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.
Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses and The Port of Greater Cincinnati are working to keep current residents from being displaced.
Tina Gutierrez created a “wearable art” portrait series to help herself — and others — overcome feelings of loss and sadness.
Instead of staying in communal shelters, people in need were moved to hotels until the “shelter in place” order was lifted.
The Covid-19 Regional Response Fund helped Santa Maria Community Services change the way they help families during coronavirus.
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.
Now more than ever, we need chill music and meditation designed to help us stay calm, safe, and sane.
Many communities have cancelled Pride events in June. But the history of the movement — combined with current civil unrest — hasn’t slowed activists down.
The COVID-19 Regional Relief Fund helped them adapt to new technology that assists survivors of domestic violence by meeting them virtually in isolation.
The International Rett Syndrome Foundation supports families of children with this rare neurological disorder. The coronavirus pandemic has had a profound impact on this vulnerable population.