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NAACP mourns passing of Civil Rights icon, writer and comedian Dick Gregory

Dick Gregory was presented a Citation of Excellence when he spoke at a Black Men’s health conference in 2016 that…

Mallory endorses Simpson for mayor

Former Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory and mayoral candidate and City Councilwoman Yvette Simpson were present at Hanna Park on Stark…

Pastor Gene Ellington’s 12th Anniversary Celebration This Weekend

Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! Please join us as we celebrate our Pastor’s 12th…

Gary Owen – Hometown comedy star returns for first headline performance at the Taft Theatre!

TAFT THEATRE Saturday, December 2, 2017   (Cincinnati, OH – 8/23/17) – Gary Owen has been entertaining American audiences for…

Fade 2 Black

Celebrate the history of Black film from October 10 to 12th at U.C. School of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning.…

Urban League’s Sheila Mixon inducted into Women of Color Foundation Hall of Fame

From left are Women of Color Foundation Founder/Executive Producer Alexandria Boone, honoree Sheila A. Mixon of Cincinnati, and WEWS News…

African American Chamber sends children to back to school with full backpacks

Students and parents packed into the African American Chamber to pick up backpacks full of school supplies. Photo by Autumn…

Simpson not afraid to fight for community

‘I have not and will not apologize for fighting more for our community’ By Camille Allen with Cincinnati Herald Staff…

One dead, 19 injured as White nationalists. counter-protesters clash in Charlottesville, Va.

Motorist James Alex Fields drives car into civil rights group at protest in Charlottesville, Va., Saturday, killing one and injuring…

City, community celebrate start of West End improvements

Keith Blake, president of West End Community Council, helps kickoff the West End Neighborhood Enrichment Kickoff. At left is City…