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Race, Freedom and Equality of Opportunity:  After Obama: Race & Politics in Cincinnati 

September 9, 2009 

CET Studios 
1223 Central Pkwy.
Cincinnati, OH 45214

 

Cincinnati – Former Congressman and UN Ambassador Andrew Young joined a distinguished panel of community leaders on Wednesday, September 9 at CET Studios for a discussion titled After Obama: Race and Politics in Cincinnati

Panelists Included:

Ambassador Andrew Young, activist, former Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations

  • Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney, publisher, Cincinnati Herald
  • Judge Nathaniel Jones, Lawyer, academic, and judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
  • Father Michael Graham, President of Cincinnati’s Xavier University
  • Maria G. Molina, Proctor and Gamble’s Latin American Development Director and Americas Consumer Relations Manager
  • Clyde Gray, News Anchor from WCPO-TV, moderated

The event was broadcast live on CET and streamed live online at CETConnect.org.  Audience and viewer questions were submitted online and via the ALBC Twitter page. Watch the video: part 1, part 2, part 3.

The town hall also featured two watch parties at the New Tower Place Mall and at the Ohio Historical Center in Columbus where Cincinnatians were invited to attend and join in the discussion by sharing their ideas for continuing the conversation forward.  Appetizers and drinks were served courtesy of Funky's Catering.  

After Obama:  Race and Politics in Cincinnati was just one of the eleven town halls throughout the country exploring issues of race, equality, social justice and history.  Inspired by Abraham Lincoln’s efforts to build an equal opportunity society, the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission’s Lincoln Legacy Town Hall Meeting series seeks to build mutual understanding about differing perspectives on race and ethnicity and provide an opportunity to re-examine what it means to be American in the 21st century.

 

The ALBC Town Hall Series is made possible with support from the Fetzer Institute.

 

 

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