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Lunch and Learn: Civil Unrest Now and Then

“Civil Unrest: Now and Then”

Friday, April 29, 2016, Noon – 1:00 p.m.
Regional Academic Center, Room 136 
Simulcast to Geauga Campus in Burton, Gallery
Pizza will be provided!
Join Us! 


Featured Guest Panelist: Councilman Zack Reed

Geauga, Regional Academic Center professors and Councilman Zack Reed will present and discuss on this very important topic

Panelist include:
Councilman Reed was a child during the Hough Riots and has some memories of the turmoil and today is involved in the civil unrest through Black Lives Matter.
Dr. Molly Sergi (History) - Historical background of civil unrest.
Dr. Jeanne Marie Stumpf-Carome (Sociology/Anthropology) - Cleveland resident at time of Hough and Glenville riots. Voted for Carl Stokes.  Later worked at Hough Area Development Corporation (HADC) and participated in initial planning for Church Square.
Dr. Sue Clement - (Geology) - Cleveland resident -now living in the neighborhood of Tamir Rice’s tragedy.
Dr. Constance Longmire – Moderator
 
Join us for a factual based discussion about our hometown's civil unrest in the past compared to today.

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