Al Lerner, owner of the Cleveland Browns football team and president of Carmen Policy, gives a preview of the 1998 Browns season at the Sheraton City Center.
David Hopcraft, Executive Director of the Plain Dealer, and Former Cleveland Mayor Carl Stokes, debate the question: are newspapers doing their job?
Christopher Edley, Jr., Professor, Harvard Law, speaks about his experience as senior advisor to President Clinton's commission on race.
Raphael Silver speaks in memory of his father, Rabbi Abba Hillel.
William D. Novelli, president of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, speaks about the dangers of tobacco for America's youth.