Pathways to Peace; Cleveland Youth Violence; Transplant Games

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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.  

 

Resources:

Pathways to Peace

Ideastream Listening Project Reports

Transplant Games of America

Transplant Games Full Schedule

Guests: 

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 
 

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The Sound of Ideas

Transplant Games Set for Opening Ceremony in Cleveland

Jun. 9, 2016
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The Sound of Ideas

Pathways to Peace: Plain Dealer Project Tackles Youth...

Jun. 9, 2016
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