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History of Hough: Cleveland Neighborhood Series

October 5 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Join us on October 5 at 1:30 p.m. via Zoom for a seminar discussion on the history of Hough led by John Grabowski (GRS ’77), Ph.D., Associate Professor of Applied History, Case Western Reserve University and Don Freeman (CWR ’61), retired Director, League Park Center.

This is the first session of a three-part Cleveland Neighborhood series on Hough in collaboration with the CWRU Social Justice Institute and Venture for America. The Neighborhood Seminars are a subset of the Case Western Reserve University Entrepreneurship Speaker Series focusing on different neighborhoods in Cleveland.

To join the Zoom Webinar follow this link: https://cwru.zoom.us/j/99604230372?pwd=ZVRnQnV0YVFneDdLTnl4Q1NPdEFxZz09

Background on Hough

Located on Cleveland’s East Side, the Hough neighborhood lies between Euclid and Superior Avenues and spans from E. 55th to E. 105th streets. This community is located near some of the city’s most prominent employers, including the Cleveland Clinic and University Circle. In the aftermath of the Hough Riots in 1966, the neighborhood experienced incremental growth until the last few decades in which an accelerated amount of commercial and public investment has been made.

Schedule

Module 1History of Hough

  • October 5 at 1:30 p.m.
  • Moderated by Darrell Butler, CWRU Student
  • Panelists:
    • Don Freeman, retired Director, League Park Center.
    • John Grabowski, Professor of Applied History, CWRU

Module 2Hough Entrepreneurship

Module 3Hough Community Development

We will also be broadcasting this roundtable and future roundtables to LinkedIn Live on CWRU Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship’s LinkedIn page on  October 5 at 1:30 p.m.

Details

Date:
October 5
Time:
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://community.case.edu/VealeInstitute/rsvp_boot?id=757637

Venue

Zoom