Refugee Economic Impact; InterCLE 2017; Football In American Art

Cleveland is regarded as generally being a hospitable place for refugees. A new study measures the economic impact refugees have on our region.

They travel thousands of miles from home to study here in Northeast Ohio.  There's an event planned called InterCLE 2017 to put out the welcome mat with the hope of keeping them here after they graduate.

The Browns went undefeated in the preseason. So are you ready for some football?  Well, how about football as depicted in Scrimmage: Football in American Art From the Civil War to the Present  at the Canton Museum of Art?

 

Guests: 

Michael Byun, Chief Executive Officer of Asian Services in Action and Founding Member of Refugee Services Collaborative

Joe Cimperman, Global Cleveland President

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