Sarah Louisa Taylor and her husband, Phillip, were orginally from England. Sarah works at Case Western Reserve University as a research assistant and helps new faculty members settle into the area. The Taylors were active in the Open Housing Task Force in the 1970s, which helped prevent efforts by realtors to prevent the racial integration of Cleveland Heights. The Taylors invited one such realtor to their home to discuss the issue, which led to a lawsuit against the Taylors by the realty company. Today, Cleveland Heights is an intergreated, cosmopolitan community with many amenities.
Taylor, Sarah (interviewee)
Hallowell, Bethany (interviewer)
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"Sarah Taylor Interview, 3 July 2013" (2013). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 990039.
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