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Justice Ginsburg’s Death Could Prove Fatal to American Democracy

Ruth Bader Ginsburg portrait. (Photo: Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States, Photographer: Steve Petteway) By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire…

Controversy over ‘Blackness’

By Faith Lana Fuller Herald Contributor Musical genius Prince wrote a hit song titled “Controversy.” the lead single and title…

A Black agenda for Probate Court

By Pavan Parikh The killings of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd have justly brought an increased focus not…

The Ripple Effect

By Wende Cross, Esq. Before March 15, 2020, the world seemed manageable. But then, COVID-19 hit, causing a significant interruption…

A ‘Bold Cincinnati Comeback’

By Jeff Pastor Cincinnati City Councilman “Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it; boldness has genius, power,…

Drug treatment services are still available

Dear Editor: The other day I was jolted out of my Corona imposed isolation by a mom reaching out to…

Better late than never

Dear Editor; Despite his previous claims that the cash bail system worked just fine in Hamilton County and that the…

Social distancing

By Michael Davis II Herald Columnist “Social distancing NOT emotional distancing!” That’s what we as a global human race need…

Is it time for the faith community to return to God?

By The Rev. Mary V. Turner  Tmary1547@gmail.com Associate Minister Quinn Chapel A.M.E. Church Forest Park, Ohio 45240  God is sovereign,…

In this unprecedented time, we will support our small local businesses, together

By Eric H. Kearney We will get through this, TOGETHER. Party politics, blame, and the division of our differences are…