MLK Library Designs; We Can Solve Essay Contest Winner; Inner City Baseball

Cleveland Public Library is reviewing the final trio of designs competing to represent Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy in brick and mortar as the system prepares to build a new branch in University Circle.

Fifteen hundred Northeast Ohio high school students offered up their solutions for some of society's most difficult challenges. The winner shares his "we solve problems" essay.

Youth baseball is in full swing, in the suburbs and, thanks to the Boys & Girls Club,  on  fields in Cleveland's. The organization is helping revitalize America's past time with kids who live in the inner city. 

Guests: 

Steve Litt, The Plain Dealer Reporter

Alex Gertsburg, Co-Founder of the We Solve Problems Essay Contest

Jeremy Cavanagh, We Solve Problems Essay Contest Winner

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