CWRU Lead Poisoning Study; Dreamers Give Perspective on DACA Supreme Court Decision

A new CWRU study followed the impact of lead poisoning on young lives. [Jamie Hooper / shutterstock]
A new CWRU study followed the impact of lead poisoning on young lives. [Jamie Hooper / shutterstock]
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On The Sound of Ideas, journalist Rachel Dissell, who has reported for years about lead poisoning of Cleveland's children, joins us as we learn from Case Western Reserve University researchers about the impact of lead on the lives of children into adulthood. Later, reaction to the Supreme Court's ruling on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals act. We'll hear directly from Dreamers impacted by the decision.

Guests: 

-Dr. Claudia Coulton, PhD, Professor, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences & Co-Director, Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University

-Dr. Rob Fischer, PhD, Associate Professor, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences & Co-Director, Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University & Chair, Research and Evaluation Committee, Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition

-Rachel Dissell, Freelance Reporter

-Denisse Rangel, DACA Recipient 

-Dan, DACA Recipient 

-Maria, DACA Recipient 

-Alvaro DeCola, Attorney practicing immigration and criminal defense law

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