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Black Cleveland History: A Reflective Look Back: This presentation will take a look back at the role as well as importance that African-Americans played in crafting a presence in the Black Cleveland community. Topics explored will include, but are not limited to, the influence of African American politicians, inventors, film entertainers, athletes and musicians in the Cleveland community. This presentation will reflect on this history as well as instill self-confidence in the members of the audience to pursue their dreams.
speaker: Terry Echols


Ethnic History of Cleveland: a narrative history of the many ethnic groups that migrated to the Cleveland area from the early 19th to the 20th century. Included will be a discussion of the migration of the many ethnic groups to Cleveland, the places where they worked, the neighborhoods they developed and the effect they had on the history of the City of Cleveland.
speaker: David A. Bernatowicz

Guide to the Archives of Cuyahoga County
speaker: Angela Manella


History of Cuyahoga Community College: As Cuyahoga Community College celebrates its 50th Anniversary throughout 2013, Archivist Angela Manella discusses the College's history and the items of historical significance that are preserved in the Cuyahoga Community College Archives.
speaker: Angela Manella


Industrial History of Cleveland: a narrative history of the various industries that developed in the Cleveland area from 1940 to the end of the 20th century.
speaker: David A. Bernatowicz



Re-Entry for Ex-Offenders: With more ex-offenders returning to Cleveland than any other city in Ohio, this is an issue that affects our entire community. This speech will discuss the problems encountered by ex-offenders in re-entering society after serving their sentences, the factors that lead to recidivism and what can be done to help ex-offenders to become productive members of society.
speaker: Victoria Berry

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