What Lincoln Heights' history reveals about America's 'watershed moment'
This week on the Hear Cincinnati podcast, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Goth to discuss the Cincinnati Juneteenth Festival going virtual for 2020, a petition for University of Cincinnati to remove Marge Schott's name from a stadium, the 'Black Lives Matter' mural downtown and more.
Later, at 23:20 , Brian is joined by WCPO reporter Monique John to explain what Lincoln Heights' history of economic exclusion and police corruption reveals about what she described as America's "watershed moment in reckoning with police violence."
- Cincinnati Juneteenth Festival goes virtual for 2020 with hopes of drawing more interest than ever
- Living in the shadows
- University of Cincinnati 'actively examining' petition to remove Marge Schott's name from stadium
- Schott Stadium an opportunity to decide: 'What do we allow?'
- St. Ursula Academy removing Marge Schott's name from stadium, campus building
- Cincinnati artists will paint street-spanning 'Black Lives Matter' mural in two days
- BLM mural, Juneteenth flag over City Hall mark 'day of determination' for Black Cincinnatians
- Cincinnati's Black Lives Matter mural is a family project for husband-wife team of artists
- Lincoln Heights leaders say current unrest is black America reaching its boiling point
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