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Survivors of 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre share eyewitness accounts

Reports from Herald Columnist Jim Clingman, NPR, Tulsa Historical Society and Wikipedia contributed to this article Viola Fletcher, the oldest…

BLACK BOX with Michael Coppage

A Q&A with artist Michael Coppage about Black men in his recently installed mural at 21c Cincinnati Contributed Michael Coppage…

Winton Woods district opens North Campus

An architect’s rendering of the interior of the new Winton Woods City Schools non-traditional North Campus building, shows how classrooms…

Groups join to observe death of Timothy Thomas

Concerned citizens march in Washington Park in Over-the-Rhone previous to a gathering to observe the 20th anniversary of the fatal…

Plush Family and Cincinnati agree to 911 improvements and financial settlement

Attorney Al Gerhardstein stands with Jill and Ron Plush to discuss the settlement they reached with the city of Cincinnati…

King Records’ building revival receiving support

Contributed PromoWest Productions CEO Scott Stienecker and King Records Legacy Committee Chair Kent Butts announce a partnership in support of…

Simmering racial unrest exploded after Thomas shooting in Over-the-Rhine

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Twenty years ago, the simmering concerns about the shooting of unarmed Black men by…

Winburn becomes county’s first Black financial officer

Charlie Winburn was sworn in on February 28 as Hamilton County’s newest Treasurer. Photo provided Contributed Charlie Winburn was sworn…

Wilberforce to relaunch iconic Cooperative Education Program

Provided by Facebook Contributed by Wilberforce University Wilberforce, OH — Wilberforce University continues to position itself as a university unafraid…

Looking for Black history stories at Union Baptist Cemetery

Union Baptist Cemetery at 4933 Cleves Warsaw Pike, in the Price Hill neighborhood, is a registered historic district in Cincinnati,…