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Kara Strass from the Myaamia Center

GAPP and ACRU welcome Kara Strass from the Myaamia Center at Miami University. Are you familiar with the Myaamia Center? There is so much to learn! The Myaamia Center, a Miami Tribe of Oklahoma initiative located within an academic setting, serves the needs of the Myaamia people, Miami University, and partner communities through research, education, […]

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Holocaust and Humanity Center Tour

JOIN WITH GAPP to visit the new Holocaust and Humanity Center (HHE) at its new home in the Cincinnati Museum Center. It is divided into two galleries. The Holocaust Gallery tells the story of the Holocaust through the eyes and voices of survivors who arrived in Cincinnati through Union Terminal, ready to begin their lives […]

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GAPP Annual Meeting

Tuesday, February 26, 7:00 PM Eastern Hills Friends Meeting 1671 Nagel Road, 45255 Join your GAPP friends to review recent activities, consider future focuses, and learn from each other. Special guests from the Cincinnati Regional Coalition Against Hate will share how we can work together for everyone’s future. GAPP has been working tirelessly in the […]

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MLK Commemorates 400th Anniversary of Chattel Slavery Ahead of MLK Day 2019

The Martin Luther King Jr. Coalition announces a series of events for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, January 21, 2019. This is the MLK Coalition’s 44th annual celebration of the holiday in Cincinnati, dedicated to keeping Dr. King’s legacy vibrant in our community. The theme for the 2019 events is 400 years of Enslavement: […]

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What’s Needed Now? Talk by Rev. Damon Lynch, III

Rev. Damon Lynch, III Tuesday, January 29, 2019, 7:00 p.m. The year 2019 marks the 400th year since the arrival of the first slave ship at Jamestown. Slavery has ended. Civil Rights laws have been passed. But racism continues. Here in Cincinnati, the rates of childhood poverty and shortened life expectancy fall heavily on People […]

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Resources from Eric Ward

GAPP began when hate literature was being dropped all over our area in 1999. We were confused that it was both racist and anti-Semitic. We didn’t understand the connection between racism and anti-Semitism; between white supremacy and white nationalism. In June of this year, the newly formed Cincinnati Regional Coalition Against Hate invited community organizer […]

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Be Our Guest for a Thanksgiving Feast

Our Turkish Muslim friends invite you to an international Thanksgiving Dinner with American and Turkish favorites. This dinner is a gift of thanks for all the loving friendship shared with their community. Over the years we have had cooking classes, teas, interfaith discussions, picnics, and one-on-one friendships and sharing with our friends in the Turkish […]

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A Candlelight Vigil

A community response in support of the victims of hate in Pittsburgh, Kentucky and around the nation. Sunday, November 45:00 – 5:30 p.m. Peace Pole Garden in Beech Acres Park6910 Salem Road, Anderson Township All are welcome to bring a brief reading to share: a poem, a meaningful quote, or a prayer. Readings interspersed with […]

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Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories  

Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories  This film is a project at Northern Kentucky University professor Joan Ferrante and her amazing students. Discussion will follow.September 17, 2018Immaculate Heart of Mary Church 7880 Beechmont Avenue, Cincinnati, 45255 7:00-9:00 PMThe  Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories (MCRC) Project  is dedicated to using the transformative powers of the arts to mourn the creation of racial categories and to help us understand and acknowledge […]

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A Gathering at the Peace Pole in Beech Acres Park

A Gathering at the Peace Pole in Beech Acres ParkSunday, August 19, 20187:00-7:30 PM. 6910 Salem Road, Anderson Township, 45230 In light of the recent  KKK flyer leafleting in Anderson Township and the rise nationally of white supremacist activity, GAPP and ACRU invite you to join with your neighbors to say NO to hate; stand up for Diversity, Understanding, and Inclusion; and affirm the unity of our […]

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