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Film Screening: Cincinnati Goddamn

Film Screening: Cincinnati Goddamn Friday, February 2, 7PM Heritage UU Church 2710 Newtown Rd., 45244 in Anderson Township. GAPP and Heritage UU Church are hosting a screening of the film Cincinnati Goddamn. The film is a documentary about the police killing of black men in Cincinnati, the 2001 civil unrest that rocked the city for three days, and the […]

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Understanding Whiteness

A Workshop Examining the History and Present-Day Reality of Whiteness in American Life Saturday, March 3, 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM Location: Lutheran Church of the Resurrection 1950 Nagel Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45255 Register at: https://understandingwhiteness.eventbrite.com Too often our contemporary conversations about race and racism are polarized into angry posturing, denial, and hand-wringing. […]

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Lawarre Named Freedom Hero

Louise Lawarre, GAPP’s executive director, was designated an Everyday Freedom Hero by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and WCPO-TV. Lawarre’s ability to take action to protect and extend freedom, her efforts in speaking up, working for change and encouraging others to learn and grow will be archived among other honorees’ work at the Freedom […]

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Community Conversations Lead to Action

GAPP and the Forest Hills School District collaborated in 2006 to bring adults and students together for dialogue about diversity in our community. During four sessions, participants shared their experiences, examined issues and developed action plans to promote respect for diversity in our area. Here’s an update on their activities: 1. GAPP’s Religious Diversity Task […]

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GAPP Named Freedom Stations Affiliate

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center has formally designated GAPP a Freedom Stations Affiliate. Affiliates are a part of a national outreach program linking historic Underground Railroad sites, research centers, community-based organizations, university libraries and museums actively engaged in Underground Railroad research, historic preservation or contemporary freedom struggles. Find out more at www.freedomcenter.org .

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