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Racism declared a public health crisis in Cincinnati

State and local officials join Cincinnati City Councilmembers Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney (at podium), Wendell Young and P.G. Sittenfeld (both at…

Councilmember Kearney announces #CincyBuyBlackThursdays

By Anthony B. Johnson Policy Director Office of Councilwoman  Jan-Michele Kearney Councilmember Jan-Michele Kearney announced #CincyBuyBlackThursdays, a public campaign calling…

Coalition of Cincinnati leaders, non-profits launches COVID-19 Website to Inform African American community and other underserved populations

Partnership includes Cincinnati City Councilmember Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney, Center for Closing the Health Gap, African American Chamber, Urban League of…

Councilmember Sittenfeld appoints Kearney to fill vacant seat on Cincinnati City Council

Rev. Damon Lynch, Jr. (pictured at podium) begins the event with prayer. Rabbi Abie Ingber offered the closing prayer. Photo…

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…

UC Health invites public to MLK Celebration: ‘Speaking Truth to Power’

By Tamara Lang, UC Health  “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter.” …

Cincinnati NAACP says, ‘You Are the Movement’

NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner is Saturday, Sept.28 By Andria Carter Herald Contributor The theme for the Cincinnati National Association for…

Herald publisher honored for bringing Black press convention to Cincinnati

Winners of the 2019 Champion Award. The Spirit of Cincinnati USA Awards honor the people and organizations that are driving…