CINCINNATI - Ten Years Later: A Changed City? is a special project intended to engage the local community in answering the question of where we are as a city, as a community, and as individuals 10 years after the unrest in April of 2001 as it relates to public safety, education, economic development, health, and jobs for all people.
Watch the attached video to see our exclusive documentary " Ten Years Later: A Changed City?"
Rebroadcast & streaming
If you'd like to see this program again, we're airing an encore presentation of "Ten Years Later: A Changed City?" on Saturday, April 16, from 2 to 3 p.m. here on Channel 9.
Plus, you can view this entire documentary on WCPO.com after the program airs.
Also on WCPO.com, you'll find a complete archive of our 30 stories in 30 days series.
"Ten Years Later: A Changed City?" will also be available to you as part of a special 2-disc DVD collection. This documentary, with extended versions of many of the interviews, along with other speakers used to create this program, are included.
You'll also receive "30 stories in 30 days", the unprecedented series from 9news featuring in-depth stories about the progress and challenges to bring positive change to our community. Plus, you'll find behind the scenes details, with links and resources used by the producers.
This special two disc set can be purchased by visiting Bridges for a Just Community's website at www.bridgescincinnati.org or by calling (513) 381-4660. You'll pay $12.95 including shipping and handling with all proceeds benefiting Bridges for a Just Community.
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