School's Out...Will It Be Back In?, Monuments And Their Legacy, Need Hasn't Gone Away

As the summer days tick away, schools struggle with summoning students back to class in August.

Protestors focus on monuments and measures they say have contributed to enduring and systemic racism.

And the economy may be improving slightly with reopening, but the needs of low-income Ohioans are growing.

Guests: 

Lisa Hamler-Fugitt

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