# The women commission for education and training
The Women's Commission for Education and Training & the Black Women's Commission Launch the Put the Guns Down Campaign
Cleveland, OH. It's incredible," stated Marshawnette Daniels, the mother of 9-year-old Saniyah Nicholson. Saniyah is the little girl who was shot and killed on June 20, 2018, in Cleveland Ward One Lee and Harvard neighborhood. As the young girl's birthday approaches on February 6, the Women's Commission for Education and Training (WCET) and the Black Women's Commission of Cuyahoga County (BWCCC) launched the "Put the Guns Down" billboard campaign. Saniyah would have been 13 years old.
Women Commission for Education and Training Receives Recognition from United States Congresswoman Shontel M. Brown
Cuyahoga, OH. - The Women Commission for Education and Training (501(c)3) and the sister organization, the Black Women Commission of Cuyahoga County, recently received recognition from the United States Congresswoman Shontel M. Brown of the 11th Congressional District.
MOTTEP: Minority Organ & Tissue Transplant Education Program Seeks Organ Donors
Cleveland, OH - "Never count yourself out. Age has nothing to do with being an organ donor. MOTTEP's oldest donor is in their 90's. It's about your health, education, and alleviating misinformation. On average, we secure 1500 donors per year. We had information tables at University Hospitals. Due to COVID, we have struggled a bit. Our numbers are low. Last year recruited approximately 500 donors. We are below our mark; we are actively seeking organ donors," says Linda Kimble, Executive Director of Cleveland's MOTTEP.
Black Women Organizations Unite to Request 11 Eastside Expectations List for Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb Social Analysis
Mayor-Elect Justin Bibb Campaign BannerThe Brown Report Newspaper (Photo) Cleveland, OH. As we enter into a new era of Cleveland politics, the President of the Shaker Lee Block Club, the Women Commission for Education and Training, and the Black Women Commission of Cuyahoga County have created a list of goals for Mayor Justin Bibb, City of Cleveland. Bibb was elected Mayor during the 2021 election. Bibb will be sworn into office Monday, January 3, 2022. During his campaign, Bibb touted, "Now is the time for bold, new, dynamic, visionary leadership and not the failed politics and policies of the past." As Bibb assisted with Urbanova, he should consider turning all eastside neighborhoods into "smart" communities. The Black Women Commission of Cuyahoga County echoed, "Smart communities will also use data and common sense reasonability to develop strategies that will enhance the quality of life for all residents, business owners, and stakeholders. When politicians and power brokers are transparent and open, they will invest in distressed neighborhoods without hidden agendas and fears. In return, constituents will become empowered, and they will become willing participants to aid in the transformation to improve their living conditions."