On a sticky but sunny late summer day, The Land joined in the festivities at the 76th annual One World Day on August 28, 2022. The festival, which courses through the Glenville neighborhood via Martin Luther King Jr. Drive from Lake Erie and University Circle, is hosted by the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation.
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In ordinary circumstances, a raise or new job is cause for celebration and pride. However, for the 14.9% of impoverished Ohioans who live in extraordinary circumstances, increased earnings only bring anxieties of possibly “falling off” the income eligibility guidelines and losing the critical supports provided by public benefits.
Fifty years ago, when Clevelanders needed to fund schools, pay for parks or expand libraries they relied on booming tax revenue from large companies. General Motors, Republic Steel Corp. and Ford Motor Co. employed thousands of people and provided a tax base to fund services for the community. But Cuyahoga County’s economy has changed.