Safety At Religious Institutions; Divided By Design; Life After Hate

The deadly mass shooting at a small Texas church renews focus on security in places of worship. Now, a local forum focuses on how faith-based institutions can prepare for serious threats.

How did Cleveland's original school choice movement in the 1960s lead to the Cleveland school system we have today? Our Divided by Design series shines a spotlight on education.

Life After Hate: a former white power advocate shares his personal journey of transformation and why he's now spreading a message of compassion and kindness.

For More Information:

Cleveland Faith-Based Security Summit Emergency  Planning Workshop

FEMA: Protecting Your House of Worship

Homeland Security web site: Active Shooter Preparedness

FBI Research & Resources on Active Shooter Incidents


Cassandra Bledsoe, Reverend, Greater Abysinnia Baptist Church

Harold Pretel, Commander, Cleveland Division of Police Bureau of Homeland Services

Tony McAleer, Co-Founder, Life After Hate

Gregg Levine, Jewish Federation of Cleveland

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