Gabriel KramerReporter/Producer & “NewsDepth” Host
Expertise: Diversity, race and inclusion
Education: Medina High School
Kent State University - Bachelor of Science, journalism
Favorite spot in Northeast Ohio: The Academy Tavern patio in Larchmere
Gabriel Kramer started at Ideastream Public Media in 2015. His news coverage includes a wide range of topics including politics and business, with a heavy focus on race and minority issues. Gabriel graduated from Kent State University in 2014 where he served as the first minority general manager of TV2, Kent State's student-run TV station. He is an active member of the Asian American Journalists Association and is the current president of the Filipino American National Historical Society's Ohio Chapter.
- 2022 Emmy Award, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Central Great Lakes Chapter - Documentary Cultural, "The 87th Annual Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards"
- 2020 Ohio Society of Professional Journalists - Best Business Reporting
- 2019 Asian American Journalists Association - Best Multimedia, “Cleveland Barbershop Offers Free Blood Pressure Screenings”
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The historically Black fraternity Beta Lambda Omega said providing a family of four a new home helps fight homelessness in Cleveland.
Northeast Ohioans gathered to show support in separate events for both Israel and Palestine. Violence in the region broke out this weekend when Hamas began what Israel said were unprovoked attacks on the nation.
The Cleveland-based literary prize is the only American book prize that focuses on works that address racism and diversity.
Stark County's first LGBTQ+ resource center celebrated its opening Friday.
Community organizer Ricky Smith embarks on "R.A.K.E. Gives Hope" hospital tour in honor of his late sisterThe Cleveland-based charity, Random Acts of Kind Everywhere, starts its 30-city tour visiting cancer centers around the country.
PB CLE needs nearly 6,000 valid signatures to get a "participatory budget" initiative on the November ballot.
Cleveland officials tout a new ordinance to increase minority and women participation in developmentOn Tuesday, officials from the city of Cleveland met with members of the press on the steps of City Hall to discuss what they say is the "historic community impact" of the recently passed Community Benefits Ordinance.
Charter bus passengers from Akron to D.C. plan to march outside the Department of Justice in support of Jayland Walker, who was shot and killed by Akron police in 2022.
The senior coordinator will be responsible for building relationships with multicultural and immigration-focused organizations and immigrant and minority communities in Cleveland.
The Downtown Cleveland Greyhound station was purchase by a private developer earlier this year. Those who rely on the station share their thoughts if the location moves.