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Featured Staff Pick Storytelling at National Geographic in the Digital Age
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Wednesday, June 20, 2018
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
The City Club of Cleveland
  850 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44114

National Geographic, the official magazine of the National Geographic Society, debuted in 1888 as a professional publication for scientists and geologists. Over the decades, the magazine evolved, moving from technical articles to narrative to storytelling - and including stunning photography - exposing its readers to new places and cultures. But, in doing so, it also contributed to furthering racial stereotypes,...

The Auto Industry in Transition: the Opportunity and the Threat
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Business & Economy

Friday, November 05, 1982, 12:00 p.m.

The Auto Industry in Transition: the Opportunity and the Threat

W. Paul Tippett, Chairman and CEO of American Motors Corporation, discusses opportunities and threats arising from transitions in the automotive industry. Tippett joined American Motors in 1978 as President and Chief Operating Officer and was named President and CEO in January,...

Public Education -- Where is it Going?
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Education

Friday, October 15, 1982, 12:00 p.m.

Public Education -- Where is it Going?

Gene I. Maeroff, education writer for The New York Times, discusses contemporary issues in public education. Maeroff, who write for The Plain Dealer before going to New York, is the author of The Guide to Suburban Public Schools and Don't Blame...

Church, State, and the Arms Race
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World Affairs

Friday, September 17, 1982, 12:00 p.m.

Church, State, and the Arms Race

Bishop Anthony Pilla of the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland discusses the relationship between church, state, and the arms race. Bishop Pilla elaborates on his vision of the church, a vision which depicts a church that suffers alongside the world when...

Observations on the Cleveland Public Schools
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Education

Friday, September 10, 1982, 12:00 p.m.

Observations on the Cleveland Public Schools

In his first public appearance, Dr. Frederick D. Holliday, the newly appointed Superintendent of Cleveland Public Schools, discusses his educational philosophy, professional goals, and personal expectations. Dr. Holliday was the first African-American superintendent of Cleveland schools and is credited with improving...

Does Ohio Need a Stronger Gun Control Law?
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Politics & Public Policy

Friday, August 20, 1982, 12:00 p.m.

Does Ohio Need a Stronger Gun Control Law?

Thompson Hine attorney Barring Coughlin and Michael Edelstein of the National Rifle Association debate whether or not Ohio needs a stronger gun control law. Mr. Coughlin argues for stronger gun control; Mr. Edelstein argues against it.

Who Shall Represent the 25th District in the Ohio Senate?
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Politics & Public Policy

Friday, August 13, 1982, 12:00 p.m.

Who Shall Represent the 25th District in the Ohio Senate?

Paul Matia, the current State Senator for District 25, is not seeing re-election. Ben Skall, State Senator representing Ohio's 22nd District, and Lee Fisher, State Representative for Ohio's 16th District, are vying for the seat. The candidates explain their platforms...

Should the City of Cleveland Run Cable TV?
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Local Matters

Friday, August 06, 1982, 12:00 p.m.

Should the City of Cleveland Run Cable TV?

Edward Richard, Executive Assistant to Mayor George Voinovich, and Lee C. Howley, Jr. of North Coast Cable Company, debate the merits of the public ownership of cable TV by the city of Cleveland.

City Club Pro and Con Debate: T.V.
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Politics & Public Policy

Friday, July 16, 1982, 12:00 p.m.

City Club Pro and Con Debate: T.V.

James Ewinger, Radio TV Critic for The Plain Dealer, and Neal Van Ellis, Vice President and General Manager of WKYC TV, debate the question: are the critics right about T.V.?

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