and
research
.It is the only one of itskind in Central New York.As a place dedicated toserving the community itis a great place to start orcontinue your career.
Upstate Medical University/ Upstate University Hospital is an AA/EEO/ADA employer engaging excellence through diversity.Smoke-free campus since 2005 
To learn more about careeropportunities at Upstateand apply on-line
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UPSTATE MAKES A DIFFERENCE!
Colleges of: Medicine, Nursing, Health Professions and Graduate StudiesUpstate University Hospital - Downtown and Community campusesUpstate Golisano Children’s Hospital I
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Central NY labadmits falsifying results
Syracuse, N.Y. - (AP) -- Federalauthories say a central New Yorklaboratory has pleaded guilty to fraudfor changed dates on more than 3,300soil and water analysis reports from2008 to 2010.Upstate Laboratories Inc. of EastSyracuse tested samples for clients,some requiring quick turnaroundswhere chemical degradaon was atissue.Authories say the lab rounelychanged dates on results that weren’tcompleted within specied mes.More than two-dozen aected clientsincluded Oswego County’s health andsolid waste departments, A&P WaterTesng of Morrisville and the Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority.Prosecutors say Upstate Laboratorieshas agreed to pay a $150,000 ne,which will be suspended if it paysrestuon. The company will also beon probaon for ve years.Sentencing is scheduled Dec. 4.
Bikers cruise through Syracuse on eight-day Erie Canal excursion
500 bicyclists wheeled throughSyracuse Wednesday during theCycling the Erie Canal bike tour.The 15th annual, eight day event joinscyclers from the age of 4 to 89 frommore than 36 states.Sunday, the riders started in Bualoand planned to arrive in Albany Sunday.The Rosamond Giord Zoo and theErie Canal Museum in Syracuse will betheir stops along the way.The 361-mile trail will be the longeststatewide trail in the country, whenthe gaps in the trail are closed.
Syracuse Woman is Crowned Miss New York
Syracuse nave, Nina Davuluri wascrowned Miss New York Saturdaynight.The 24 year old competed for the tleagainst 24 other contestants at theSt.George Theater.She received a scholarship worth$10,000 and will compete,represenng New York for the MissAmerica Pageant in Atlanc CitySeptember 15.

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