March For Our Lives; Cleveland Humanities Festival: Health & 2018 Community Tour Preview

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On The Sound of Ideas, StateImpact Ohio education reporter Ashton Marra shares insights from the nation's capital, and on the bus ride there and back, for Saturday's "March for Our Lives." Then, we'll explore some of the themes addressed in the 3rd Cleveland Humanities Festival, which centers this year on the intersection of health and the arts. Can creative writing help medical students give better care? And what do old texts tell us about the art of dying?



The Sound of Ideas Community Tour: Opioid Crisis in Lake County

Tuesday, March 27 at 5pm - 6:30pm, free and open to the public



-Ashton Marra, StateImpact Ohio Education Reporter, ideastream

-Dr. Peter Knox, PhD, Director, Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, Case Western Reserve University 

-Dr. Martin Kohn, PhD, Director of the Program in Medical Humanities at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine

-Dr. Maggie Vinter, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Case Western Reserve University

-Eileen Anderson-Fye, Director, Medicine, Society & Culture & Associate Professor of Bioethics, Case Western Reserve University

-Sandy Miller, Recovery Advocate in Cleveland and Lake County

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