Tuesday, August 9, 2016


Glenville has been a part of the City of Cleveland since 1910. At one time Glenville was a Jewish neighborhood, it is now an African-American neighborhood.
quotation from the Prophet Micah iv. 4.
"Give unto God, the glory due God's name, Bow down in worship to God in holy beauty." Psalm xxix. 2.
Anshe Emeth Synagogue 1921-1947, originally Orthodox then Conservative, once was the largest Conservative Jewish congregation; since 1947 Cory United Methodist, which once was the largest Black congregation in Cleveland.  M.L. King, and Malcolm X spoke here.
Glenville High has sent many athletes to Ohio State and to professional sports.
Gary Williams and Robin Robinson. Our Lives Matter. 2015.

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