Social Justice/Public Witness newsletter: week of 4/24/23

Thursday at 6:30

The Woman’s City Club’s April Public Forum will spotlight The Hillside Trust’s efforts to protect and preserve the seven hills we live on. Executive Director Eric Russo will discuss current initiatives and former City Council member Laure Quinlivan will feature clips from her new documentary: Living with Landslides. It will be held in the Geier Room of Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church, 103 William Howard Taft or you can Zoom in here

On Friday

The Coalition for Health Justice and Christ Church Cathedral welcomes Linda Villarosa, author of Under the Skin for a conversation on Race and Healthcare on Friday from 8:15am – 1pm. This event is sponsored by CCC Cincinnati and includes continental breakfast, a lecture by Linda Villarosa, small group discussion, a Q&A with Linda Villarosa, & lunch. This event is FREE, but registration is required. 

Final Friday features an exhibit including Cordelia Maynard and her cohorts’ work in Artists Reaching Classrooms from 6-9 in the Annex Gallery of Pendleton Arts Center! Let’s show some love for one of our young artists…


Don’t forget the In-Person Over the Rhine People’s Movement Walking Tour Saturday from 10 to noon. It will cover Cincinnati history, including Native American, colonial, and immigration history, and the influence of racism on housing. The event is organized by GAPP (Greater Anderson Promotes Peace). Register here


heartwarming story from Rural News Clips about how the community in a small rural town came together to rebuild the IGA owned by a minority family following the devastating flooding in KY last summer; Isom IGA: the grocery store that love rebuilt…

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