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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…

Freedom rider and activist keynotes Freedom Center’s King Legacy Breakfast

By Cody Hefner   Cincinnati Museum Center  Betty Daniels Rosemond will keynote the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center’s 2020 King Legacy Awards breakfast on Monday,…

Women’s Alliance hosts school tours of Freedom Center’s Men of Change

Students from Aiken High School tour the Men of Chance exhibit. Photo by Dan Yount By Carole Cutter Hawkins  Women’s Alliance  Women’s…

Freedom rider and activist keynotes National Underground Railroad Freedom Center’s annual King Legacy Awards Breakfast

Free admission, coalition march and blood drive highlight day’s activities Betty Daniels Rosemond will keynote the National Underground Railroad Freedom…

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center exhibition reveals grim reality of human trafficking

Motel X opens January 11 Since 2012, human trafficking cases have steadily increased in the United States, rising to 10,949…

Freedom Center welcomes new president

By Elizabeth Pierce CEO Cincinnati Museum Center National Underground Railroad Freedom Center The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (NURFC) has…

93-YEAR-OLD TO ADMONISH HOPEFULS AT DEBATE TO REMEMBER JUNETEENTH

Ahead of the fifth Democratic debate in Atlanta, 93-year-old Opal Lee of Fort Worth, TX is honing her message of…

Freedom Summer – Then, Now and the Future

Volunteers at Freedom Summer at the then Western College for Women in Oxford, Photo: By George R. Hoxie; courtesy of Smith…

Mark Lomax, II, to Perform with Members of the CSO at National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Composer’s new work marks 400 years since the start of transatlantic slave trade The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s (CSO) Multicultural Awareness…

Spend an evening with Ohio Innocence Project

The public is invited to hear attorneys and exonerated individuals talk during “Wrongfully Convicted: Stories from the Ohio Innocence Project (OIP).”…