The Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Advisory Board is accepting funding requests for programming for the 2015 MLK Celebration, “Our Call to Action: Movements, Media, and Mobilization,” which will run from Friday, Jan. 16, to Friday, Jan.
The Cleveland Hillel Foundation will present “Israel: Its People in Photos” with Goor Dotan, on Monday, Nov. 24, at 7 p.m. at Cleveland Hillel.
The presentation and lecture will display portrait and landscape photographs and
The Weatherhead 100 list recognizes Northeast Ohio’s leaders in sales growth, with the 2014 list most often focusing on companies focused on professional services or manufacturing.
Since 1988, the Weatherhead School of Management has honored
Gov. John R. Kasich and Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor recently recognized International Education Week, proclaiming the value of international education and encouraging Ohioans to join the celebration.
International Education Week is a national celebration of
Economic stress, by driving down property values, has threatened one of the main sources of revenue for Northeast Ohio’s local governments. Incomes are recovering only slowly from the effects of the recession. At the
“Salsa for Water” is Engineers Without Borders’ annual awareness event to educate the Case Western Reserve University community about the lack of clean water resources in Latin America.
Join Engineers Without Borders on Saturday, Nov.
The Case Western Reserve University Early Music Singers will present Chapelle et Chateau: French Music from 1200-1600.
The performance will take place on Friday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Harkness Chapel.
The group will be under
Rhonda Williams, associate professor of history and director of the Social Justice Institute, and Noura Erakat, assistant professor at George Mason University, will present “From Gaza to Ferguson: Human Rights and the Question of