Hear about The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education's upcoming event: the Cincinnati film premiere of "Rescue in the Philippines: Refuge from the Holocaust."
FOCUS is CET's bi-monthly news and public affairs program which airs on CET the first two Sundays of every month at 12:30pm, and the first three Mondays at midnight.
Kathy Lehr talks with three alternative energy experts, Larry Feist, David L. Hart, and Ralph Velasquez, about how they are helping to prepare Ohio for generating energy that is safer, cleaner, healthier and more cost effective.
Three educators discuss how STEM is benefiting Cincinnati's students and how teachers are being groomed to provide a more specialized education for their students.
Craig Niemi and Dean Regas talk about how the Cincinnati Observatory Center will celebrate the International Year of Astronomy.
Kathy Lehr talks with Greg Edwards about why the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County chose Steve Lopez's The Soloist as the book selection for their community-wide reading project: On The Same Page. Kathy also talks with Russell Winters and Debbie DeMarcus about what services are available in Greater Cincinnati for homeless people with mental and emotional illnesses.
Catering to those young people who are influenced by and attracted to the Hip Hop Culture, Elementz Hip Hop Youth Arts Center offers courses such as DJ-ing, emceeing/rapping, break dancing, and graffiti art. On this episode of Focus, Kathy Lehr talks with Elementz instructors Islord Allah and Abdulluh about how Elementz benefits our community.