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The City of Cleveland has been experiencing a sea change in leadership, including its very own City Council. In November 2021, Blaine A. Griffin was reelected to serve as the Ward 6 Councilman, a position that he has held since 2017. Shortly after his reelection, Cleveland City Council members elected him to serve as Council President.\r\n\r\nIn an…
 
The war in Ukraine is the kind of crisis that clarifies the importance of things that might otherwise be taken for granted: The ability of a sovereign nation to determine its own future, or that a rules-based international order is something that benefits all nations. The war has also made exceptionally clear the interdependence of economies and so…
 
Going into the 2022 season of Cleveland Baseball, you could say things felt different. League-wide, the pandemic was still weighing on the MLB, and a lockout delayed the start of the season. Things looked different, too. Here in Cleveland, the team took the field for the first time with fresh gear and a new name as the Cleveland Guardians. And with…
 
In his latest book, "How We Win the Civil War," author Steve Phillips tackles a formidable foe: America's centuries-long struggle with racism. In this follow-up to 2018's "Brown is the New White," Phillips argues that in order for this country to move forward and overcome white supremacy, we must resolve the issues that have lingered since the end …
 
Although often on opposite ends of the political spectrum, Frederick Hess and Pedro Noguera came together to discuss the difficult issues affecting education in their 2021 book "A Search for Common Ground." No topic is off limits, from school testing and diversity measures to teacher pay and the achievement gap. By engaging in open and respectful d…
 
For Black and Brown Americans, access to capital, getting a home appraised, or even access to standard banking services can be challenging. After centuries of targeted policies that set Black and Brown Americans behind, the racial wealth gap has only grown--fueling inequities in communities of color. Systemic racism inside the American financial se…
 
The Greater Cleveland Food Bank works to ensure that everyone in their six county service area has the nutritious food they need every day. Last year, they served more than 341,000 people, 87,000 of whom were individuals in need of food assistance for the first time.\r\n\r\nThere is no doubt that the Food Bank was one of the organizations in our co…
 
The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) was established in 1972 and has been in the business of cleaning wastewater and managing stormwater for 50 years. Today, NEORSD is one of the largest clean-water agencies in Ohio. Thanks to the work of more than 750 employees, NEORSD treats 90 billion gallons of water every year for Cleveland and …
 
Philanthropic giving is at the core of every community and lives in the heart of humanity. The rise of philanthropic grantmaking organizations has grown in tandem with the need to urgently, and equitably address our community\'s social determinants of health. How can grantmakers revisit assumptions and shift their thinking to be of greater service …
 
Growing up, sports were not just something that Alana Nichols did. They were her identity. After suffering a traumatic spinal cord injury while snowboarding at the age of 17, she was paralyzed from the waist down. Thinking her athletic career was over, she experienced a wheelchair basketball game her freshman year at the University of New Mexico, w…
 
The City Club of Cleveland Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony honors City Club members who have made a significant contribution to the organization and the community.\r\n\r\nPlease join us in honoring and celebrating the 2022 inductees:\r\n\r\nBruce Akers\r\nArt Brooks\r\nAnnette Butler\r\nPaul Harris\r\n\r\nCity Club CEO Dan Moulthrop will emcee this…
 
After 15 years of service to Cleveland families--the last eleven as the CEO of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District--Eric Gordon will step down at the end of the year. As he has demonstrated in his annual State of the Schools addresses, his tenure has been marked by achievement and accomplishment in the face of and in spite of significant cha…
 
It\'s no secret that healthcare providers are experiencing the challenges of attracting and retaining staff. Nearly every respondent (98%) in a recent survey by the Ohio Council of Behavioral Health and Family Services Providers reported difficulties in recruiting staff, and nearly as many cited significant challenges in keeping employees.\r\n\r\nI…
 
Generation Z, or \"Gen Z\" is roughly defined as somebody born between 1997 to 2012. And they are coming of age. In Florida, Maxwell Frost became the first Gen Z elected to Congress. And a recent analysis by the Center for American Progress uncovered that Gen Z is the \"Most Pro-Union\" generation--driving a wave of unionization across major corpor…
 
The definition of success in economic growth for small-to-mid-sized cities has been dominated by its ability to attract more jobs, bring in new business, and grow population. By using this framework, Midwestern cities can be perceived as failing, despite thriving in other overlooked indicators. This perception incentivizes those in economic develop…
 
From its founding in 1946, ingenuity and innovation have been at the heart of GOJO Industries. At the time, tire and rubber manufacturers in Akron were cleaning their hands with harsh chemicals. So founders Goldie and Jerry Lippman created a one-step, rinse-off hand cleaner as a solution. Purell Hand Sanitizer would follow in 1988. Now in its 75th …
 
The U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women\'s Health Organization completely altered the legal landscape for access to abortion. Nearly 50 years earlier, Roe v. Wade had seemed to enshrine abortion protections, but the recent decision has shifted the power back to the states, creating a patchwork of protections and prohibitions--with…
 
What happens when teachers, law enforcement, and other adults in positions of authority are less protective and more punitive with certain kids? Recent research has uncovered an \"Adultification Bias\" against Black girls, who are viewed as less innocent and more adult-like than their white peers. Natural Black hair and fashion continue to be dress…
 
According to the U.S. Department of Veteran\'s Affairs, there are approximately 19 million Veterans in the country in 2020. Veterans bring valuable skills and experiences from their time served to our country\'s workforce. They become our teachers, healthcare professionals, public service employees, and most notably, our neighbors and community mem…
 
The high profile federal opioid cases have left many Americans with the sense that they understand the opioid crisis, who was responsible, and how it came to pass. There\'s another dimension to the full story, however, one that might have remained hidden from public view, were it not for the reporting of Scott Higham and Sari Horwitz of the Washing…
 
We\'re all familiar with the Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution, which includes the right to freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, and the prohibition against unreasonable searches and seizures; As well as the post-Civil War Fourteenth Amendment, which bars states from depriving any persons of life, liberty, or property without due proces…
 
Like most urban downtowns throughout the nation, Downtown Cleveland is moving on from a period of instability triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic. Approximately 60% of downtown\'s workforce has returned to the office, foot traffic has returned to nearly 80% of pre-pandemic levels, and more small businesses opened downtown over the course of the pand…
 
Kurt Russell was first inspired to become a teacher in middle school when he encountered his first Black male teacher. He is now a 25-year veteran of the classroom and teaches history at Oberlin High School in Oberlin, OH, where he was born and raised.\r\n\r\nKurt\'s classes include African American history, which he has taught since the late 1990s…
 
It started with a phone call to Jackie Acho from Detective Christopher Gibbons with the Cleveland Division of Police. He said, \"I think we have a problem with empathy, can you help us?\" Jackie is the President of the Acho Group, a strategy and leadership consulting firm whose 2014 TEDx talk - A Good Day's Work Requires Empathy caught Detective Gi…
 
What happens when residents are empowered to decide together how to spend public money in their own communities? This is the foundational premise of \"participatory budgeting.\" It aims to deepen democracy, build stronger communities, and make public budgets more equitable and effective. The first participatory budgeting efforts began in 1989, in P…
 
Leading up to the election on November 8, 2022, The City Club of Cleveland extended invitations to the candidates running for Ohio Attorney General. Join us for a VIRTUAL City Club forum to hear from Democratic candidate, Representative Jeff Crossman. His opponent, the incumbent Attorney General Republican Dave Yost, declined our invitation.\r\n\r\…
 
When she appeared at The Texas Tribune Festival in late September, Liz Cheney was unequivocal: "I certainly will do whatever it takes to make sure Donald Trump isn\'t anywhere close to the Oval Office," she told the closing night audience. If the 45th President is nominated by the GOP, she\'ll leave the party, the lifelong Republican added.\r\n\r\n…
 
If you know Dave Isay, you likely know of him as the founder of StoryCorps, the audio project that has been inviting Americans to interview family members about their lives for nearly 20 years. For years, NPR listeners have built a Friday routine around the selection of these interviews that are shared over the air during Morning Edition, inspiring…
 
Out-of-School Time (OST) is largely defined as the hours before school (6am-8am) and after school (3pm-6pm), as well as the months over summer break. It\'s those intermittent times when a K-12 student isn\'t in school, but still requires care. That\'s where OST services step in. These programs provide safe and enriching environments during critical…
 
Cleveland has always been a welcoming, gateway city. Immigrants and refugees are playing an increasingly critical role in every facet of Greater Cleveland's economy. According to Global Cleveland, they are twice as likely as native-born to become entrepreneurs, and nearly one-fifth of immigrants age 27 years or older in the Cleveland metro area hav…
 
Cleveland\'s infant mortality rate is one of the worst in the nation, and according to the Cuyahoga County Board of Health, Black babies in Cuyahoga County are almost three times more likely to die before their first birthday than white babies. Despite some improvements in infant mortality generally, the infant mortality rate among Black babies has…
 
According to research, music is a crucial tool for navigating emotions and reducing stress. It also is a unifying and sometimes rallying force that bridges differences in identities, political ideologies, and cultural backgrounds. So, when a recent survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation found the pandemic's mental health impact has been pronounce…
 
Leading up to the election on November 8, 2022, The City Club of Cleveland extended invitations to the Republican and Democratic Party candidates running for the United States Senate. Join us in person at the City Club to hear from the Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senate, Congressman Tim Ryan.\r\n\r\nTim Ryan is a lifelong Ohioan who grew up in Ni…
 
A competitive labor market has given rise to a new era of worker power. There have been successful unionization efforts at corporate juggernauts like Amazon and Starbucks, and companies are reconsidering wage and benefits packages to attract talent. How can employers, worker advocates, policymakers, and philanthropists leverage this moment and brin…
 
In the wake of major legislation - the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the CHIPS and Science Act, and the Inflation Reduction Act - the Biden-Harris Administration is now implementing major public investments across a range of sectors from clean energy to semiconductors to broadband. This work is key to executing on the Administration's modern Ameri…
 
Growing up can be hard enough. For LGBTQ+ youth, coming out adds to the pressures and challenges as they come of age. Studies have shown that LGBTQ+ youth are more than four times as likely to attempt suicide than their peers. But when those kids are given access to LGBTQ-affirming spaces, they reported lower rates of suicide attempts, according to…
 
Since 1947, NBC\'s \"Meet the Press\" has provided its viewers with critical analysis on politics from the nation\'s top thinkers and incisive interviews with political leaders from across the political spectrum. Since 2014, Chuck Todd has hosted the show hailed as the longest-running show on American television.\r\n\r\nWith just over one month bef…
 
What many have coined the \"great resignation,\" human resource professionals see an era of great opportunity. Employers are now considering different life journeys and longer lifespans as key influencers in retention and workplace benefits programs--including benefits on health and wellness. They have viewed this era as a time to reimagine talent …
 
It has now been over a decade of Cuyahoga County government reform since voters replaced corruption scandals with an elected county executive and 11-member county council. And soon, voters will also decide on a new county executive after eight years of leadership under Armond Budish.\r\n\r\nThe county government serves 1.2 million residents with a …
 
The announcement of a $20 billion semi-conductor manufacturing facility in suburban Columbus sent a shock wave across the state and region. The largest single economic investment in the state\'s history, Intel is poised to change the state\'s economy in lasting ways. For Ohio, the question is how to leverage this investment and existing industrial …
 
Join us for the annual tradition of hearing from CMSD CEO Eric S. Gordon, leader of the region\'s largest public school district - a district whose improvement many believe is key to the future success of our city and region.\r\n\r\nThis forum is presented by Keybank and PNC, with additional support from The Good Community Foundation and The Plain …
 
It has been eight years since Cuyahoga county has had an open seat in the County Executive\'s office and 12 years since voters approved a reform to create the office of county executive. The charter specifically called for \"effective and accountable leadership\", \"an improved focus on equity for all our communities and citizens\", economic compet…
 
The New Yorker called Ishmael Reed "a founding father of American multiculturalism," and "America's most fearless satirist." A colleague at The University of California, where he taught for 35 years, said he "is probably our most prolific faculty member." This year, the multilingual poet, publisher, novelist, playwright, cartoonist, and lyricist, b…
 
When our loved ones, neighbors, or those we serve are in emotional distress, or experiencing a mental health crisis, there are moments when a response from a therapeutic professional may be the best option. The recent increase of behavioral health issues, particularly among children and young adults has sounded alarms, and communities nationwide ar…
 
It seems like 50 is the new 30, and standard aging milestones once considered the norm in prior generations are now occurring later in life. With new scientific breakthroughs and cutting-edge technology, the human lifespan is expected to continue to increase.\r\n\r\n\"The Great Age Reboot: Cracking the Longevity Code for a Younger Tomorrow\" by Mic…
 
Justin Driver, author of \"The Schoolhouse Gate: Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Battle for the American Mind\" is an award-winning Robert R. Slaughter Professor of Law at Yale. Driver maintains that since the 1970s, the Supreme Court has regularly abdicated responsibility in protecting students' rights, risking transforming public sch…
 
A 2021 poll by political consultancy GBAO revealed that 81 percent of Ohioans favored a youth justice system that focuses on prevention and rehabilitation, rather than punishment and incarceration. Yet, despite declining national incarceration trends, Black and Indigenous youth are still incarcerated and sentenced at higher rates than their white p…
 
Brian Zimmerman joined the Metroparks as CEO in 2010 and within those last 12 years the park district expanded significantly: the creation of the Lakefront Reservation and Acacia Reservation are monumental achievements, among others. In November, voters will be asked to approve a 2.7 mill levy, securing the operations revenue that supports the park…
 
Leading up to the election on November 8, 2022, The City Club of Cleveland extended invitations to the Republican and Democratic Party candidates running for Ohio Governor. Join us in-person at the City Club to hear from the Democratic Candidate for Governor of Ohio, Nan Whaley.\r\n\r\nWhaley grew up in a small town in Indiana and moved to Ohio to …
 
Behavioral health and homelessness profoundly influence each other, often in reinforcing ways. The unhoused are already among the most medically vulnerable populations, at higher risk for high blood pressure, asthma, infectious diseases, and other chronic conditions. The experience of being homeless also increases the likelihood of depression and a…
 
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