What should people be doing if they 'don't' support the ideologies of men like Richard Spencer - the white nationalist involved with Charlottesville - who now wants to speak at Ohio State? On The Sound of Ideas - we'll talk with a reporter who has not only interviewed Spencer, but has tracked the movement over the years. We'll also get a primer on the community conversation on race The Sound of Ideas will be presenting in Akron. Then, it's our monthly Science Cafe segment. We have a lot of digital clutter and a local university may have a cure.
-Science Cafe: "Beyond 0's and 1's: Using chemical-based memory devices for large scale data storage"
-Emily B. Pentzer, Frank Hovorka Assistant Professor of Chemistry, CWRU
-November 13th, doors open at 5:30pm, presentation and discussion is 7:00 - 8:00pm. This event is free and open to the public.
-Science Cafe Cleveland takes place in the Concert Hall at the Music Box Supper Club located at 1148 Main Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, 44113.
The State of Race Relations in Akron:
-Throughout 2017, The Sound of Ideas will be getting out of the studio and into a library near you, to learn more about local communities, the people who live there, and the issues that matter most.
-November 13th, 5pm. Free and open to the public.
-Akron-Summit County Public Library- 60 S High St, Akron, OH 44326
-PJ Tobia, PBS NewsHour Producer and Correspondent
-Ricky Smith- Founder, R.A.K.E
-Emily Pentzer - Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Case Western Reserve University