Next time on Columbus Neighborhoods, we’ll explore the migration of different cultures to Columbus, from the late 19th century through the 1970s. Watch at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 31 on WOSU TV.
Local historian Jeff Darbee visits the original site of the Ohio School for the Deaf to tour the last existing building, which has been renovated and repurposed for Cristo Rey High School.
Host Charlene Brown visits with Carlton “Skip” Bergquist to talk about his experience growing up deaf in Columbus and how he’s seen the services for the deaf community change over the years.
Historians and community members on the East Side of Columbus recount the history of the Ohio State School for the Blind and its role in the development of that area.
On this episode of Columbus Neighborhoods, we take a look at education in Columbus, past and present. Local historian Jeff Darbee takes us on a tour of historic schools, and we visit a community event to learn about preventing infant mortality. Plus, learn about a mentoring program for African-American youth, the history of Ohio Dominican […]