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This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution stating the right of citizens to vote "shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex." Learn about the two exhibits now on display at the Library that honor this historic moment with important nuance.
In advance of his Native American Heritage Month event at the West End Branch Library November 18, Shawnee storyteller Ross Shaw shares his experience of navigating family history, identity, and truth-telling.
Cincinnati has many hometown heroes. But there’s one you may not have heard of before—the USS Cincinnati. Learn more about the exhibit that is a tribute to all of the vessels to bear the Queen City's name along with the experience of a man who served on one of them.
Indigenous Peoples Day is October 14. One way we can honor Indigenous people of the past and present is educating one another on Native history, Native triumph, and the struggles Native communities face today. The Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition curated resources for people of all ages and backgrounds who want to learn more about Indigenous people.
Wrongful convictions are not just the stuff of true-crime programs and podcasts. They happen everywhere, and Ohio is no exception. Carey Hoffman and Jennifer Bergeron of OIP discuss the organization's important work.
'AntiOD: Reclaiming Our City' is currently on display at the Main Library. It aims to address substance use disorder in Cincinnati and what we can do as a community to save lives from drug overdoses.
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