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."
History Video Library
Barbara Kellar talks with Elizabeth Pierce about the new ''Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt'' exhibit.
Dr. John Bryant describes how segregation in the 1960s had an impact on his education and future.
The story of the creation of Honor Flight, the service that makes sure our veterans -- our heroes -- see the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Take a video tour of the Freedom Center's new exhibit ''Without Sanctuary Lynching Photography in America''. Dina Bailey, Curator for The National Underground Railroad and Freedom Center, describes the exhibit's features.
Cincinnati's Public Library, along with the Library of Congress, ranks in the top nine of U.S. genealogy libraries. The list of resources at the Main Library is extensive and continues to grow.
Educator and former Cincinnati Youth Collaborative director John Bryant describes about how he used research tools, detective work, creative thinking and a bit of luck to build a family history for his daughter.
Kathy Lehr talks with Don Murphy, Dina Bailey, and Charles Davis from the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center about their new exhibit ''Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography in America.''