10 Years Later: A Changed City? is a special project intended to engage the local community to answer 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. We intend to continue to pose such questions and find the answers through community participation and research.
Available on this page is the full documentary that the project culminated in and the 30+ stories that 9 News covered in the month leading up the anniversary of the unrest that covered numerous topics relating to the how far the city has come 10 Years Later. Also available are stories from the past following the unrest in April 2001 as it unfolded.
Click play below to watch the entire one-hour documentary.
Cincinnati minister and civil rights leader Damon Lynch says he sees no sign of community anger over the weekend police shooting of a black teen.
Artist Dan Moore is creating a comic book of the riots of 2001.
There were new calls Friday to restore full funding for a proven anti-violence program in the City of Cincinnati.
Cincinnati's 28th homicide of 2011 prompted calls Wednesday to return to full funding for CIRV (Cincinnati Initiative to Reduce Violence).
Ten years after the riots 9 News reflects on the changes in Cincinnati since the civil unrest of April 7, 2001.
INSIDE| Watch our exclusive "Ten Years Later: A Changed City?" documentary.
Following the airing of “Ten Years Later: A Changed City?” WCPO reporter Jessica Noll blogged with viewers who shared their views and thoughts.
9 News explored 30 stories in 30 days and then some to answer the question have we changed as a city since the unrest in April 2001? Take a look back at each piece of Cincinnati's Ten Years Later story.
As we wrap up our series of 30 stories in 30 days about how far Cincinnati has come in the 10 years since the unrest, we look at one piece of unfinished business.
9 News felt that 10 years removed from such a dark moment in our past, it is our responsibility to step back and reflect on where we are as a city. We intend to listen to what the community as a whole is saying, engage in more conversations and inspire action to help shape the best future for Cincinnati.
Find out how you can mentor, volunteer or donate to the programs we will feature in our Ten Years Later series.
Watch each piece of the Ten Years Later project, emulating how Cincinnati has changed since the unrest in April 2001.
Take a look into the making of the WCPO documentary "Ten Years Later: A Changed City?" (Photos by Jessica Noll/WCPO)
From the Past