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Lawmakers only need a badge to gain access to the Statehouse or the nearby Riffe Center, which houses many lawmakers' offices. She was told: On Wednesday, Sykes had trouble getting into the Riffe Center for a meeting. She flashed her badge for security there.
She flipped it around. They still couldn't see it. She was stopped, and officers examined the badge, Sykes recalled the next day. In both scenarios, Sykes eventually was able to get into the buildings and go to work.
But not every lawmaker faces the same scrutiny, Sykes said. Sykes said she initially reported her concerns to then-Speaker Cliff Rosenberger and the House's sergeant at arms.Woman In Carson City Got My Eye
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Sykes is not alone. In another instance, Rep.
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In its Sunday post, Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati wrote that its organization operates on 11 political principles. We do not respond to calls to action that filter the power of womann community down to casting votes.
The conflict between Black Lives Matter and United We Stand has generated a large amount of back-and-forth on social media. Rashida A.
We cannot afford to not participate in electoral politics. Trump has made that clear," wrote Manuel, who is a board member of Blacm Parenthood Southwest Ohio.
While we wait for revolution, black women are being paid less than both black men, white women, and of course white men. Additionally, while we wait for revolution, black women workers are impacted by the loss of protections for overtime compensation.
Margy Cinccinnati, a white political activist and arts promoter living in Over-the-Rhine, wrote on social media that she does not plan to participate in the march unless Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati is brought back into the fold.