© 2024 Ideastream Public Media

1375 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
(216) 916-6100 | (877) 399-3307

WKSU is a public media service licensed to Kent State University and operated by Ideastream Public Media.
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
0:00 0:00
Available On Air Stations

Changing of the Guard: A Neighborhood Plan for the Next Era

Season 27 Episode 1 | 56m 46s

A new generation of diverse leaders have a new vision for the future of the city, and for many, it starts with our neighborhoods. Recently, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress developed a comprehensive platform focused on municipal modernization, infrastructure, economic development, and housing.

Aired: 01/06/22
Extras
Terence Blanchard is in Cleveland for an appearance with The Cleveland Orchestra.
Barbara McQuade discusses real, accessible solutions for countering disinformation.
Just Action co-author Leah Rothstein speaks at the City Club of Cleveland.
Four Cleveland nonprofits receive money from billionaire MacKenzie Scott.
Yusuf Dahl has been on both sides of the struggle to strengthen America’s vulnerable neighborhoods.
Join the Cit Club for a discussion about Greater Cleveland’s future economic and cultural growth.
Economic stability in Black families through banking, credit, and entrepreneurship.
The City of Cleveland will be in the path of totality of a total solar eclipse.
Cleveland will host the 2024 NCAA Women’s Final Four.
Mayor Justin M. Bibb will discuss the foundational work and progress made.
All
  • All
  • The City Club Forum Season 28
  • The City Club Forum Season 27
  • The City Club Forum Season 26
  • The City Club Forum Season 25
  • The City Club Forum Season 24
  • The City Club Forum Season 23
  • The City Club Forum Season 22
  • The City Club Forum Season 21
  • The City Club Forum Season 20
  • The City Club Forum Season 19
  • The City Club Forum Season 18
Terence Blanchard is in Cleveland for an appearance with The Cleveland Orchestra.
Barbara McQuade discusses real, accessible solutions for countering disinformation.
Just Action co-author Leah Rothstein speaks at the City Club of Cleveland.
Four Cleveland nonprofits receive money from billionaire MacKenzie Scott.
Yusuf Dahl has been on both sides of the struggle to strengthen America’s vulnerable neighborhoods.
Join the Cit Club for a discussion about Greater Cleveland’s future economic and cultural growth.
Economic stability in Black families through banking, credit, and entrepreneurship.
The City of Cleveland will be in the path of totality of a total solar eclipse.
Mayor Justin M. Bibb will discuss the foundational work and progress made.
Cleveland will host the 2024 NCAA Women’s Final Four.