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Belt Magazine Features VASJ High School

COLORBLIND AND RISING: WHAT’S BEHIND THE SURPRISING SUCCESS OF CLEVELAND’S VILLA ANGELA-ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL? September 23, 2014 By Daniel J. McGraw Rich Osborne is slowly walking through the gym of Villa Angela-St. Joseph’s High School(VASJ), a Catholic school on the east side of Cleveland. Villa Angela-St. Joseph has been around for about 25 years now, since...Continue reading

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The late, great Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. inspired, motivated, and affected countless people’s lives, both when he was on this Earth and now through his writings. The connection that Dr. King has and will have with people is unique for each individual. Dr. King’s quote, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is ‘what...Continue reading

Recap of the 2013 MADD Northeastern Ohio Training Series

During my 32 years representing the injured victim, the number of my clients who have been made victims of drunk driving is sadly, but undeniably, on the rise. That’s why the work of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)  has become the centerpiece of the solution. MADD is leading the crusade to attack this growing epidemic from...Continue reading

Thoughts on Browns Owner and Pilot Flying J Ceo Jimmy Haslam’s FBI and IRS Investigation

  I’m still processing the news that Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam’s multi-billion dollar business, Pilot Flying J, was raided Monday by FBI and IRS agents who were searching for evidence of criminal wrongdoing. Just when I thought that we had turned the corner and finally had an owner who was not only an astute...Continue reading

John Carroll University’s Hillel Holds Holocaust Remembrance Day Event

  The question “Am I my brother’s keeper?” was first posed in the book of Genesis by Cain after God asked where his brother Abel was, whom Cain had killed. Throughout time, that question remains at the cornerstone of our moral obligation to people who are less fortunate and/or vict  ims of oppression and/or injury....Continue reading

Tim Misny to Sponsor MADD Death Notification Training: Getting Legal 106

  This week on Getting Legal, I am talking once again with Julie Leggett, the executive director of the northeastern affiliate office of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). We have both been waiting eagerly for today to come, as it is the first session of the 2013 MADD Death Notification Training Seminar Series in Northeastern Ohio. This series will...Continue reading

The Tip of the Iceberg: Social Media Brings Guilty Verdict in Steubenville Rape Case

This past weekend, a Jefferson County judge found Trent Mays, 17, and Ma’lik Richmond, 16, delinquent beyond a reasonable doubt of rape and distribution of a nude image of a minor. The sensational circumstances surrounding the two Steubenville high-profile football players, and the accompanying social media frenzy, drew international attention to the Ohio Valley town. During a...Continue reading

Special Guest from MADD on St. Patrick’s Day Safety: Getting Legal 105

This week on Getting Legal, I welcomed Julie Leggett, executive director of the northeastern affiliate office of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Julie and I were able to discuss not only what her invaluable organization does, but also to remind our viewers to be safe and responsible on St. Patrick’s Day this weekend, especially those...Continue reading

Zack Reed Arrest and St. Patrick’s Day Parade Remind Cleveland Not to Drink and Drive

This week on Getting Legal with Tim Misny CBS 19 at 7:55am, we’re discussing the hot topic issue of drinking and driving. This issue is front and center for Cleveland residents for two reasons.  Not only is St. Patrick’s Day around the around the corner, but also because of the recent arrest of Cleveland City...Continue reading

It Starts with One: A Reflection on Black History Month

Every Black History Month, the media presents countless stories of the great and inspiring achievements of African-Americans. The stories range from the traditional hallmarks of black history including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Harriet Tubman to local Cleveland icons such as former NAACP President George Forbes and...Continue reading
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