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West Chestnut Baptist Church
West Chestnut Street Baptist Church
African-American Think Tank
Louisville African American Think Tank
WHAS11 News started looking into the African American Think Tank after we learned from a source that Rev. Sutton cashed a $10,000 grant check from the state at a liquor store.
WHAS11 News was able to verify that information and discovered a lot more about the Think Tank, including the fact that the organization has not been a recognized non-profit for most of its existence.
"We're gonna address those health issues which adversely affect our community," said Rev. Gerome Sutton, when talking about an upcoming health summit in early 2008.
When Rev. Gerome Sutton first proposed a two-day urban health summit in 2007,
"People are livid about that because our agreement originally was that they were going to be 1099 employees, self-contractors, and they were going to be responsible for their own taxes," Sutton said. Sutton also told us some people worked under different contractors and those people were paid cash for the amount of hours they worked.
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And they want to hear from African Americans in office. "We want them to expeditiously respond and put pressure on the powers that be to this situation," Sutton added.
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