Photos from the November 2006 Plain Press

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PHOTO BY BILLY DELFS
Friday, October 20, 2006; Historic Haunts Walking Tour in the Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood, Gordon Square: The tour guide prepares his group to visit the Capital Theatre to experience its rich history and learn about plans for its rehabilitation.

PHOTO BY BILLY DELFS
Friday, October 20, 2006; Historic Haunts Walking Tour in the Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood, Gordon Square Arcade: After participating in the tour this group of family and friends stopped for some punch and cookies. (L to R): Dana, Tom Hamleton, Joy, Hanna. Michele and Joel.

PHOTO BY BILLY DELFS
Friday, October 20, 2006; Historic Haunts Walking Tour in the Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood, Bethany Presbyterian Church, 6417 W. Clinton: Twin sisters Monique and Kelcie Dugger of Near West Theatre play the roles of women fleeing slavery in the southern United States. A network of Cleveland neighborhood churches served as a secretive link in the underground railroad.

PHOTO BY BILLY DELFS
Friday, October 20, 2006; Historic Haunts Walking Tour in the Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood, Gordon Square Arcade: After completing the tour, Mary Ezerskis fills out a survey at the concession stand.

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN
Tuesday, October 17, 2006; Northeast Ohio Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign rally, Cleveland City Hall, E. 6th and Lakeside: Members of the Northeast Ohio Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign rally for the formation of a Regional Poverty Action Commission to the concerns of Greater Clevelanders living in poverty.

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN
Tuesday, October 17th, 2006; The World Can’t Wait protest march, Sidewalk in front of the Federal Building, E. 9th and Lakeside:  Marchers protest the Military Commissions Act which protesters say allows the torture of “enemy combatants” while denying them the right to see evidence against them and confront their accusers in court.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON
Thursday, October 12, 2006; Merrick House School Age Child Care Lights On Afterschool Open House, Pilgrim Congregational Church, 2592 W. 14th Street:  Molly Carreon of Merrick House stands in front of a display of examples of the learning environment created by the after school program.

PHOTO BY JOHN CARTWRIGHT
Wednesday, October 4, 2006; Hats off to CMSD Kids Day, Marion C. Seltzer Elementary School, 1468 W. 98th Street: Cleveland Municipal School District Chief Executive Officer Dr. Eugene T.W. Sanders and Ward 18 Councilman Jay Westbrook greet children as they arrive at school in the morning.

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN
Tuesday, October 17, 2006; Northeast Ohio Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign rally, Cleveland City Hall, E. 6th and Lakeside: Diana King, co-chair of United Clevelanders Against Poverty, calls for Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and the Cuyahoga County Commissioners to set up a committee to tackle issues of concern to those living in poverty.

PHOTO BY JOHN CARTWRIGHT
Friday, October 13, 2006; W. 25th Street Mural Dedication by the Building Bridges Mural Program, Side of the Route 2 Bridge at the Corner of W. 25th and Detroit: Artist Katherine Chilcote and 2006 Summer Interns Jerome Harris, Kareem Stittman, Adam Prince, Chris Drake, Denzel Mammett, Angelo Jessup and Antonio Harris participated in the unveiling of this mural illustrating figures building community in different ways.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON
Thursday, October 12, 2006; Merrick House School Age Child Care Lights On Afterschool Open House, Pilgrim Congregational Church, 2592 W. 14th Street: (L to R) Ariana Hughes, age 7, Assistant Teacher Yahaira Morales and Miralys Fontanes, age 10, host a bake sale. Hughes and Fontanes, students at Scranton Elementary, participate in the Merrick House program.

 

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