Behold the 'Wickedness and Corruption'

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I am a Cleveland resident and a college student. I enjoyed your story on "Black On Black Crime" [February 21]. Your powerful article has empowered me to write to my congresswoman, the national NACCP, and the Urban League to inform them of this crime against people who want to work. I am outraged at the black leaders who walk all over their own people for money. As a student who attends one of the universities, I have seen the wickedness and corruption of no diversity on major construction projects. I plan to write more national leaders about this crime. Thank you again for this eye opening article. --received anonymously by email

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