Curtis Banks Interview, 12 April 2010

Mr. Curtis Banks discusses his past and future for Kosciuszko Avenue in Cleveland Ohio. He explains what his plans are for his site and how he came to Cleveland. He discusses how and why his father came to Cleveland in the first place and what the living conditions were when he arrived. He also explains how the history and culture of the area has changed through the years and what he intends to do to make it a better place to live in the future.

Participants: Banks, Curtis (interviewee) / Croucher, Brandon (interviewer)
Collection: Re-Imagining Cleveland
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

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