Resisting Segregation

Resisting Segregation: Cleveland Heights Activists Shape Their Community 1964–1976 is an account by Susan Kaeser ’69 of the transformation of her community from an exclusive, insular suburb to a racially inclusive, diverse community and national model of stable integration. Published in September by Cleveland Landmarks Press, the book demonstrates how citizen activism works, how people can fight systemic racism, and how our communities can improve with a commitment to equity.