Soledad O'Brien Visits For Book Week; Women's Health In Ohio; Mass Hysteria Improv Comedy Festival

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Soledad O'Brien, as you likely know,  is an award-winning broadcast journalist and former anchor on CNN.  She's also an author and an entrepreneur. And a reader. O'Brien will be in Cleveland for Book Week next week, which culminates with the awarding of the  Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards.  She joins me this morning to talk about books that shape our lives.  Later, a United Health Foundation survey last year ranked Oho 32nd among states for the health of women and children. We'll discuss efforts to make them healthier and the role that public policy and plays. Plus, we'll meet the Deena Nyer Mendlowitz and Sam Dee, founders of this weekend's; "Mass Hysteria Improv Comedy Fest," a festival created by women and for everyone.

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Soledad O'Brien, Broadcast Journalist, Entrepreneur, Author
Marlene Harris-Taylor, Be Well Health Reporter, Ideastream  
Tracy Carter, VP Government Relations, MetroHealth System 
Iris Harvey, President & CEO, Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio  
Amy Hise, MD, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Deena Nyer Mendlowitz, Co-founder, Mass Hysteria Improv Comedy Festival  
Sam Dee, Co-Founder, Mass Hysteria Improv Comedy Festival  

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