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Hamilton County honors eight women leaders in Black community

Hamilton County Commissioners recognized these community leaders during this February Black History Month event. From left are Commissioners Victoria Parks…

Bloomberg makes history with Black Press of America

Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg now polls second among Black voters with 22% to Biden’s 27%. The former New York City mayor recently…

60 Years Ago: Students launched sit-in movement

The brave freshmen from North Carolina A&T State College (now University), who would later be adorned with the iconic label…

Free admission to Romare Bearden exhibition

February 28 – March 1 In celebration of Black History Month, the Cincinnati Art Museum will offer free admission to…

Morgan A. Owens and McDonald’s present: I am Black HERstory

Contributed by I am Black HERstory I am Black HERstory event will highlight known and not so known powerful Black…

Dr. Lucy Oxley was a medical trailblazer

A Black History Month feature Gina Ruffin Moore Herald Contributor In 1935, Lucy Orintha Oxley became the first African American…

LET PRESS FREEDOM RING

In celebration of press freedom and African American History Month, and in partnership with PEN America, please join us for…

Cincinnati Chamber recognizes seven regional leaders currently Regional Chamber honors history-makers, Feb. 28

The inaugural class of “We are Making Black History” honorees are, from left, Kick Lee, Dr. Whitney Gaskins, Means Cameron,…