Living History – Hough, Before and Beyond 1966

ideastream Reporter/Producer Nick Castele hosts a panel discussion that serves as a center piece for this hour-long exploration the Hough community. Millionaires inhabited Hough before WWI, middle, working class immigrant residents populated Hough in the 1930s and 1940s and by 1960, the populace was predominantly African American. Additionally, not many people know the stories behind the local and national policies that led to the unrest of 1966, the fires that burned through the 70s, or the neighborhood Hough became from the 80s through today. Hosted by Tony Ganzer with his report and excerpts from an episode of the Sound of Ideas are included.

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