Join The Veale Institute on Friday, April 9, at 12 p.m. via Zoom for a seminar discussion on the history of Clark-Fulton.

This will be the first session of a Cleveland Neighborhood series on Clark-Fulton.

Learn more and register here.


  • John Grabowski, Krieger Mueller Associate Professor of Applied History, CWRU Historian/Sr. VP for Research/Publications, Western Reserve Historical Society, Editor, Encyclopedia of Cleveland History
  • Art Ledger, Owner A&K Taxidermy
  • Emmanuel Velez, President, Hispanic Police Officers Association

This discussion will be moderated by Eduardo Bautista, New Business Developer for the Hispanic Business Center. Bautista is currently pursuing his BS in Computer Science at CWRU.

Series Overview:

Did you know the Clark-Fulton neighborhood is home to over 11,000 residents and the densest population of Hispanic and Latino residents in the state of Ohio?  This neighborhood is a thriving community full of vibrancy and diversity.

Join us for a three-part virtual seminar series to learn more about the history of Clark-Fulton, meeting local entrepreneurs building their businesses in the neighborhood as well as how community stakeholders are working together to support and celebrate this neighborhood.


Module 1: History of Clark-Fulton

  • April 9
  • 12 to 1 p.m. EST

Module 2: Clark-Fulton Entrepreneurship

  • April 12
  • 12 to 1 p.m. EST

Module 3: Clark-Fulton Community Development

  • April 19
  • 12 to 1 p.m. EST

We will also be broadcasting this roundtable and future roundtables to LinkedIn Live on CWRU Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship’s LinkedIn page on April 9 at 12 p.m.