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& Co. [VIDEO] featuring Sean Suder and COVID-19's impact on zoning and regulation

Yard & Company's video series episode six features Sean Suder from Calfee Zoning discussing the pandemic's impact on city zoning and regulations.

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The rise of Nazi Germany: Part two, as told by a local Holocaust survivor

In the second part of this story, Dr. Al Miller talks about his family’s escape from Germany after Kristallnacht. Although he has shared his experience many times, he feels it is important now, as the country faces rising COVID cases, civil unrest, and the use of Nazi symbols to promote the current administration.

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Making residents’ voices heard in the West End

Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses and The Port of Greater Cincinnati are working to keep current residents from being displaced.

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A march down Dixie Highway and the making of an activist

For Chris Brown, a rising activist associated with the Black Lives Matter movement in Northern Kentucky, the priorities are getting people registered to vote, improving the diversity of city councils and school boards, and building understanding among the races.

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& Co. [VIDEO] featuring Tommy Pacello re: district management

Yard & Company's video series focuses on COVID-19 and the impact on cities. Episode four features Memphis Medical District's, Tommy Pacello speaking about the future of outdoor living to the power of the front porch.

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'Our voices are crying out, saying enough is enough.'

The head of the Northern Kentucky NAACP talks in an exclusive interview about the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the movements pushing for change in community policing.

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The rise of Nazi Germany: Part one, as told by a local Holocaust survivor

In this two-part series, Dr. Al Miller talks about being a child in Berlin during the 1930s. He shares his story as the country is experiencing civil unrest due to police brutality against people of color, and because nearly 50% of people in the United States only have the vaguest notion that the Holocaust happened, and many have never heard of it.

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On the Ground: A history of the West End's African American community

Current, longtime residents reflect on the Cincinnati neighborhood’s heyday in the 1940s and 50s. That sense of community lives on despite a variety of challenges.

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