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Cincinnati Black leaders make call to fight for end of institutional racism

The Black Agenda Cincinnati and other Black leaders held a community meeting on Saturday, Nov. 17, at the House of…

Is it time for Black voters to form their own party?

By The Honorable Dwight Tillery Former Cincinnati Mayor Since the early Seventies, the Democratic Party has controlled the Cincinnati City…

Coach Willard Stargel Stadium

By The Honorable Dwight Tillery Former Mayor of Cincinnati Jeff Berding and FC Cincinnati want the West End stadium named…

The departure of Simpson, Winburn, and Flynn

By The Honorable Dwight Tillery Former Cincinnati Mayor By the end of this month, Councilmembers Simpson, Winburn, and Flynn will…

Trump’s tax cuts will only ensure poverty for minorities

By The Honorable Dwight Tillery Former Cincinnati Mayor There’s been much discussion about inequality, income disparity, wealth disparity and wealth…

Tax reform: and the rich gets richer

By The Honorable Dwight Tillery Former Cincinnati Mayor The Republicans are moving quickly to pass legislation that will overhaul our…

About that 27 percent turnout in last week’s election (A different perspective)

By The Honorable Dwight Tillery Former Cincinnati Mayor Last week, only 27 percent of the voters turned out to elect…

What happened to the other half of Cincinnati?

By the Honorable Dwight Tillery Former Cincinnati Mayor We are now less than a month away from the Cincinnati mayoral…

Bishop Bobby Hilton endorses Simpson for mayor

By The Honorable Dwight Tillery Former Cincinnati Mayor Bishop Hilton endorsed Councilmember Yvette Simpson for mayor last Saturday. This endorsement…

Councilmember P.G Sittenfeld speaks out

By The Honorable Dwight Tillery Former Cincinnati Mayor Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld shared with me his letter to the editor of…