Posted Monday, November 19, 2012
Every year around this time, nonprofit groups honor the heroes in their midst, mayors shake the hands of heroic cops and firefighters. The newspaper aims a holiday-season spotlight on everyday heroes. On the next Sound of Ideas, we'll examine the range of heroism -- it doesn't always involve running into a burning building. And we'll meet with some northeast Ohio heroes. Do you know anyone who deserves to wear a red cape? Tell us about it and join the conversation Monday morning at 9 with host Mike McIntyre..
Arts and Culture, Community/Human Interest
Fran Hogg, Face-to–Face Advocate Volunteer, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center
Chris Manacci, Good Samaritan and Founding Director of the Advanced Practice Flight Nurse Program, Case Western Medical Center
Barbara Rodgers, Volunteer, Miles Park Elementary
Ryan Gomerac, Volunteer, Super Heroes to Kids in Ohio
Philip Zimbardo, Professor of Psychology, Stanford University
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