Say Something Call to Action Week; LGBT Discrimination Bill

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Schools nationwide are talking about preventing violence during "Say Something Call to Action Week" this week, an initiative spurred by the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook in 2012. Join The Sound of Ideas as we learn about how Northeast Ohio schools are taking action to prevent violence and save lives. Later, details on proposed legislation that would protect the LGBTQ community from job discrimination.

 

Resources:

Sandy Hook Promise

 

Guests: 

-Officer Marty Eberhart, Summit County School Resource Officer, Barberton High School

-Dr. Michael Hanlon, Superintendent, Chardon High School

-Rep. Nickie Antonio (D-Lakewood) 

-Tyson Meikle, Recruiting Program Manager, Hyland Software

-Rebecca Scina, Founding Member, LGBTQA Employee Resource Group, Hyland Software

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