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Spokesman for the Chapter
Vice President and Moderator
Chattanooga Rainbow-PUSH Coalition
3/11/2005 - Fran Dzik Does Not Deserve Johnny Holloway Criticism - Opinion - Chattanoogan.com
Hamilton County Election Administrator Fran Dzik is doing a superb job and is not due all the obnoxious criticism from Johnny Holloway, vice-president of Rainbow Push Coalition.
News Channel 9 - WTVC
"If its not doing the job of diversity though, he needs to change it. man made it, man can change it," says Rainbow Push Coalition Vice President, Johnny Holloway.
Officer.com News Article: INTERNAL AFFAIRS: Police Say Arrest Death Of Naked Tennessee Man Ruled 'Accidental'
Johnny Holloway, a spokesman for the Rainbow Push Coalition chapter, said there have been 48 deaths in Chattanooga police custody in the past 20 years. "That's just too many under suspicious circumstances," Holloway said.
CHATTANOOGA, TN--Johnny Holloway, Rainbow PUSH Coalition Director, believes the election commission dispute shows blacks are not getting the same support as whites in the Democratic Party.In taking this position, Mr. Holloway said, "I am a member of the Democratic Party, and there is just something about black people that they are really loyal to Democrats.I don't understand why, but they are."Mr. Holloway believes the controversy surrounding the Hamilton County Election Commission and County Commissioner William Cotton has exposed a racial rift among local Democrats.Mr. Holloway believes that blacks are not getting the same support as whites from the Hamilton County Democratic Party.He believes there is a lack of support for Commissioner Cotton by the Democratic Party.Unfortunately, Mr. Holloway believes that lack of support is due to race. Mr. Holloway is probably wrong about the different treatment between blacks and whites in the Democratic Party.Regardless of whether he is right or wrong, Mr. Holloway believes that the divide exists.It is now incumbent on the Democratic Party, and this community, to work to eliminate these beliefs.However, Mr. Holloway must understand that moving to eliminate this "racial rift" is a two-way street.Mr. Holloway needs to take steps to make sure that no African American believes that he or she is "not supported" because of race.In fact, as a leader of the African-American community, Mr. Holloway should be the first to take action.In taking action, Mr. Holloway must offer to: A. Call for a full investigation into the election irregularities.Mr. Holloway must ask the Democratic Party to declare that the investigation be fair and unbiased--without regard to race or political affiliation. D. Mr. Holloway must ask the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to remain objective, conducting an investigation without regard to race, political affiliation, or political pressure.Mr. Holloway should ask the Hamilton County Democratic Party to support him in his request. Mr. Holloway must understand that he is politicizing the investigation by playing the race card.If Mr. Holloway is not careful, many will begin to believe Mr. Cotton is directing Mr. Holloway's conduct so Mr. Cotton can "dodge a bullet."
8/12/2003 - A tarnished image? - Fox 61 TV - WDSI - Chattanooga TN
Rainbow Push President, Johnny Holloway, says: