Cannabis Americana Exhibit Opening

Alex Corpuz

Cannabis Museum logo

Visit the Cannabis Museum in Athens, Ohio for the opening of their exhibit, “Cannabis Americana pt. 2, Reefer Madness: Propaganda & Prohibition” on June 21st!

Cincinnati’s Lost Founders: Opening Event

Alex Corpuz

Peter and Sarah Fossett

Come visit the Walnut Hills Branch of the Cincinnati Public Library for the opening event of “Cincinnati’s Lost Founders,” an exhibit created with support from the Harriet Beecher Stowe House and Ohio Humanities. The opening evening event will take place at the Walnut Hills branch library’s auditorium. It will bring together public historians from the Harriet Beecher Stowe House, Northern … Read More

Lincoln School Documentary Airs on WOSU TV

Alex Corpuz

The five plaintiffs in Clemons v. Board of Education and their attorneys stand in court on Sept. 29, 1954 while on their precedent-shattering mission. Front row, left to right: Plaintiffs Elsie Steward, Roxie Clemons, Zella Cumberland and Gertrude Clemons. Back row, left to right: Attorney Russell L. Carter, plaintiff Norma Rollins and attorneys Constance Baker Motley and James H. McGee. Photo by Harvey Eugene Smith of AP

Ohio Humanities’ documentary film The Lincoln School Story airs on WOSU TV in Columbus! The Lincoln School Story examines the little-known fight for school desegregation led by a handful of Ohio mothers and their children in 1954. In the wake of Brown v. Board of Education, school districts nationwide were mandated to integrate. But when African American mothers in Hillsboro, … Read More

Cincinnati’s Lost Founders

Alex Corpuz

Peter and Sarah Fossett

Come visit the Walnut Hills Branch of the Cincinnati Public Library to see “Cincinnati’s Lost Founders,” an exhibit created with support from the Harriet Beecher Stowe House and Ohio Humanities. The exhibit will consist of panels that include text and photos of family documents that encompass information on the Fossett family’s roots at Monticello, the activism of Peter and Sarah … Read More

Lincoln School Documentary Airs on WOSU TV

Alex Corpuz

The five plaintiffs in Clemons v. Board of Education and their attorneys stand in court on Sept. 29, 1954 while on their precedent-shattering mission. Front row, left to right: Plaintiffs Elsie Steward, Roxie Clemons, Zella Cumberland and Gertrude Clemons. Back row, left to right: Attorney Russell L. Carter, plaintiff Norma Rollins and attorneys Constance Baker Motley and James H. McGee. Photo by Harvey Eugene Smith of AP

Ohio Humanities’ documentary film The Lincoln School Story airs on WOSU TV in Columbus! The Lincoln School Story examines the little-known fight for school desegregation led by a handful of Ohio mothers and their children in 1954. In the wake of Brown v. Board of Education, school districts nationwide were mandated to integrate. But when African American mothers in Hillsboro, … Read More

Lincoln School Documentary Airs on WOSU TV

Alex Corpuz

The five plaintiffs in Clemons v. Board of Education and their attorneys stand in court on Sept. 29, 1954 while on their precedent-shattering mission. Front row, left to right: Plaintiffs Elsie Steward, Roxie Clemons, Zella Cumberland and Gertrude Clemons. Back row, left to right: Attorney Russell L. Carter, plaintiff Norma Rollins and attorneys Constance Baker Motley and James H. McGee. Photo by Harvey Eugene Smith of AP

Ohio Humanities’ documentary film The Lincoln School Story airs on WOSU TV in Columbus! The Lincoln School Story examines the little-known fight for school desegregation led by a handful of Ohio mothers and their children in 1954. In the wake of Brown v. Board of Education, school districts nationwide were mandated to integrate. But when African American mothers in Hillsboro, … Read More

Songs of Sancho’s London: Sancho’s Songbook Airs

Alex Corpuz

Charles Ignatius Sancho Portriar

Tune in for the sixth episode of SalonEra Season 4: Sancho’s Songbook! A man of letters, merchant, abolitionist, theater lover, and musician, Charles Ignatius Sancho made history as the first British man of African descent to vote in a general election. This episode features insights from countertenor Reginald Mobley, who is on a mission to promote the music of Black … Read More

Freedom a la Carte Open Mic Night

Alex Corpuz

Freedom a la Carte logo

Freedom a la Carte is excited to share they are partnering with friends at We Amplify Voices (WAV) for this year’s Open Mic Nights! The next Open Mic Night will be on May 10 at WAV’s building: 1327 Sullivant Ave. Doors open at 5:30pm and the event starts at 6pm and should conclude around 7:30pm. Come share your voice through poetry, song, … Read More

Brown @ 70 Commemoration at the Lincoln Theatre

Alex Corpuz

Brown at 70 by Ohio Humanities

Join Ohio Humanities at the Lincoln Theatre in Columbus, Ohio for our highlight Brown @ 70 commemoration event! Stay tuned for updates– you can expect excellent music, a screening of the Lincoln School Story, and a discussion between different generations about the effects of the landmark Brown v. Board of Ed. decision. Tickets are now available here! VIP tickets, which … Read More