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UC Campus Events Mark February's Black History Month


UC celebrates Black History Month with a wide range of musical performances, panel discussions, special presentations and other events throughout February on all campuses. Upcoming events include the Feb. 24 Inaugural Black Feminist Symposium, the Feb. 27 presentation and discussion of 'Out in the Night' by the LGBTQ Center and the African-American Read-In on Feb. 28.

Date: 1/27/2017 12:00:00 AM
By: Melanie Schefft
Phone: (513) 556-5213
Photos By: Provided

UC ingot   As Black History Month gets underway, the University of Cincinnati celebrates the contributions and achievements of African Americans nationally and locally with a lineup of musical performances, panel discussions and workshops.
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What began in 1926 as a celebration of Negro history became an annual week-long celebration during the second week of February to coincide with the birthday of Abraham Lincoln. By 1976, the United States government officially recognized Black History Month as an annual celebration of the contributions  of and achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their important role in U.S. history.

A few of the events planned at UC:

Last Day to Register for “Get On the Bus” Spring Break Washington, D.C. Trip is Friday, Jan. 27
Friday, Jan. 27, last day to register for trip to Washington, D.C., March 11-13 
Join Holly McGee, UC assistant professor of history, and others will travel to Washington, D.C., during Spring Break for an all-inclusive trip for $200 to visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The trip is being co-sponsored by more than 20 different colleges/departments/offices on campus.
For more information contact Holly McGee at mcgeehy@ucmail.uc.edu

“Weary,” Lambda Society and Collegiate 100 Week of Excellence Event
6-7 p.m., Monday, Jan. 30, 400A, Tangeman University Center
Enjoy a panel discussion with student leaders who hold leadership positions in majority white spaces. The program will inform students on the preparation for and the requirements needed in order to be successful for these positions, including ROAR guides, Fulbright and Rhodes Scholars, Student Government, SACUB (Student Advisory Committee on the University Budget) and more.

“For Us, By Us,” Lambda Society and Collegiate 100 Week of Excellence Event
6-7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 31, Nippert North Pavilion
For Us, By US is an informational discussion with black-owned businesses in the Nippert North Pavilion to share their expertise with minority students.

United Black Students Association Events
4-5 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 1, African American Cultural Resource Center
Join Co-Presidents Nyirah Jackson and Satra Taylor for the Black History Month opening ceremony with a presentation by Eric Abercrumbie, director of diversity in the Division of Student Affairs, about the history of African Americans and people of color at the University of Cincinnati.

“This Moment,” Lambda Society and Collegiate 100 Week of Excellenc Event
7-9 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 1, African American Cultural Resource Center
Enjoy a cook-off competition between Lambda and Collegiate 100. Come prepared to eat and enjoy friendly competition.

Black History Sports Panel, sponsored by UC’s African-American Cultural Resource Center

6-7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 2, in African American Cultural Resource Center
Join the AACRC and UC’s Sports Administration Program for a Black History Sports panel discussion. The program will demonstrate that success is attainable, despite barriers that may exist in the sports industry. The panelists will highlight successful African-American men and women connected with UC who work or have participated in sports on an elite level. Panelists include, Karen Hatcher, UC athletics executive senior associate AD; Carl Satterwhite, UC alum and minority owner of the Cincinnati Reds; Katrina Merriweather, head WBB coach, Wright State University; Steve Nell, OSHAA assistant commissioner; and Steve Hightower, minority owner, FC Cincinnati. The event is free and open to the public.
Contact Ewaniki Moore-Hawkins at mooreek@ucmail.uc.edu or Alicia Cintron at cintroam@ucmail.uc.edu.

“The Chosen One’s Exhibit,” Lambda Society and Collegiate 100 Week of Excellence Event

6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 2, TUC Atrium
The AACRC will bring their Trailblazer Wall to the TUC Atrium for a two-day visit. As part of the black student leaders of UC exhibit, the Wall will highlight student leaders that have paved the way for this generation.

“I Got So Much Magic, You Can Have It,” Lambda Society and Collegiate 100 Week of Excellence Event
4:30-5:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 3, African American Cultural Resource Center
As part of the Week of Excellence tradition, The Lambda Society hosts an annual “Purple Carpet Affair,” a special event designed to celebrate womanhood and black excellence. This year's Purple Carpet Affair is entitled "I GOT SO MUCH MAGIC." Continuing in the spirit of excellence, The Lambda Society will honor five women who contribute to the greater good of the community and campus for community service, scholastic, unity, rising star and leadership awards.

“Rise,” Lambda Society and Collegiate 100 Week of Excellence Event
Noon, Saturday, Feb. 4, African American Cultural Resource Center
Rise is a community service program that includes members of both Lambda Society and the Collegiate 100 organizations to make goodie bags to give to the children at the Ronald McDonald House.

Historical Black Church Tours, UC History Department Event
10 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 5, Allen Temple A.M.E. Church (meet at McMicken at 9 a.m.)
Join Holly McGee, UC assistant professor of history, and her students every Sunday in February 2017 for an historical black church tour of Cincinnati. Visit four different churches in the area and enjoy a month-long celebration of black history. All are welcome to any and all church visits. Whether you plan to drive or need a ride, meet in front of McMicken Hall each Sunday an hour before the service, dress for services, and bring $1 for the collection plate.
For more information, contact Holly McGee mcgeehy@ucmail.uc.edu

“Endgame: AIDS in Black America,” LGBTQ Event
Noon, Tuesday, Feb. 7, in LGBTQ Center, 565 Steger Student Life Center
As part of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, there will be a special presentation of “Endgame: AIDS in Black America,” the groundbreaking exploration of one of the country’s most urgent, preventable health crises, produced by “Frontline.” Open discussion afterward.
Contact Amy Schlag, amy.schlag@uc.edu

United Black Students Association Events
4-5 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 7, African American Cultural Resource Center
Celebrate Black History Month at a “Bridging the Gap” discussion about the complexities of being both African and African American. Program is in collaboration with the UC African Student Association.

UC Libraries Black History Month event

2:30-4:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 8, Langsam Library
Come ready to learn, eat, paint and be inspired by “Uncovering Black History Through Art and Education,” including poetry, soulful food bites and interactive trivia based on the Black History Month exhibit. Keynote speaker Littisha Bates, A&S associate professor, presents “Sociology of the Black Family,” and Brandon Hawkins of Soul Palette, a company that creates paint party experiences, will help everyone tap into their inner artistry.

Diversity and Inclusion: Education, Collaboration and Transformation –– Academic Health Center Insights and Speaker Series

Noon to 2 p.m., Friday, Feb. 10, Kresge Auditorium, Medical Sciences Building
“Implicit Bias in the Academy,” presented by Benjamin Reese Jr., vice president and chief diversity officer for the Office for Institutional Equity, Duke University/Duke University Health System.
Light lunch provided. Continuing education credit is available.
Contact Kelly Lyle at (513) 558-7424 or kelly.lyle@uc.edu more

Historical Black Church Tours, UC History Department Event

11:15 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 12, New Prospect Baptist Church (meet at McMicken at 10:15 a.m.)
Join Holly McGee, UC assistant professor of history, and her students every Sunday in February 2017 for an historical black church tour of Cincinnati. Visit four different churches in the area and enjoy a month-long celebration of black history. All are welcome to any and all church visits. Whether you plan to drive or need a ride, meet in front of McMicken Hall each Sunday an hour before the service, dress for services, and bring $1 for the collection plate.
For more information, contact Holly McGee mcgeehy@ucmail.uc.edu

“Black Love Week,” United Black Students Association (UBSA) Event
Feb. 13-17, campus-wide
Black Love Week is a series of programs in which the United Black Student Association sponsors activities and events featuring various expressions of love from a black perspective. Through various creative expressions, the UC community uses this week as a way of encouraging each other, other students, faculty, staff and the Cincinnati community to demonstrate, receive and participate in various displays of black love.
For more information 

UBSA Valentine’s Day Card Making
5-6 p.m., Monday, Feb. 13, African American Cultural Resource Center
As part of Black Love Week, join the UBSA at a community service event to make Valentine’s Day cards for students.

UBSA For the Love of Money
5:15-6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 14, 415 TUC
As part of Black Love Week, join a discussion about saving money and healthy money habits.

Diversity and Inclusion: Education, Collaboration and Transformation –– Academic Health Center Insights and Speaker Series
Noon-1 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 15, Kresge Auditorium, Medical Sciences Building
“Cultural Competence in Healthcare,” presented by Charla Weiss, human resources consultant, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. (Highly interactive and reflective. Students and all learners encouraged to attend.)
Light lunch provided. Continuing education credit is available.
Contact Kelly Lyle at (513) 558-7424 or kelly.lyle@uc.edu

Poster of the movie documentary

Presentation of “13th”
Noon-3 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 15, 351 Muntz Hall, UC Blue Ash College
Free viewing of the movie “13th” named for the 13th constitutional amendment which abolished slavery. The film, produced by Ava DuVernay and now nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary Feature, makes the case that slavery hasn't disappeared from the U.S., but has evolved into our modern system of mass incarceration. There will be a discussion afterward led by Corrine Witherspoon, assistant director of UC Inclusion and Involvement.
Contact the Multicultural Affairs office at (513) 745-5691

Presentation of “Stay Woke: The Black Lives Matter Movement,” LGBTQ Event

6 -9 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 15, African American Cultural Resource Center
“Stay Woke: The Black Lives Matter Movement” is an original documentary film that chronicles the evolution of the Black Lives Matter movement through first-person accounts of local activities, protesters, scholars, journalists and others. Discussion to follow.
Contact Amy Schlag, amy.schlag@uc.edu

CEO Business Club: “Business & Diversity Lecture”
12:30-1:50 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 16, 100 Walters Hall, UC Blue Ash College
For more information contact the Multicultural Affairs office at (513) 745-5691

Poster for Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of Black Lives Matter

From a Moment to a Movement, LGBTQ Event
4 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 16, 417 ABC in Tangeman University Center
A workshop on organizing and activism with a national Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors. Discuss and learn strategies for growing and sustaining activism around the issues that make you passionate.
Attendance is capped at 50, so register now

UBSA Love on the Brain
5-6:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 16, African American Cultural Resource Center
As part of Black Love Week, join in the discussion about creating healthy relationships. Program is in collaboration with Student Government Mental Health Ambassadors.

Resistance is Essential, LGBTQ Event
6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 16, TUC Great Hall
A workshop and discussion on the continuing fight for black and queer lives with Patrisse Cullors, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter. This event is open to the public with a Q&A to follow.
Contact, Amy Schlag, amy.schlag@uc.edu or the Cincinnati Project   

The Third Annual Cincinnati Project Symposium, LGBTQ Event
8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 17, African American Cultural Resource Center
A day of workshops and discussions by UC faculty on current health, sex, race, gender and social issues in Cincinnati. Keynote address at 1 p.m. by Patricia Hill Collins, UC Charles Phelps Taft Emeritus professor of sociology within African American Studies, on “Take a Stand: Anti-Black Racism and Coalitional Politics.” Complete schedule of workshops and registration for event. 

UBSA Love Jones

7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 17, TUC Catskellar
As part of Black Love Week, the men of Kappa Alpha Psi created “Love Jones,” an open mic night for people to present their talents.

Louder Than A Bomb Cincy "Crossing the Streets," Charles Phelps Taft Research Center Event
4 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 18, Elementz Hip Hop Dance Center, 1100 Race St.
Join a city-wide workshop and open-mic performance featuring a local teaching dance artist and more than 40 teen performers at Elementz, 1100 Race St.
Semifinals will be held at 4 p.m., March 11, at DAAP 5401. Finals will be held at 5 p.m., April 8, SCPA Corbett Theater.
For more info, contact Jori Cotton, jcotton@elementz.org or Sean Keating, Taft@uc.edu

UC African American Alumni Affiliate Onyx & Ruby Gala
6-10 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 18, Sharonville Convention Center
The UC African American Alumni Affiliate (4A) will honor the achievements and contributions of UC African-American alumni, faculty and staff who have enhanced the collegiate experiences of students at the University of Cincinnati and/or contributed significantly to the community.
Event registration is required.  
Contact: (513) 556-0435

“Black Women’s History Week” UC Black Women on the Move Event
Feb. 19-25
All week long, the UC Black Women on the Move –– an affinity organization for black women UC staff –– will connect, cultivate and climb through a week of exciting programming. This year's theme is "The Miseducation of the Black Woman: Dispelling the Myths and Stereotypes and Dismantling the Narrative that Has Been Written," and everyday will be a celebration of a word and theme that gets us closer to tearing down those things told about us and to us as black women. We start by celebrating Faith and close with fortifying Sisterhood, and everyday promises to be powerful and purposeful. Combining Black History Month and Women’s History Month will acknowledge the rich history of black women achievers throughout society and offer a platform for black women faculty and staff to network with black women students and community members. The week is co-sponsored by the AACRC, Sisters Impacting Sisters, UC Women’s Center and the United Black Student Association.

Historical Black Church Tours, UC History Department Event

11 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 19, Calvary United Methodist Church (meet at McMicken at 10 a.m.)
Join Holly McGee, UC associate professor of history, and her students every Sunday in February 2017 for an historical black church tour of Cincinnati. Visit four different churches in the area and enjoy a month-long celebration of black history. All are welcome to any and all church visits. Whether you plan to drive or need a ride, meet in front of McMicken Hall each Sunday an hour before the service, dress for services, and bring $1 for the collection plate.
For more information, contact Holly McGee mcgeehy@ucmail.uc.edu

Let’s Go to Church, UC Black Women on the Move Event
2 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 19, Way Community Church, Pastor Geneva Miller, 946 Dana Ave.
Attend the church service with other UC women and enjoy punch and cookies after the service.

Women of Knowledge and Empowerment (WOKE), UC Women’s Center Event
4:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 20, African American Cultural Resource Center
Come join a discussion about whether feminism is for black women.
For more information contact Nneka Dennie at denniend@uc.edu
Five women stand together holding paintings on canvas
Sip and Paint, Sisters Impacting Sisters in 2016


Fourth Annual Sip and Paint, Sisters Impacting Sisters
5:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 20, African American Cultural Resource Center
Come enjoy “Mocktails” with African American women administrators, faculty, staff and students while engaging in creative painting activities.
Please RSVP to Tamar Kinebrew at kinebrte@ucmail.uc.edu by February 13 (space is limited)

"Gotcha Covered: Journalism Meets Black History," an AACRC collaborative event
Feb. 20-24, campus-wide
Join in on a week of journalism-focused events to celebrate Black History Month. UC's student chapters of the Association of Black Journalists (UCABJ) and the Society of Professional Journalists (UC-SPJ), along with the United Black Student Association (UBSA) and the African American Cultural Resource Center (AACRC), are collaborating to present a week of "Gotcha Covered: Journalism Meets Black History," events.

"Black Card Revoked," UC Association of Black Journalists and UC-SPJ event
5-6 p.m., Monday, Feb. 20, 619 Swift Hall
Take part in a fun and nostalgic game celebrating American black culture.
Contact, Alberto R. Jones at jones5ac@mail.uc.edu

Human Trafficking in Ghana, UC Black Women on the Move Event
Noon-1 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 21, African American Cultural Resource Center
Victoria Baah-Binney, UC graduate student in the Counselor Education and Supervision doctoral program, will present a diverse and enlightening lunch and learn dialogue about the unique experiences of Ghanaian women and children victims of human trafficking. Light refreshments will be served.
For more information contact Victoria Baah-Binney at baahbiva@mail.uc.edu

"Taking Back Our Image: Black Family in the Media," UC Association of Black Journalists event
5-6 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 21, 400A TUC
Join an open discussion on the portrayal of African-American families in the media.
Contact, Alberto R. Jones at jones5ac@mail.uc.edu

Call Me Kucho poster with two people wearing masks

Presentation of “Call Me Kuchu,” LGBTQ Event
6 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 21, LGBTQ Center, 565 Steger Student Life Center
Viewing of the documentary film about a government bill in Uganda that threatened to make homosexuality punishable by death. David Kato, Uganda’s first openly gay man, and Christopher Senyonjo, a retired Anglican bishop, work against the clock to defeat state-sanctioned homophobia while combating vicious persecution in their daily lives. No one is prepared for the brutal murder that shakes their movement to its core and sends shock waves around the world. Discussion afterward.
Contact, Amy Schlag, amy.schlag@uc.edu

UC Alumni Association presents, "The Power of You"
6-8 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 21, Nippert Stadium North Lounge
Learn to unlock your full potential while hearing riveting examples from UC Lindner Alumni panelists on how they achieved variances of success. Register online for the UC Business Fellows Alumni Speaker Series, "The Power of You."
For more information contact Lauren Jacquot at (513) 556-7023



Write Our Own Narrative, UC Black Women on the Move event
11 a.m.-2 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 22, TUC Atrium and UCBA Muntz Hall
Black Women on the Move is encouraging women to claim back and re-write their own narratives of who they are, where they come from and who they hope to be. All narratives will be placed into a commemorative album to be displayed.
For more information contact Ewaniki Moore-Hawkins at mooreek@ucmail.uc.edu

Bake Sale, UC Association of Black Journalists event
12-2 p.m., Wednesday, Feb 22, TUC Atrium
Come and enjoy home baked goodness. All proceeds will be donated to Withrow High School.
Contact, Alberto R. Jones at jones5ac@mail.uc.edu

The Essence of Womanhood, United Black Student Association Event
6-7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 22, African American Cultural Resource Center
Join the discussion and explore the true essence of womanhood as it relates to black women.

"Quilts: Pointing the Way," Faculty Club Speaker Series Event
11:30 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 23, 850 Lindner Athletic Center
Join the Faculty Club Speaker Series for lunch and a presentation by Melissa Berling, senior recruiter with UC Human Resources, on quilts and how they played a role in the Underground Railroad. View several quilts with subtle detailing patterns that were used to communicate "in plain view."
Buffet lunch is free for Faculty Club members; $7 for non-members.
Please make reservations by calling 556-4154 or email at manager@facclub.org  

Afro-Latinos documentary
12:30-1:50 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 23, 100 Walters Hall, UC Blue Ash College
View a 30-minute film on Afro-Latinos with a follow-up discussion led by Nick Castro of UC Hispanic/Latino Affairs.
For more information, contact (513) 745-5691

Local Cincinnati TV and Radio Media Panel, AACRC event
6-7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 23, African American Cultural Resource Center
Enjoy a UCABJ Black History Month media panel discussion, featuring:
  • Charisse Gibson, news anchor, Fox 19
  • Timikal Bobo, creative services coordinator, WLWT, co-host of "Issues," and editor-in-chief of CincySoul.com
  • Jeffonia Wynn, producer and on-air personality, Radio One
  • Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney, publisher, The Cincinnati Herald
  • Keyana Avery, founder and creative strategist, Agency Seven PR
Contact, Alberto R. Jones at jones5ac@mail.uc.edu

Contemporary Arts Center presents Napoleon Maddox’s “Twice the First Time”

7:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 23, Contemporary Arts Center
Enjoy a performance that explores the twoness of black America via the lives of conjoined twins born into slavery, Napoleon Maddox’s great-great aunts Millie-Christine McKoy.
A special discounted ticket price of $10 per person for those who RSVP with the organization by February 16. 
For more information contact Ewaniki Moore-Hawkins at mooreek@ucmail.uc.edu

"Covering Race and Community Issues," UC-Society of Professional Journalists event
11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Friday, Feb. 24, 130 McMicken
Enjoy a FREE pizza lunch with the pros panel discussion including:
  • Mark Curnutte, race and social justice reporter, The Cincinnati Enquirer
  • Angela Ingram, reporter, WKRC-Channel 12
  • Dan Yount, editor-in-chief, The Cincinnati Herald
Sponsored by the Greater Cincinnati Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists
Contact, Alberto R. Jones at jones5ac@mail.uc.edu

Inaugural Black Feminist Symposium, UC Women’s Center Event
9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 24, Tangeman University Center
Join the UC Women’s Center for “Creating Black Feminist Futures,” a day of #BlackGirlMagic, a black feminist symposium.
Registration is required by Friday, February 10.
For more information contact Nneka Dennie at denniend@uc.edu

Second Annual Brunch for African American Women Administrators, Faculty, Staff and Students
11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 25, African American Cultural Resource Center
Sisters Impacting Sisters (S.I.S.) presents a brunch (including a keynote address and opportunities for networking) and a Kuumba market (open from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.) in which UC faculty, staff and student women will showcase their arts and crafts. Kuumba is one of seven principles of Kwanza and it means Creativity, so we are calling on all our creative sisters in our midst to showoff their talents. Potential vendors should contact Geneva Miller geneva.miller@uc.edu by Feb. 10, as only the first 12 vendors will be accepted.
Please RSVP for the brunch by February 17 to Tamar Kinebrew at kinebrte@ucmail.uc.edu (space is limited).  

Historical Black Church Tours, UC History Department Event
11 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 26, Corinthian Baptist Church (meet at McMicken at 10 a.m.)
Join Holly McGee, UC associate professor of history, and her students every Sunday in February 2017 for an historical black church tour of Cincinnati. Visit four different churches in the area and enjoy a month-long celebration of black history. All are welcome to any and all church visits. Whether you plan to drive or need a ride, meet in front of McMicken Hall each Sunday an hour before the service, dress for services, and bring $1 for the collection plate.
For more information, contact Holly McGee mcgeehy@ucmail.uc.edu

UC Libraries Gift Presentation: “Marian and Donald Spencer Collection”
11:30 a.m., Monday, Feb. 27, TUC Great Hall, 4th Floor
Join Xuemao Wang, dean and university librarian, for a special celebration as the University of Cincinnati Libraries receives the archives of Cincinnati civic leaders and UC alumni Marian and Donald Spencer. Business attire requested.

Presentation of “Out in the Night,” LGBTQ Event

6 p.m., Monday, Feb. 27, 800 Swift Hall
The award-winning documentary presents a moving account of injustice, examining a case of four women sensationalized by the media as a “Gang of Killer Lesbians,” and reveals the role that race, gender identity and sexuality play in our criminal justice system. Discussion afterward.
For more info contact, Amy Schlag, amy.schlag@uc.edu

Bill Jennings, Black Panther Party "It's About Time," Charles Phelps Taft Research Center Event
11 a.m., Tuesday, Feb. 28, African American Cultural Resource Center
Join the Blank Panther Party Alumni and Legacy Committee as they speak on "Forerunners to the Black Lives Matter Movement: The Black Panther Party and the Role of its Newspaper."
For more info contact, Sean Keating, Taft@uc.edu
Kwynn Riley head portrait in black and white
Kwynn Riley



African-American Read-In, theme #PoeticJustice
Noon-2 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 28, 119 Lobby, Muntz Hall, UC Blue Ash College
During the month of February, schools, churches, libraries, bookstores, community and professional organizations and interested citizens are urged to make literacy a significant part of Black History Month. This year’s theme, Poetic Justice, features poet Kwynn Riley. Bring your reading selections that promote inclusion, equality, peace and justice. Event registration 
For more information, contact the Multicultural Affairs office at (513) 745-5691

~ This list will be updated as new events are added ~