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Panel Highlights Institutional Character of Racism in Schools

Jake Dingler Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati On March 10th, Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati (BLMC) held its second Saturday discussion series at The First Unitarian Universalist Church on Linton Street in Corryville, Ohio. This month’s discussion was centered on the recent racist incidents racist events that have happened in Cincinnati and the institutional racism that allowed […]

Unite and Fight for Women’s Rights!

  BY LESSA LEIGH Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati On March 8, 2018, a coalition of local  organizations gathered at Piatt Park in downtown Cincinnati to celebrate International Women’s Day. Throughout gusts of wind and snow showers, representatives from the coalition spoke about the need to end all forms of oppression towards women.   Pulling no […]

Students Organize Community Meeting Against Mass Incarceration

BY JAKE DINGLER (Black Lives Matter Cincinnati) On Monday, February 26, the students of Aiken high school hosted a powerful presentation on mass incarceration in America.  More than 100 people attended. Aiken Students Against Mass Incarceration (ASAMI) is a class project brought to fruition by Aiken history teacher John Klingler led by his students.  students […]