Pathways to Peace; Cleveland Youth Violence; Transplant Games
While Cleveland's downtown resurgence gets plenty of local and national attention, in some neighborhoods there is a different narrative. In those areas, youth violence tears at the fabric of family and community life. It's a complex issue Cleveland is facing with no easy fix. We'll talk to reporters from The Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com about a new reporting project that looks at what's working elsewhere and talk to community leaders about what might work here.
Plus, the Transplant Games of America brings a six-day sports competition to Cleveland.
George Rodrigue, Editor, The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Brie Zeltner, Health Reporter, The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Rachel Dissell, Reporter, The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Michael Walker, Executive Director, Partnership for a Safer Cleveland
Daniel J. Flannery, Ph.D; Director of the Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education, Case Western Reserve University
Bill Ryan, Executive Director, Transplant Games of America
Colleen Gerber, Two-time kidney recipient, Co-Manager for Team Ohio
Randy Oyaski, Double-lung recipient