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How We Win the Civil War: Remarks by Author Steve Phillips

The City Club of Cleveland firmly believes in the free expression of all ideas and the benefits of an open exchange. It is nonpartisan and does not take positions on issues. All speakers must answer unfiltered, unrehearsed questions directly from the audience.

Steve Phillips talks about his latest book at the City Club of Cleveland.
Emily Flitter shares about the racial wealth gap at the City Club of Cleveland.
Kristin Warzocha joined the team at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank in 2000.
Episodes
Alana Nichols suffered a traumatic spinal cord injury while snowboarding at the age of 17.
How to improve police response and engagement in our neighborhoods is the topic.
The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District has been cleaning wastewater for 50 years.
Dean Steinglass's releases a monumental 696-page book, The Ohio Constitution.
A simple conversation model could help citizens bridge the nation's partisan divide.
Kristin Henning has spent 25 years representing Black children in Washington, D.C.
Carey Jaros successfully led GOJO Industries during the early days of COVID-19.
Cleveland's infant mortality rate is one of the worst in the nation.
A competitive labor market has given rise to a new era of worker power.
Growing up can be hard enough. For LGBTQ+ youth, coming out adds to the pressures.
A conversation about Cleveland's educational future
Liz Cheney offers her thoughts on the state of the nation and the future of the republic.
Extras
Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson gave his annual update on the state of the city.
What initiatives and tactics should we pursue to ensure our economic competitiveness?
Campbell discusses his organization's massive project to redevelop Toronto's waterfront.
The costs and payoff of a sin tax extension were debated at the City Club.
Capital punishment is still one of the most hotly contested issues across the country.
We assess our region's progress against benchmarks that matter in our regional economy.
Leroy Sutton, former Lincoln-West Wrestler; Dartanyon Crockett, U.S. Paralympic Athlete.
County Executive Ed FitzGerald discussed the county's progress during his time in office.
Join us for the first official debate between Mayor Frank Jackson and Ken Lanci.
Join us for a discussion panel with keynote speaker Dr. Louis Schorsch, ArcelorMittal.
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