June 23, 2022: News 5 Cleveland

Coverage of Cleveland History Days that highlighted our event in partnership with Cory United Methodist Church.

TV20 recorded the Carl B. Stokes marker unveiling at Cleveland City Hall.

June 13, 2022: Cleveland Scene Magazine

Scene Magazine covered the Carl B. Stokes Civil Rights Trail marker unveiling ceremony.

June 8, 2022: Fox 8

Fox 8 showcased the Carl B. Stokes marker unveiling ceremony.

June 8, 2022: Cleveland 19 News

Cleveland 19 News showcased  the Carl B. Stokes historical marker that was unveiled outside Cleveland City Hall.

June 8, 2022: News 5 Cleveland

News 5 Cleveland recognized the Carl B. Stokes a historical marker on the Cleveland Civil Rights Trail that was unveiled outside Cleveland City Hall.

June 7, 2022: Fresh Water Cleveland

Fresh Water Cleveland promoted the Carl B. Stoke marker unveiling ceremony.

May 24, 2022: Fresh Water Cleveland

Fresh Water Cleveland featured the 75 Public Square Apartments, the winner of the Cleveland Restoration Society’s Celebration of Preservation award of excellence of distinguished restoration and rehabilitation.

May 7, 2022: The Medina Gazette

The Medina Gazette featured the McDowell-Phillips House, the winner of the Cleveland Restoration Society’s Celebration of Preservation award of excellence for leadership in preservation.

April 14, 2022: Chagrin Valley Today

The Blacksmith Shop on Bell Street has been nominated for a Cleveland Restoration Society award for outstanding historic preservation.

March 12, 2022: The Buffalo News

The Buffalo News interviewed CRS President Kathleen H. Crowther about the benefit of receivership for historic preservation.

March 4, 2022: The Land

The Land interviewed CRS President Kathleen H. Crowther about the St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church.

February 25, 2022: Let’s Talk Cuyahoga Podcast

Guests Kathleen H. Crowther, President of Cleveland Restoration Society, and Dr. Donne Whyte, Lecturer at Cleveland State University, discuss the role Cuyahoga County played in the Civil Rights Movement and the work being done to preserve its significance for future generations.

 

February 15, 2022: Spectrum News 1

Spectrum News 1 showcased the new Ohio historical marker  outside the Cory, as it is now the first stop on Cleveland’s first African American Civil Rights Trail, a project of the Cleveland Restoration Society.

February 14, 2022: Fresh Water Cleveland

Fresh Water Cleveland shared the news that the next three sites of the Cleveland Civil Rights trail were chosen and are the John G. Pegg House and Ludlow Community Association straddling Cleveland’s Mt. Pleasant neighborhood and Shaker Heights, Greater Abyssinia Baptist Church in Glenville, and Olivet Institutional Baptist Church in Fairfax.

February 9, 2022: Fox 8

Fox 8 highlighted the restoration efforts of Cory United Methodist Church. The 2020 Conditions Assessment prepared by the CRS Sacred Landmarks Support Initiative guided the church in how to prioritize repairs.

February 5, 2022: News 5 Cleveland

News 5 Cleveland share our announcement of the next three locations that will receive Ohio historical markers on the Cleveland Civil Rights Trail.

January 31, 2022: Cleveland Magazine

Cleveland Magazine interviewed CRS President Kathleen H. Crowther on the fight to save Roundwood Manor.

December 26, 2021: Cleveland Jewish News

Spotlight on the Cory United Methodist Church installation of a brass marker on its front lawn at 1117 E. 105th St. in Cleveland’s Glenville neighborhood, designating it as a historic site on Cleveland’s African American Civil Rights Trail.

December 15, 2021: Fresh Water Cleveland

Fresh Water Cleveland covered our 2021 Community Luncheon and the Cory United Methodist Church marker unveiling.

December 10, 2021: News 5 Cleveland

The Cleveland Restoration Society and Ohio History Connection are marking the Cory United Methodist Church as the first official historical marker on Cleveland’s new civil rights trail.

October 12, 2021: Fresh Water Cleveland

Cleveland Restoration Society receives funding for an African American Cultural Heritage Fellow.

July 29, 2021: WKYC

WKYC shared the news that the National Park Service allocated $500,000 to the stabilization of the exterior envelope of Cory United Methodist Church in Glenville, one of Cleveland’s oldest Black churches.

July 22, 2021: WKYC

Livestream of  Early Settlers Association of the Western Reserve’s Cleveland Birthday Celebration.  CRS President Kathleen H. Crowther was honored with prestigious Clay Herrick Memorial Award at the event.

July 22, 2021: WKYC

July 22, 2021: Cleveland 19

Cleveland 19 covered the 225th birthday of Cleveland and Kathleen H. Crowther’s acceptance of the Clay Herrick Memorial Award.

July 16, 2021: Cleveland.com

Kathleen H. Crowther is interviewed about historic designation and tax credits in Ohio.

June 28, 2021: Fresh Water Cleveland

The Cleveland Foundation awarded Cleveland Restoration Society a grant to support architecturally significant houses and highlight the cultural heritage of Newton Avenue and its residents.

June 25, 2021: Crain’s Cleveland Business

The Cleveland Foundation awarded Cleveland Restoration Society a grant to support architecturally significant houses and highlight the cultural heritage of Newton Avenue and its residents.

May 29, 2021: Crain’s Cleveland Business

In response to the news of Park Synagogue hitting the market, Kathleen H. Crowther comments on the potential opportunity for adaptive use and its architectural significance.

May 19, 2021: Fresh Water Cleveland

Fresh Water Cleveland provided a recap of our 2021 Celebration of Preservation awards.

May 5, 2021: Cleveland.com

Parma Heights re-enrolls in the Heritage Home Program.

February 27, 2021: Cleveland.com

Coverage of the announcement that Cory United Methodist would be the first Civil Rights Trail marker, its significant history, and future. 

February 19, 2021: News 5 Cleveland

The first three stops that will be featured along the Civil Rights Trail are Cory United Methodist Church, Glenville High School, and the Hough Neighborhood.


October 13, 2020: Properties Magazine

Properties Magazine featured the 2020 Celebration of Preservation award winner’s projects.

September 24, 2020: Fresh Water Cleveland

Fresh Water Cleveland article that mentions the Lee-Harvard neighborhood as the “Black Suburb in the City,” that connects the neighborhood to the CRS publication.

September 12, 2020: WKYC

Distinguished WKYC Cleveland journalist Leon Bibb interviewed CRS President Kathleen H. Crowther about the African-American Civil Rights Trail project underway.

August 5, 2020: Fresh Water Cleveland

Fresh Water Cleveland asking for the public’s assistance in choosing African-American Civil Rights Trail historical markers.

August 5, 2020: Cleveland Scene Magazine

Scene Magazine asking for the public’s assistance in choosing African-American Civil Rights Trail historical markers through promoting CRS survey.

August 3, 2020: Ideastream

Ideastream interview with CRS President Kathleen H. Crowther highlighting the African-American Civil Rights Trail project in Northeast Ohio.

July 8, 2022: Lines from Loganberry

July 1, 2022: Lines from Loganberry

Loganberry’s Local Voices manager Miesha Headen interviews Dr. Todd Michney and Kathleen Crowther on the Cleveland Restoration Society’s book (authored by Michney and edited in part by Crowther), The Making of Cleveland’s Black Suburb in the City: Lee-Seville & Lee Harvard.

July 8, 2020: AsiaTown

AsiaTown resident resource spotlighting the Cleveland Restoration Society’s Heritage Home, African-American History, and Sacred Landmarks Assistance Programs.

July 2, 2020: Fresh Water Cleveland

Fresh Water Cleveland highlighted the 2020 Celebration of Preservation ceremony and award winners.

February 2020: City of Shaker Heights

Shaker Heights Historic Preservation ENews showcasing the CRS upcoming community luncheon and nomination submission acceptance for the 2020 Celebration of Preservation.

February 7, 2020: WVIZ/PBS Applause

Recognizing the history of the Miles Heights Village, ideastream discusses the Cleveland Restoration Society’s book “The Making of Cleveland’s Black Suburb in the City: Lee-Seville and Lee-Harvard which highlights the village.

January 24, 2020: WKYC Channel 3 We The People 

Noted Cleveland journalist Leon Bibb interviewed CRS President Kathleen H. Crowther about our book The Making of Cleveland’s Black Suburb in the City: Lee-Seville and Lee-Harvard.

October 28, 2019: Fresh Water Cleveland

Fresh Water Cleveland recognized the Cleveland Restoration Society’s plans to mark some of the most memorable moments and locations in Cleveland’s civil rights fight with a civil rights trail.

October 2, 2019: News Channel 5 Cleveland A Better Land Series

Part of News 5 Cleveland’s A Better Land series, the Cleveland Restoration Society’s Sacred Landmarks Committee was recognized for our work with Hitchcock Center for Women.

August 19, 2019: News Channel 5 Cleveland A Better Land Series

The Cleveland Restoration Society’s Heritage Home Program was spotlighted as making Cleveland a better place to live by helping keep old homes afloat.

July 22, 2019: News Channel 5 Cleveland

The Cleveland Restoration Society’s work on the Luther Moses House garnered media attention.

May 16, 2019: Fresh Water Cleveland

Fresh Water Cleveland highlighted the 2019 Celebration of Preservation ceremony and award winners

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