400 Years: The Vestiges of Slavery in Cleveland

  ‘Where is our democracy?’ Cleveland Alphas engage students in politics

The Men of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Delta Alpha Lambda Chapter in conjunction with the Black American Council of Cuyahoga Community College gave Cleveland area students a chance to express their voices.

  Karamu House, America’s oldest African-American theater in Cleveland, undergoing $14.5M renovation

  How slavery still impacts Northeast Ohio, and what can be done to solve the lingering inequality

  Young, gifted and black: Turning pain into power through art, philanthropy and entrepreneurship

  Ministers reflect on the past, present and future of the black church

  400 Years: Bridging the achievement gap in education

  Education and struggle for equity highlighted nationally with focus on Shaker Heights Schools

Continued Coverage

  ‘It took us 400 years to get to this point and it’s going to take a long time for us to make things right’

  19 News special report examines unresolved trauma in the black community

  Black History Month series digs into race, inequality and injustice