African American History in Cincinnati and the present day relevancy Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream.
Race & Ethnicity
Race & Ethnicity Video Library
Kathy Lehr talks with Alfonso Cornejo and Maria Molina about the 2010 Census data for Hispanics and why this information is important.
Barbara Kellar talks with David Fankhauser, Ph.D. about his experience being a “Freedom Rider.”
Kathy Lehr talks with Alfonso Cornejo, Neil Comber, and Gema Bahns about Hispanic Heritage Month 2010 and the activities that are planned here in Greater Cincinnati.
Barbara Kellar talks with Dr. Gregory H. Williams, the President of the University of Cincinnati, about his professional and
personal life, as well as, his book ''Life on the Color Line: The True Story of a White Boy Who Discovered He Was Black.''
Civil rights activist Marian Spencer talks about the work undertaken to integrate the public schools in Cincinnati in the 1950s and 1960s.
Barbara Kellar talks with Betty Evans, winner of the Dr. Lauranne Sams Scholarship from the National Black Nurses Association, Inc.
Leading African American Cincinnatians discuss the struggle for equality in our community in the last half of the 20th century.
Angela Corley, who works at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, tells CET about her aunt Wilhelmina Jakes Street, who sparked the the Civil Rights movement in Tallahassee, Florida, 50 years ago.
Cincinnati Civil Rights Icon, Marian Spencer shares thoughts and stories on various events in her life.
Former U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge, and current Chief Diversity Officer at Blank Rome LLP, Nathaniel R. Jones discusses events in his life.
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