About GAPP

About GAPP

What Work Is Ours to Do? Learning to be Antiracist

Join GAPP and ACRU for What Work Is Ours to Do? Learning to be Antiracist A Panel Discussion with Anderson Township Residents: (Panelist bios listed below) Honorable Alan C. Triggs, Municipal Court Judge Irene Encarnación, Faculty at NKU Mary Annette Pember, Journalist Jadyn Riggs, AHS Class of 2020 Wednesday, July 22, 7:00 PM via Zoom Drawing on the work of Robin DiAngelo and Ibram X. Kendi, […]

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Join GAPP and ACRU for our SUMMER BOOK STORY

As our nation struggles to understand and address the historic and current realities of racism, we’ll be discussing via Zoom: How To Be An Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi August 4, 7:00 PM Ibram Kendi posits that one cannot be “not racist.” We are either racist or antiracist. His concept of antiracism reenergizes and reshapes […]

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Tea and Friendship with our Turkish Friends

A Gathering for Women Saturday, March 21 Celebrate the arrival of Spring with a time to renew old friendships and make new ones. This gathering provides a time to share tea, culture, and friendship with our Turkish Muslim friends. A time to listen, learn and share. Since 2011, GAPP has partnered with the TASO (Turkish […]

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Dress Up, Speak Up:
Regalia and Resistance

Join GAPP and ACRU to visit the current art exhibit at 21C Hotel. This will be a guided tour as part of their regular docent-lead exploration of the amazing artwork. One of the many artists, Kehinde Wiley, was selected by President Obama to create his presidential portrait. Dress Up, Speak Up: Regalia and Resistance In […]

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I Was a Teenage Freedom Rider

GAPP Friends at Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church welcome Dr. David Fankhauser “I Was a Teenage Freedom Rider” January 19, 2020 12:30 PM 6474 Beechmont Avenue Please join us for a special presentation by Dr. David Fankhauser. He’ll share his experiences as a Freedom Rider. As a college student in 1961, Dr. Fankhauser, a retired professor […]

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MLK Day 2020

As a member of the MLK Coalition, GAPP announces the 45th Annual MLK Day Commemorative March and Music Hall Commemoration Monday, January 20 The Commemorative March begins at 10:30 a.m. at the Freedom Center. The March moves to Fountain Square for an interfaith prayer service at 11:00 a.m., and continues to Music Hall at 12:00 […]

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New Year’s Day Candlelight Vigil

GAPP holds our 15th Annual New Year’s Day Candlelight Vigil, Our Dreams for Humanity at the Peace Pole Garden GAPP is holding our 15th annual New Year’s Day Candlelight Vigil at the Peace Pole Garden in Beech Acres Park, 6910 Salem Avenue, Anderson Township, on Wednesday, January 1, at 5:00 PM. At the vigil participants […]

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MORTAR Business Walking Tour

MORTAR BUSINESS WALKING TOUR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM MORTAR is a business incubator working in Over the Rhine and Walnut Hills. Their success has been reported in local news for the exciting business opportunities for entrepreneurs and patron of their businesses. The tour will visit these businesses to learn some of […]

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GAPP & ACRU welcome MORTAR

Since 2014 MORTAR aims to create diverse communities by enabling historically marginalized entrepreneurs to access the resources needed to start and run successful businesses. Learn more about what they do, how they do it, and why it matters! MONDAY, OCTOBER 28 HERITAGE UU CHURCH 2710 NEWTOWN ROAD, 45244 7:00 PM This program is free and […]

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Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories Project

Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories Part 2: Let Our Loss Be Heard Wednesday, September 18, 7:00 PM Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church 6474 Beechmont Ave, 45230 GAPP and ACRU welcome Dr. Joan Ferrante back to Anderson Township to share Part 2 of the Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories Project. This film, Let Our Loss […]

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