We are heading towards the future fast. Cleveland and the rest of Ohio is recovering from the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. We are moving out of survival mode and looking to bring back lending and vital communities to Ohio. The question is, what should we do next to create fair lending and vital communities? Policies are being made, legislation is being passed, and plans are being written to bring Ohio and it's communities to a safer, healthier, more secure, and a more equal place. Everyone should have a voice in what happens next to our communities. Explore this years Brown Bag Lunch Forums and see how our diverse group of panelists share how they want to bring equality and vitalization to Ohio. See if you agree with what is planned next.
This series consisted of 4 brown bag lunch forums and culminated in the full-day fall conference. All events were hosted at the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University. Known as the place "where the community gathers to discuss challenges, create opportunities, and celebrate accomplishments," the Levin College Forum Program is a catalyst for thoughtful public debate, innovative thinking, new ideas, and timely action addressing critical issues that impact Northeast Ohio. THEME: CORE CUYAHOGA – WHAT’S NEXT? WHERE WILL THE COUNTY BE IN 10 YEARS?