Primary Results; MOCA Town Halls & "Requiem for a Running Back" Doc

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Cleveland voters decided that Mayor Frank Jackson and Councilman Zack Reed will square off in November for Cleveland's next Mayor. Several City Council seats are contested, too. On The Sound of Ideas, ideastream's Nick Castele joins us for primary election results and analysis. Later, a preview of a new effort to foster inclusion and empathy through constructive dialogue. Plus, a documentary, Requiem for a Running Back aims to spread awareness about the dangers of sports concussions. 



Requiem for a Running Back - documentary screening at Baldwin Wallace University

September 16, 2017, 9 a.m.

Room 115, Telfer Hall

Free and open to the public.


-Nick Castele, Reporter, ideastream

-Glory Brissett, Former Refugee from Democratic Republic of Congo & Case Manager, Catholic Charities Diocese of Cleveland

-Murat Gurer, Immigrant from Turkey & Sales and Marketing Specialist, Taazaa Inc.

-Megan Lykins Reich, Deputy Director, Museum of Contemporary Art

-Rebecca Carpenter, Director, "Requiem for a Running Back"

-Dr. Patrick Ledwidge, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Baldwin Wallace University

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