Abstract

Phyliss Bambek taught at several Cleveland Catholic schools. She lived on Cleveland's West Side in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood. She notes the influx of immigrants to Detroit Shoreway and the subsequent migration of Catholic parishioners to the suburbs. Bambek expresses her dissatisfaction with Bishop Lenin and the Dioceses' decree to shut down multiple parishes. Bambek, who also taught in public schools, mentions the effects of Cleveland's court-ordered busing. Finally, she describes how she and her children interacted with the community through their leisure activities.

Creator

Bambek, Phyliss (interviewee)

Project

Project Team

Date

6-9-2007

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

51 minutes

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