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GAPP and ACRU host our (hybrid) Annual Summer Book Discussion

How the Word Is Passedby Clint Smith Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for NonfictionNew York Times 10 Best Books of 2021TIME Magazine 10 Best Nonfiction Books of 2021 Beginning in his hometown of New Orleans, Clint Smith leads the reader through an unforgettable tour of monuments and landmarks – those that are honest about […]

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Cultural Competence: Learning to Liberate 3-Part Series

Learning to LiberateA 3-Part Anti-oppression Series from the YWCASeries FacilitatorTaylor Curtis YWCA Greater Cincinnati Director of Racial Justice and Equity In a series of 3 monthly workshops Taylor Curtis, YWCA Greater Cincinnati Director of Racial Justice and Equity, will guide participants in: Session 1: Tuesday, March 19: Cultural Competence. Builds awareness of cultural humility and respect through analyzing diversity, […]

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Developing an Antiracist Identity: Learning to Liberate 3-Part Series

Learning to LiberateA 3-Part Anti-oppression Series from the YWCA Series FacilitatorTaylor Curtis YWCA Greater Cincinnati Director of Racial Justice and Equity In a series of 3 monthly workshops Taylor Curtis, YWCA Greater Cincinnati Director of Racial Justice and Equity, will guide participants in: Session 1: Tuesday, March 19: Cultural Competence. Builds awareness of cultural humility and respect through analyzing diversity, […]

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Learning to Liberate 3-Part Series

Learning to LiberateA 3-Part Anti-oppression Series from the YWCASeries FacilitatorTaylor Curtis YWCA Greater Cincinnati Director of Racial Justice and Equity In a series of 3 monthly workshops Taylor Curtis, YWCA Greater Cincinnati Director of Racial Justice and Equity, will guide participants in:Session 1: Tuesday, March 19: Cultural Competence. Builds awareness of cultural humility and respect through analyzing diversity, […]

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A SPECIAL WAY TO GREET THE NEW YEAR

GAPP’s 19th Annual New Year’s Day Candlelight VigilOur Dreams for HumanityMonday, January 1, 5:00 – 5:30 p.m.Please join us in the Peace Pole Garden in Beech Acres Park, 6910 Salem Rd., Anderson Township. January 1! A brand-new year lies ahead! What are your dreams for our community and all people?You’re invited to offer a brief reading, speak words […]

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MLK Day Events

As a member of the MLK Coalition, GAPP invites you to attend events honoring Dr. King on MLK Day, Monday, January 15, 10:30 a.m.The Annual Commemorative March begins at the Freedom Center. The March will proceed to Washington Park for a brief interfaith service, concluding about 11:30 a.m.The, come across the street to Music Hall […]

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AMERICA’S TRUTH: CINCINNATI

GAPP/ACRU FILM NIGHTAMERICA’S TRUTH: CINCINNATIA film showing how structural racism in Cincinnati has intentionally produced racial inequities in heath, wealth, and wellbeing.October 18, 7:00 – 9:00 PMSt. Timothy Episcopal Church8101 Beechmont Avenue, 45255America’s Truth: Cincinnati uses the science of public health and riveting storytelling, to show how structural racism has intentionally produced racial inequities in […]

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RESPONDING TO HATE WITH ACTS OF LOVE

Once again, racist, homophobic hate materials were recently dropped on neighborhood driveways.BUTOnce again, we WON’T let hate have the last word!Join Greater Anderson Promotes Peace (GAPP) and Anderson Churches for Racial Unity (ACRU) for an evening of learning and discussion.Wednesday, October 11, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PMAnderson Center, 7850 Five Mile Road, 45230Rabbi Ari Jun, […]

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Art Exhibit: Painting, Poetry, and Sculpture

GAPP and ACRU welcome Dr. Joan Ferrante and NKU students with Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories (MCRC) for An Art Exhibit: Painting, Poetry, and Sculpture Tuesday, September 12, 7:00 PM Location: Anderson Hills Church, 7515 Beechmont Ave. 45255 This exhibit includes poetry, discussion and 10 sculptures created by MCRC artist Monica Naymar. The group […]

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GAPP and ACRU Annual Summer Book Discussion

GAPP and ACRU host our (hybrid) Annual Summer Book Discussion with Dr. Mark Mussman, author of Steal the Street: The Intersection of Homelessness and GentrificationWednesday, August 9, 7:00 PMLocation: Lutheran Church of the Resurrection1950 Nagel Road or on Zoom    Dr. Mark Mussman is the Director of Education for the Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition.  Steal the Street […]

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