July 10, 2009

Community Cooperation and Inclusion

Join our moderator, Gladys Haddad, as she finishes exploring the Greater University Circle Initiative. This conversation focuses on community relationships between residents, business owners, different neighborhoods, and the institutions of University Circle.

Held at the Deuteronomy 8:3 Cafe in Glenville, this session brings together the following speakers to discuss the Greater University Initiative.

Marilyn Mobley, Vice President for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, Case Western Reserve University
Mittie Jordan, Owner and proprietor of Deuteronomy 8:3
Cortrell Kinney, Hough neighborhood resident
Gary Norton, East Cleveland resident and President of City Council

Listen to this conversation


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Posted by: Jeffrey Verespej July 10, 2009 09:36 AM | Category: Cleveland , Cleveland , Community Wealth Building , Economic Inclusion , Northeast Ohio , Regionalism , University Circle , arts and culture , community outreach , economic development , history , neighborhoods , podcasts


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