A Historical Perspective of Race in Cincinnati

A Historical Perspective of Race in Cincinnati
Posted on 12/22/2017
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Tuesday, January 16, 2018 – 6-7:30 pm
IHHS MP Room



Please join us for a fascinating look at how Cincinnati has evolved from immigrant workers settling “Over the Rhine” to the diverse city we are today. 

Dan Hurley, “Cincinnati’s Historian,” has been Interim President of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Inc. since March 31, 2017. Mr. Hurley has worked at WKRC since 1981 and was director of Leadership Cincinnati from 2008 through June 2016. He served as Assistant Vice President for history and research at the Cincinnati Museum Center from 2004 to 2008. He founded Applied History Associates, a public history consulting firm that produces video, curates exhibits and provides cultural planning services for organizations. In 1994, he was the original project manager for the center. Mr. Hurley serves as the longtime head of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s Leadership Cincinnati Program and WKRC Journalist. He has a master’s of arts from the College of William & Mary.