Listening To Survivors; MetroHealth Targets Food Insecurity; 200 Years of Frankenstein

We begin with a conversation with Sondra Miller, CEO and President of the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, to help answer some of the questions that have arisen this past week, such as why many people choose not to report sexual misconduct to authorities -- or why some people don't come forward with their experience right away, or at all. 

We'll learn of a new MetroHealth program that could put prescribed vegetables on tables in some area homes.

And Mary Shelley may be long gone, but the iconic creature she breathed life into turns 200 years old. We'll talk with a local professor about the staying power of Frankenstein



Sondra Miller, CEO & President, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center 

James Misak, MD, MetroHealth

Jennifer Bier, Manager of Ambulatory Nutrition, MetroHealth 

Kirsten Parkinson, PhD, Director of the Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing and Literature, Hiram College

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