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Nunya (anonymous) says...

Not all from the area are neither non supportive, stupid, ignorant, uninformed nor bias.

February 28, 2010 at 1:36 a.m. reply suggest removal

jambu04 (anonymous) says...

Hello... How do I get to the article you wrote about the black churches and black pastors in the communities..>?

March 19, 2010 at 10:31 a.m. reply suggest removal

lgma1234 (anonymous) says...

regarding your remarks with boy and pencil on playground. It was not a vicious attack or anything like it, the kids were playing ont the playground chasing one another and playing. he is not a mean boy, he is a good kid.. He did not mean for her to get hurt (a scratch) it was an accident and he is very sorry that she got a scratch so please get your stories straight before making such comments against children when you don't know the whole story.

May 12, 2010 at 12:29 p.m. reply suggest removal

jannie70 (anonymous) says...

I was reviewing replies to my comments on an old thread...

@nunya- I decided to only defend Ms. Hanni since you lumped her in with the rest of her family. I'm not sure who complained to you, but I've heard a great deal of praise for her. I have no "kinship" to her. I know her from the democratic party. It is clear after speaking with her for five minutes that she cares a great deal about her community, specifically the schools. We need to embrace our young people. I did not hail her as a "diamond." I just think it is unfair to lump her in with the likes of Catale, Beachum, and the rest of her family. I'm sure she has a mind of her own.

Furthermore, your questions are totally irrelevant. Many don't even make sense. #4- "Who hired her" The citizens of Youngstown that voted for her, "hired her!" You are a moron! Citizens elect board members to be representatives of the community, not educators. And what are you inferring about Catale?

You make no sense. Stop trying to tear people down who are trying to help the schools!

September 28, 2010 at 12:59 a.m. reply suggest removal