Maureen A. Kennedy, one of the Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati's founding members, talks about their upcoming programs and exhibits that are open to the public.
Culture & Society
Culture & Society Video Library
Barbara Kellar talks with Betty Evans, winner of the Dr. Lauranne Sams Scholarship from the National Black Nurses Association, Inc.
Leading African American Cincinnatians discuss the struggle for equality in our community in the last half of the 20th century.
Barbara Kellar talks with Bob Mecum, President and CEO of Lighthouse Youth Service, and Tamika Spence from Lighthouse to learn more about their organization.
Barbara Kellar talks with Norma Petersen about the non-profit organization, the Society for the Preservation of Music Hall.
Barbara Kellar talks with Oliver Waddell, a prominent Cincinnatian, about his life, his career and his family.
Barbara Kellar talks with Kathy List, President and CEO of the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Organization of Greater Cincinnati, & Antonio, a participant in the Cincinnati Chapter.
Barbara Kellar talks with Kevin Canafax about his career at Fidelity Investments and the company's goal of philanthropy in the community.
Barbara Kellar talks with Jack Rouse, President of Jack Rouse Associates, about the Banks project and his career.
Barbara Kellar talks with one of our most accomplished Cincinnatians, Bill Keating, about his exciting career, his life experiences and his family.
Angela Corley, who works at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, tells CET about her aunt Wilhelmina Jakes Street, who sparked the the Civil Rights movement in Tallahassee, Florida, 50 years ago.