New Lynching Memorial; Defeating Dementia; Cleveland's Trees

More than five million American adults suffer from Alzheimer's. This is the only one of the top 10 causes of American deaths that cannot be prevented, or cured. The President of the Alzheimer's Association stops by Idea Center.

A local historian talks about her recent trip to the new National Memorial for Peace and Justice Museum. It is a memorial about the hidden history of America's 4,000 lynchings of African Americans from 1877 to 1950.

A history lesson about the trees that existed when Moses Cleaveland arrived in 1796.

Guests: 

Susan Hall; The Cleveland History Center of the Western Reserve Historical Society Director of Community Relations and Curator

Sandra Esber, Pedeatric Certified Nurse Practitioner and Lactation Consultant

Harry Johns; Alzheimer's Association of America President and CEO

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