Wed., Oct. 1, 4pm
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Since the founding of the Hebrew Observer in 1889, Cleveland has had a rich history of Jewish journalism, with a dozen different newspapers published in Yiddish and English. Jews have also made significant contributions to mainstream papers as writers, editors and publishers. Hear more about this fascinating story from Jay Miller, reporter and former managing editor at Crain’s Cleveland Business and author of numerous books on Northeast Ohio history.
This program is part of the 2014-21014 Cleveland Jewish History and Public Policy Series co-sponsored by Cleveland Jewish News Foundation, The Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program at Case Western Reserve University, Teaching Cleveland Digital and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage.