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Homelessness, Displacement, & Gentrification 101

February 7, 2023, 7:00 p.m.GAPP and ACRU welcome The Greater Cincinnati Coalition for the Homeless with guest speaker Melissa Mosby. The event will be in-person and available via Zoom.Heritage UU Church, 2710 Newtown Road, 45244Melissa Mosby brings her story of housing insecurity due to displacement in the West End to those it can help, by building […]

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Annual Commemorative March

As a member of the MLK Coalition, GAPP invites you to attend events honoring Dr. King on  MLK Day, Monday, January 16, 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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A SPECIAL WAY TO GREET THE NEW YEAR

GAPP’s 18th AnnualNew Year’s DayCandlelight VigilOur Dreams for HumanitySunday, January 15:00 – 5:30 p.m.  Peace Pole Garden in Beech Acres Park6910 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 from you heart that express your hopes and dreams, […]

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Race and Racism in Cincinnati, the Docuseries

Presented by GAPP and ACRUA 3-Evening Program SeriesSeptember 13, September 27, October 117:00 PM – 9:00 PMImmaculate Heart of Mary Church, Anderson Township(IHM campus locations for each session will be sent with registration)About the series:Race and Racism in Cincinnati, a 3-part docuseries, is the telling of Cincinnati’s history from the racial margins, a history that […]

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GAPP and ACRU Summer Book Study

Tuesday, August 16, 7:00 PMLutheran Church of the Resurrection1950 Nagel Rd., Anderson Township, 45255Registration requested. A virtual option will be available. https://summerbook.eventbrite.com The 2022 Summer Book Study selection isDear White Friend: The Realities of Race, the Power of Relationships and Our Path to EquityBy Melvin J. Gravely, IIAbout the book (from the website, www.dearwhitefriend.com )“Melvin Gravely eloquently […]

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Model Minority/Forever Foreigner: Shedding Light on anti-Asian American Racism

GAPP and ACRU announce a Panel Event via ZoomModel Minority/Forever Foreigner: Shedding Light on anti-Asian American RacismWednesday, May 25, 7:00 PM (via Zoom)Registration required to receive meeting link https://shed-light.eventbrite.com About the PanelNews of shocking attacks targeting Asian Americans creates awareness of the hatred targeting this community, yet most Americans may be unaware of the stereotypes and […]

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GAPP Announces our Summer Book Discussion – Coming in August!

Dear White Friend: The Realities of Race, the Power of Relationships and Our Path to Equity (2021, Greenleaf Book Group Press)By Melvin Gravely, IIThe selection for our annual book discussion is Cincinnati businessman and author Melvin Gravely II’s book Dear White Friend: The Realities of Race, the Power of Relationships and Our Path to Equity. […]

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Connecting Conversations with Kathryne Gardette

GAPP and ACRU present Connecting Conversations with Kathryne Gardette Tuesday, April 5, 7:00 PM St Timothy’s Episcopal Church 8101 Beechmont Avenue, Cincinnati, OH, 45255 ABOUT THE PROGRAM Kathryne Gardette, a Walnut Hills business woman known as an investor and advocate, describes herself as artistic, logistic, and a civic renaissance woman. She’ll share how the power […]

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New Year’s Day Candlelight Vigil

GAPP holds our 17th Annual New Year’s Day Candlelight Vigil, Our Dreams for Humanity at the Peace Pole Garden GAPP is holding our 17th annual New Year’s Day Candlelight Vigil at the Peace Pole Garden in Beech Acres Park, 6910 Salem Avenue, Anderson Township, on Saturday, January 1, at 5:00 PM. On this first day […]

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Film Screening: Sons and Daughters of Thunder

Part 2 of a 2-Part Series A virtual Q&A with a filmmakers will follow the film. Wednesday, October 27, 7:00 PM (in-person) Lutheran Church of the Resurrection 1950 Nagel Road, 45255 This award-winning film by Kelly Rundle and Tammy Rundle tells the story of the nation’s first public debates on the abolition of slavery that […]

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