Petition to Cuyahoga county prosecutor, Kristin Karkutt cuyahoga county prosecutor, Judge Strickland
On August 29 , 2020 two girls came and vandalized my car after they vandalized my car one of the girls shot and killed my girlfriend Jayla English. One of the girls was my ex girlfriend the other I had never seen before. The two girls are named Brittany Lynn and Orniesha Levison. Brittany Lynn is the shooter and she is my ex girlfriend she is being held on a million dollar bond. But the second girl , Orniesha Levison is only being charged with manslaughter and is currently out on bail. Her bail was only $75,000. I am writing this petition to have Orniesha Levison charged with aggravated murder she came to our home with the intention of committing a crime and she left with the shooter. She is just as guilty a should be punished. Under the LAW if you are in the commission of a crime and someone gets killed you are just as responsible as the shooter! She should not be able to walk free ! She should be charge with MURDER #Justice4Jayla
Petition to Borough Council of Lincoln Park, New Jersey
Symbols of hate
The purpose of this petition is to ban the display of hate symbols, including but not limited to, the Confederate battle flag within the town of Lincoln Park New Jersey. There has been a Confederate flag on display outside of an apartment located in Beaverbrook Gardens, 209 comly rd, Lincoln Park, New Jersey. This flag was put up AFTER the capitol attack, and was moved to be more visible. A few of the residents have asked management to have it removed, but they refuse to take any action. We are asking that the town move to take action by banning this hate symbol from being displayed, where it can be seen by the public. One thing that many Republicans and Democrats can agree on is that the Confederate battle flag, originally used by traitors against the United States, has long been a symbol of hate, racism, and intimidation for the years since the Civil War, and has recently found a resurgence among many hate groups. The state of Mississippi recently removed the symbol from their state flag, because they recognized that it was not an appropriate show of pride or patriotism, and that it instead symbolized racism, oppression, and hatred. These sentiments are not welcome in our community and do not convey the values we raise our families with. We are asking you to take a stand against this assault on our community values and ban the display of hate symbols, including the Confederate battle flag.
Petition to Henry Cuellar
No more shut downs
As recent “claims” that COVID-19 is on the rise in our city. It has come to my attention that we have a well known individual known as La Gordiloca trying to shut down our city through means of petition because of fear. In order for our city to thrive. We need need commerce. Without businesses thriving our economy will weaken and families with children and elderly will suffer due to the loss of capital (money). While COVID IS a huge issue we can all do our part in preventing this Virus, but we can’t all do our part to keep commerce alive and our city thriving if we are all locked down. As citizens of Laredo and great Patriots. I ask that you counter the petition for locking our city down with this petition which makes more sense. NO - MORE -LOCK - DOWNS. People need to work and our small businesses need to thrive to keep Laredo Beautiful and thriving. It is a basic fundamental right to work!
Petition to San Diego Housing Commission, San Diego City Council
Keep the San Diego Convention Center Homeless Shelter
It is unconscionable to close Operation Shelter to Home at the Convention Center during a global pandemic and an economic crisis in the winter. We demand that the shelter at the SDCC remain open until the decision to close is made in the best interest of ALL San Diegans. In April (2020), the city of San Diego took a historic step in addressing its long-standing homelessness crisis. Named Operation Shelter to Home, the city of San Diego converted two of the city’s major events centers, the San Diego Convention Center (SDCC) and the Golden Hall, into shelters for our neighbors experiencing homelessness. There are now plans in place to close down the shelter (currently covering 1200+ individuals) at the SDCC on December 31st, 2020. We, the Mustard Seed Project, along with our fellow community members and concerned San Diegans, believe that this decision was not made in the best interest of our community. This shelter at the SDCC has proven to be extraordinarily successful in the ways it has supported our city and the people who make it America’s Finest City. The initial reason SDCC was explicitly chosen to be used as a shelter is due to its large occupant capacity and physical space for social distancing. Most other shelters in San Diego are currently operating at half capacity, with hardly enough space to social distance (Shelter beds at Newton Ave. are only 3 feet apart). Our community was able to come together and collaborate with one another to provide the safest streamlined services to support our unsheltered community. With help from Father Joe’s Village, The Alpha Project, and Veteran’s Village of San Diego, the SDCC was able to provide not only basic needs like food, showers, bathrooms, laundry services, and sanitary living spaces but able to go above and beyond in its mental and behavioral health services as well as daily health screenings. Furthermore, the coordination of numerous homeless services in a single location has also proved to be immensely successful. Since its inception in April, we have seen a collaborative effort to centralize services like SSI, State ID, and many others. This consolidation of resources has more than proven its effectiveness, resulting in over 700 housing vouchers, 332 permanent supportive housing units created, and numerous other successes. In light of the pandemic, widespread economic crisis, the winter season, and the need for continued progress, we make the following demands: Keep the Operation Shelter to Home shelter open at the San Diego Convention Center until San Diego is able to reach the Yellow Tier for a minimum of 5 weeks. It is unconscionable to close Operation Shelter to Home at the Convention Center while the fatal threat of COVID-19 is only increasing. Increase funding for social workers, permanent supportive housing, and expanding access to sanitation. In order to best support our community, our supportive services, local grassroots organizations, and resource providers need access to adequate funding so that they can best support our city. Image Credits: https://www.kpbs.org/news/2020/nov/12/san-diego-city-college-class-trains-homeless-servi/
Petition to J.B. Pritzker, Illinois High School Association
High school sports, are essential to the fabric of many communities. High school sports are the main way that residents of many communities connect, but the Covid-19 pandemic has interrupted this long tradition. Nonetheless, many coaches and athletes are prepared to take on the challenge. That’s why every Illinois community must support their efforts.Sports help keep kids involved in school, it helps keep kids off the streets and away from drugs. Some kids rely on sports for scholarships to further their education which otherwise might not be attainable. Sports also help student-athletes increase self-esteem and reduce stress and anxiety. There's plenty of evidence that taking part in sports can have a profound and positive impact on mental well-being. Being physically active can improve mood and decrease the chance of depression. The exercise involved in most sports improves teens' health, strength, emotional balance, and life years. While we understand the current health concerns of Covid-19, it is unfair for these hardworking student-athletes who have worked their lives to see a dream like this come true. These young athletes have worked tirelessly, overcame many obstacles, and made some very positive decisions to get to this level in Illinois High School Sports. Many of these Seniors have worked their whole lives for this moment, only to have their dreams crushed by a quick decision. Please take the necessary measures to let us play. I invite you to partake in the journey to getting sports back. #LetUsPlay
Petition to McKinley Mall Managment
To Save the McKinley Mall Food Court
We are trying to save the McKinley Mall in Hamburg NY, a small mall that has had rough times through the last five years. But we want to bring this mall back to the was it was five years ago starting with the food court, but the biggest then the mall would have to do is update the food stalls and bring them up to close because right now they are way too dated. We want to bring back the Food Court we all know and love because I know when I'm at the mall I want food and the food court was always the place to go but it currently sits vacant and needs to be brought back to the way it was before. The mall is a place for the Hamburg community and a nice place to shop and bringing back the food court would tremendously help the mall get back on its feet and get rolling again. Also bring back the food court will raise the mall occupancy level and add value to the property. The food court can fit nine food stalls and before the Covid-19 lockdowns the mall still had four food stalls but is now now to zero and that is not helping the malls value at all. Whether the food court is filled with small businesses or national chain restaurants, the food court will be a nice place to eat once again. To reopen the food court the mall will need to renovate the food stalls to bring them up to code and my current goal is 5k signatures but it would be great to get 10k. Then once that goal is reached, the mall can bring the food stalls up to code and the food court can host restaurants once again!!!!