Ludlow Community Association Marker Unveiling, October 20, 2022

Members are invited to the unveiling of a historical marker for the Ludlow Community Association on Thursday, Oct. 20 at 4 p.m., at the intersection of Hampton and Corby Roads in Cleveland.

This ceremony will recognize the Ludlow Community Association as a national example of a neighborhood development model. Established in 1957 after the bombing of a home that belonged to an African American family, it remarkably reversed white flight and maintained a well-balanced, integrated neighborhood for at least 30 years and rebuked widely-held beliefs about integrated living. For this reason, the Ludlow neighborhood has been selected as a site of significance on Cleveland’s African American Civil Rights Trail.

The event will feature a historian, public dignitaries, as well as current and past officers of the Ludlow Community Association.

The event will take place rain or shine. Free on-street parking in the neighborhood will be available.

For more information about this event, contact Peggy Sexton, Events Coordinator, at

Carl B. Stokes Marker Unveiling, June 8, 2022

The Cleveland Restoration Society & Cleveland African American Civil Rights Trail Committee cordially invites you to attend the historical marker unveiling ceremony honoring the first Black mayor of a major American city Carl B. Stokes. The ceremony will take place at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, at Cleveland City Hall, 6-1 Lakeside Ave. E. Immediately following, the Cleveland Restoration Society will be serving a 50th birthday cake in honor of its anniversary.

Cory United Methodist Church Marker Unveiling, June 8, 2022

On December 10, 2021, the Cleveland Restoration Society unveiled its first marker on the Cleveland Civil Rights Trail, which belongs to the Cory United Methodist Church in the historic Glenville neighborhood.

Check out the photo gallery HERE

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Cory United Methodist Church marker unveiling. Staff photograph.