Hough: Before and Beyond '66

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It's 50 years ago this month that economic distress and racial tensions boiled over into a week of riots on the East Side of Cleveland. This morning at 9 on The Sound of Ideas, join us as we remember Hough: Before and Beyond '66. We'll be live at Eliza Bryant with first hand remembrances and a look at Hough today. Hope you can be with us.


Event Details: 

The Sound of Ideas airs live from Eliza Bryant Village, the oldest African American retirement facility in the country, and located in Hough. 

9am-10am ET, if you'd like to be an audience member, please arrive at 8:30am ET. 


-Mark Souther, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities, Cleveland State University

-Mark Urycki, Reporter, ideastream

-Joyce Harris, Lifelong Hough Resident

-Nick Castele, Reporter, ideastream 

-Mansfield Frazier, Founder, Vineyards of Chateau Hough

-Deborah Enty, Chief Operating Officer, Eliza Bryant Village

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