A recording of our event from August 26, 2017. Speakers are Hali Greene, Brian Taylor, and Drew Gerbel. See the original event description here.
Due to the comments we have seen over the past few days, we want to clarify some misconceptions about our position on the matter of the Women’s March. Our issue with the “vote” theme is twofold. It’s about: The exclusion of marginalized people of all ethnicities and The narrow focus of the prescribed method to […]
There is no place for Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati in the 2018 Cincinnati Women’s March. Despite our unshaken belief that women’s liberation is essential to black liberation, our political principles are at odds with the “Hear Our Vote” theme for this year’s march. Furthermore, we recognize that the national event and its sister marches (like […]
Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 3 PM – 5 PM Black Lives Matter Cincinnati Education Committee wants to share what we have been doing to increase racial education and awareness and work to empower the youth in our surrounding communities. This forum will discuss Freedom Schools (past and present), READ After-school programs and the School […]
FREE ADMISSION with gladly accepted and much needed donations. Join Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati for a film showing of Ava DuVernay’s compelling documentary: “13th.” The film illuminates the U.S. prison system and how the 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution allows for legalized slavery. It further evidences the profit drive behind locking people up and […]
BY HALI GREENE Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati On Saturday, December 11, 2017 Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati’s (BLMC) Outreach and Recruitment Committee held its monthly “Second Saturday Discussion” focused on gender sovereignty. The program zoomed in on political principles 2 and 6, which are: Women’s liberation is an essential component in the fight for Black liberation. […]
BY JAKE DINGLER Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati NEWPORT, Kentucky — On December 14, a meeting was held at Holy Spirit Parish in Newport, Kentucky, to organize a response to the string of recent ICE raids in northern Kentucky, resulting in over 90 detentions so far. Holy Spirit Parish was a strategic location choice, as churches […]