The 1960s Grassroots Struggle To Integrate Cleveland Heights: zoom discussion 1/25

Zoom discussion with author Jessie Kaeser
Tuesday 1/25/2022 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Forest Hill Presbyterian Church Black Caucus, endorsed by UUCC Racial Justice Leadership Team

In 1960, the African American population of Cleveland Heights was less than one-half of one percent. Ms. Susie Kaeser wrote a book, “Resisting Segregation,” detailing the multi-racial grassroots efforts to integrate Cleveland Heights. Remarkably, despite overwhelming odds they succeeded in transforming Cleveland Heights into the welcoming multi-cultural city it is today. Tuesday evening, June 25, beginning at 7 p.m., via ZOOM, we will be interviewing Ms. Kaeser about this fascinating history. For the ZOOM link please email

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The Black Caucus’ Book Club of Forest Hill Church continues educating ourselves, allies, and co-conspirators in the belief that Education will lead to informed action and informed action will lead to liberation, justice, and repair. You are invited to join our book club discussion group as we continue on this journey of ‘liberation, justice, and repair’. 

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