Sunday, September 02, 2001
One Drop of Blood: The American Misadventure of Race. Author Scott Malcomson speaks at Miami University's Center for American and World Cultures in Oxford about how Americans pioneered the notion of race, giving it moral and social importance. Begins at 4 p.m. at Hall Auditorium. Free. Information: 529-8309.
Cincinnati CAN seeks to train volunteers, 5-10 p.m. (dinner is provided). Information: 579-7888.
Common Ground: Working for Change airs on WCET-TV (Channel 48) from 8-9:30 p.m. and on WCPO-TV (Channel 9) from 8-9 p.m. It's the first in a series of TV programs addressing race issues, sponsored by the Cincinnati Media Collaborative.
Freedom Fridays: Education: Still a Gateway to Freedom? Noon at the Visitor Center, 38 Fountain Square Plaza, downtown; 7 p.m. at Union Baptist Church, downtown. Information: 412-6900.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY:
Festival Hispano 2001: Kickoff of National Hispanic Heritage Month, featuring food, dance, crafts, and entertainment from a variety of countries. Noon to 10 p.m. Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, St. Charles Borromeo Church grounds in Carthage. Parking at Hamilton County Fairgrounds. Information: 761-1588.
Races See Two Cincinnatis
Newport stealing Hofbrauhaus
Riverfest still evolving at 25-year mark
Spectators guide to Riverfest
The sky's the limit for Rozzis
Other holiday festivities in Tristate
PULFER: Is summer really over already?
Clock ticks for killer
Friendship subdues race, state line
Video store thefts stump cops
Burn victim's family honors all who helped
Craving for hot dogs lands man in the cooler
CROWLEY: If voters are there, so is Henry
Missing Florence kids found in Over-the-Rhine
Vaccine may halt West Nile virus in Ky.
Court reverses low-income housing ruling
Woman's request for clemency rejected