Fernway Elementary School Fire Update; 50 Years Since Glenville Shootout

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After the fire this month at Fernway Elementary School in Shaker Heights, district officials have a lot to sort out. Will the building, a hub of the community, be restored? Where will the 300-plus students report for school and will they be together? I'm Mike McIntyre. Thoughts from school officials join Monday morning at 9 on the Sound of Ideas. And we'll revist the book, "Ballots and Bullets" with author James Robenalt on the 50 year anniversary of the Glenville Shootout.

 

Guests: 

-Chris Hayward, Principal, Fernway Elementary School 

-Scott Stephens, Executive Director of Communications, Shaker Heights City School District

-James Robenalt, Author of Ballots and Bullets: Black Power Politics and Urban Guerrilla Warfare in 1968 Cleveland, Partner, Thompson Hine

-Walter Beach, Eyewitness to Glenville Riots, Former Cleveland Browns player & Assistant to Mayor Carl Stokes

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