Establishing a new and powerful migration pattern, black families fled their Cleveland neighborhoods in large numbers last decade. They transformed some inner-ring suburbs and brought new diversity to wealthier, outer suburbs.
"They're moving out because of crime and because of the schools," said Councilman Zack Reed, whose Ward 2 on Cleveland's southeast side lost 26 percent of its population. "Those are the two fundamental reasons that people leave."One of those areas profiled in the 2011 story from the Cleveland Plain-Dealer is Euclid, a city now majority black courtesy of black families fleeing the ruins of black Cleveland in search of another area black will inevitably ruin.
|Why do black "stop the violence" party's always end in violence?|
Which brings us to our tale of obvious blackness. [Teen killed at anti-violence gathering Sunday; 2 others also shot in Euclid, Fox8.com, July 18, 2016]
One person was shot to death during a “Stop the Violence Beach Party” at Sims Park Beach in Euclid Sunday.
According to a release from Euclid Police Department, there were 200 to 300 people at the party, which was held in the area of 23131 Lakeshore Blvd.
Police say a crowd had gathered on the beach, and at shortly after 8 p.m. unknown suspects fired shots and then fled on foot.
Although the intended target is unknown, a 19-year-old Euclid man was shot in the head and killed.
A 12-year-old boy was shot in the back and was hospitalized. His condition is not known.
Later in the evening at shortly after 9 p.m., an 18-year-old Euclid man was walking in the 24000 Lakeshore Boulevard when an unknown suspect fired multiple times at him from across the street, hitting the victim in the shoulder. The teen was hospitalized, and his condition is unknown.
No other injuries were reported in either incident, and no arrests have been made.
Police are investigating the possibility that the two incidents are related.No blacks, know peace.
Know blacks, no peace.
Eight words, eight syllables that tell the story of America perfectly.