Welcome to the second entry in our two-part series exploring the development of the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood. The episode begins in the late-twentieth century – a time of neighborhood uncertainty. It culminates in a discussion about gentrification and current state of Detroit Shoreway.
Written and produced by Sarah Nemeth, Graduate Student of History at Cleveland State University.
Thanks to This Moment In Black History for letting us use their song "Pollen Count" (from the album "Public Square") as the music in this episode.
List of Oral Histories (in order of appearance):
- Jeff Ramsey clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2606
- Bruce Ferris clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2621
- Terry Metter clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2938
- Gloria Aron clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2919
- Mary Jane Yuhas clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2611
- Diana Cyganovich clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2916
- Anthony Anzalone clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2624
- Norm Polonski clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2923
- Ray Pianka clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2609
- Bernie Rose clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2915
- Sean Watterson clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2941
- Demetrish Parham clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2922
- Jeff Moreau clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2940
- Pastor Dean van Farowe clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2935
- Moneeke Davis clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2924
- Mary Jo Mazzarella clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2616
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