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CLEVELAND PRESENTS JUSTICE FOR ALL

Cleveland radio stations are coming together for Justice For All: A Conversation about Race, Equality and Inclusion. iHeartMedia Cleveland, Radio One, Entercom Communications, Good Karma Brands and Salem Communications have teamed up for the 90-minute radio simulcast on Wednesday (6/17) at 1pm ET.

Airing on 20 stations across the Cleveland area, the simulcast will be moderated by Romona Robinson, the first African-American woman to anchor a nightly newscast in Cleveland, and will feature Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson, Police Chief Calvin Williams, Destination Cleveland CEO David Gilbert and Urban League of Greater Cleveland President/CEO Marsha Mockabee.

Focusing on a number of topics, the conversation will address ways to end systemic racism and their visions for race, equality and social justice in the region, as well as ensuring voices are heard and more.

"A discussion as significant as this one requires all of us to come together and listen to each other,” leaders of the five radio corporations said in a joint statement. “Now is the time to share in a meaningful dialogue that allows us to hear people on all sides, recognize our similar views and discuss how we can begin to work together towards meaningful progress, including justice and equity for all."

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