SUN, FEB 17, 3PM
$10 General; $5 Maltz Museum & Siegal Lifelong Learning Members
Jewish relations with African Americans in mid-twentieth century urban neighborhoods like Glenville and Mount Pleasant (Kinsman) left a lasting legacy, with implications for their enduring but sometimes misunderstood connection. Join author and urban studies professor Todd Michney, to address ethnic trepidation, tolerance, and turnover in such neighborhoods. A book signing follows the talk.
Sponsored by Facing History, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, and CWRU – Siegal Lifelong Learning.