Indians Begin Postseason; Documentary on Afghanistan School

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The Indians launch their post-season run against the Red Sox.  But this time, they enter the playoffs without the weight of Cleveland's sports championship drought on their shoulders.  Can the Indians capture some October magic and make a bid for the city's second sports title in a year?  Then, we'll discuss a new documentary about educating girls in Afghanistan and how that experience could impact students here.  Finally, details on the 2016 Convencion Hispana.

Guests: 

Matt Underwood, Indians TV, Play-by-Play Announcer  
Nate Crowe, Party at Napoli's, Indians "Fan of the Year" 
Beth Murphy, Director & Producer What Tomorrow Brings 
Razia Jan, Founder, The Zabuli School
Lisa Lefstein-Berusch, Senior Program Associate, Facing History and Ourselves
Jose Feliciano Jr, Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs, External Affairs Administrator at Greater Cleveland RTA 

Resources:

Razia's Ray of Hope Foundation

Facing History website

POV: What Tomorrow Brings

Convencion Hispana

 

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Cleveland: Convención Hispana 2016

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Documentary Focuses on School for Girls in Afghanistan

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Indians Begin October Postseason Journey

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