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Marion Motley, an NFL Hall of Famer from Canton, was one of four men who helped to re-integrate professional football in 1946. I am one of the producers of this documentary that sheds light on this achievement a year before Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball.
When we got off the bus, we were met by Mary Ann Ahern from NBC 5 News Chicago. She was a wonderful lady who interviewed the kids. Later that day as we walked into a restaurant from Chicago-style pizza, we saw ourselves on the news.
Our journalism students had the honor of being invited to Chicago for the Mayoral inauguration of Lori Lightfoot, a 1980 Massillon Washington graduate. We were also invited to her private luncheon at City Hall following the inauguration. Check out how it all happened here.
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When LeBron made his announcement that he was leaving the Miami Heat to return to Cleveland to play for the Cavaliers, I was contacted by a Cleveland TV station to do an interview. This interview was done just outside LeBron's home in Bath, OH, minutes from Akron.
This video captures me at a book signing at Barnes and Noble talking about how and why I decided to write books on Jim Tressel and LeBron James. They were two of the most popular sports figures in Ohio at the time.