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Fifth Third Bank Gives the Collective Empowerment Group of Cincinnati Funds to Assist with Business Development Training Program

Fifth Third Bank recently gave the Collective Empowerment Group of Cincinnati $65,000 to assist with their business development training program.…

William Joel McCray is a national and local treasure

By Dr. Joseph King Jr.   Cincinnatian William Joel McCray is a national and local treasure. Growing up in a…

Dr. Cornel West joins Black Agenda Cincinnati in the fight for racial justice

Southern Baptist Church on Reading Road in Avondale was filled for the Black Agenda Rally for Social Justice event. Michael…

Kenyatta Smith and Raquel Howard Smith

A combination of all the guardian angels around them brought them together. By Tonya Banka Herald Contributor Kenyatta and Raquel…

Black Folks Make Movies and UC Center of Film and Media Studies presents a celebration of Black Cinema

Black Folks Make Movies (BFMM) and the University of Cincinnati, Center for Film and Media Studies Presents, FADE2BLACK, A Retrospective…

Reds make a night of it celebrating African Americans in the community

The Cincinnati Reds honored 29th Annual Midwest Regional Black Family Reunion Family of the Year. From left are Reds’ COO…

Another successful year for the SWEL program

Summer Work Experience in Law (SWEL), welcomed 31 students into its eight-week program this summer. The purpose of SWEL is…

Winton Woods District remembers impact of Sheryl McClung McConney

  Forest Park—Sheryl McClung McConney, founder of Envision Children and long-time educational partner with Winton Woods City Schools will be…