The Forum with Mansfield Frazier

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August 16, 2019 116 min

Deron Houston, Curtis Chaney, and Henry Stoudemire join the show, they are all with the development team that is set to build new homes in Hough. Ellen Connally joins the show to discuss the shootings in El Paso and Dayton.

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August 16, 2019 112 min

Latoya Logan and Jason Goodrick, from the Cleveland Community Police Commission to discuss what was put in place due to the federal consent decree of four years ago. Wade Hampton also joins the show. Wade is a mortgage broker that explained the value of home ownership and how the market is great for young families.

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Vnaya Jones, a veterinarian who plans to open a clinic at E. 79th and Euclid joins the show to discuss her plans for the clinic. Arthur Fin joins the show, he is a developer of a full-service grocery store located on the east side of Cleveland. Later in the show, Meredith Jordan joins the conversation .

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Vnaya Jones, a veterinarian who plans to open a clinic at E. 79th and Euclid joins the show to discuss her plans for the clinic. Arthur Fin joins the show, he is a developer of a full-service grocery store located on the east side of Cleveland. Later in the show, Meredith Jordan joins the conversation .

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July 21, 2019 114 min

Kim Corral, a defense attorney, joins the show to talk about the flaws inherent in our criminal justice system. Cathleen O'Malley, Jeffrey Pence, and Kerisse Hutchinson join the show later on, they are a part of the Borderlight International Theatre and Fringe Festival that will be taling place in Downtown Cleveland. In the final hour of the show, Mansfield, Rachel, and guest Heidi Nichols go on "Trump Watch"

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July 7, 2019 128 min

Lisa Vigil-Schattinger and Molly McMahon-Graziano, of Ohio End of Life Options, join the show. Mansfield and co-host Rachel discuss the arrest of Jeffery Epstein, as well as Trump watch.

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Dottie Frank, author of "Queen Bee" joins the show to discuss her novel about the Lowcountry of North Carolina where she was born and raised. Mansfield and Rachel Hill discuss police brutality, specifically the incident that took place in Phoenix, Arizona. Mansfield and Rachel also discuss House Bill 40 that was introduced by Congresswoman Barbara Lee.

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Michael D Roberts, author of Hot Type, Cold Beer, and Bad News, a memoir from his days as a reporter at the PD where he covered many of the important events of the 60s in Cleveland. Also joining the show, Subodh Chandra, local civil rights attorney discussing the Netflix special on the Central Park 5, the New York case from the late 1980s where five young boys of color were convicted of a rape they didn't commit.

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Laura Adams, an expert on safe driving, joined the show and talked about distracted driving and drivers who go through flood waters and the risks they run . Also joining the show is Larry Gardner and he has a conversation on the Hemp business that was slated to be started by Ty Williams. What went wrong with it, who is to blame, and how it can be avoided in the future.

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"The Forum" with Mansfield Frazier and Rachel Hill

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May 22, 2019 116 min

Greg Coleridge and Sally Hanley of "Move to "Amend" a national organization- that seeks to put an amendment in front of congress. Claire Wade-Kilts and Ellen Connally joins the show to discuss the case being filed against Ty Willaims, who scammed hundreds of people out of a job. Mansfield and Rachel end the show with Trump Watch, as they debate callers on the topic of the president.

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Nicholas Perry and Devonte Dickey join the show talking about an exhibit running in various places around town called "Undesign the Redline" which provides education on the history of redlining and the effects it still has today. Also joining the show is Marc Dann, the attorney for CLASH the group attempting to introduce legislation in the city of Cleveland to address homes with lead paint issues. Mansfield and Rachel end the show ... Read more

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Ken Kline, author of The Deep State Prophecy and the Last Trump, joins the show to discuss his book. Kelly Dougherty - Author - It Takes Money Honey a book on inspiration, joins the show to discuss her book.Lastly, Duane Dixon- Premier Defense Concepts Gun Expert joins the show to speak on gun laws in the country

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Dennis Cash joins the show, he hosts an annual Survival of Violence event that helps people cope with trauma. Meredith Garrison joins the show, she is a producer for Ideastream where they produce a program dealing with the effects of trauma, particularly women. Also joining the show is Fred Garcia, a professor at NYU and Columbia who is working on a book concerning the violence that is a byproduct of hate speech.

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Mansfield Frazier and his co-host Rachel Hill discuss President Trump's latest actions, and debate national politics with the listeners.

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Dr. Charles Motlin, the director of the Minority Men’s Health Fair, joins the show talking about the importance for men to show up for the myriad number of health screenings to be held at four Cleveland Clinic locations on April 11 from 5:30 to 8 pm. Also joining the show, Greg Kozera, the President of Learned Leadership LLC, a company that advocates for the use of natural gas. He expressed his concerns regarding the The Green New... Read more

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March 24, 2019 96 min

Dominique Paramour and Gino Trundle are the producers of a new CBS show Get Fit Cleveland that films here in town, they join the show to discuss their new project. Valarie McKnight, a UH Hospital Mood Disorder Therapist, joins the show discussing mental health issues and how they affect the community. Emphasis on PTSD

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Ryan Easter, director of Cleveland Chapter of Notes for Notes, joins the show to discuss an afterschool music program for youth run out of the Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs in various cities around the country. They teach music and music production to 12 to 18 year-olds. Also joining the show, Dr Brian Ott of Texas Tech Univ and author of The Twitter Presidency: Donald J. Trump and the Politics of White Rage.

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Tiffani Sutton, a food scientist, joins the show explaining the educational programs she engages in for young people; teaching them about what is going in their bodies, how to read labels, plan meals and shop wisely. Also joining the show, Daniel McGraw, a freelance writer that has an article in Scene this week concerning who might run for mayor, and their thought processes.

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February 24, 2019 112 min

Eadie Hill joins the show to talk about Trial Lawyers Eldercare and abuse lawyers working in nursing homes to assure the patient quality of care, Ronnie Holman also joins the show, he is a playwright and filmmaker/director working on latest film called "The Hidden Truth." The movie is about racism and racial bias. Lastly, Braden Boucek, former US attorney in Tennessee. joins the show, speaking on the recent Supreme Court decisio... Read more

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