"You can't stay in the past and expect to move forward in the future.”
That’s how a lifelong member of Revelation Missionary Baptist Church described the church’s decision to use gentrification to fuel a move from the West End to Mouth Healthy. WCPO gentrification reporter Monique John joins the Hear Cincinnati podcast to tell the full story.
First, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Goth, and senior real-time editor Pat LaFleur to discuss equality in Cincinnati, facts on the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine, another indicted Cincinnati council member, King's Islands new campground and more.
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- 20 years since the civil unrest, how close is Cincinnati to achieving equity? This mom says not very
- How Cincinnati CAN became Cincinnati DID 20 years after unrest
- 'Is it safe?': Hamilton Co. health experts weigh in on Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine
- With J&J vaccine paused, health officials work to combat vaccine reluctancy
- City Councilman Wendell Young indicted on tampering with evidence in 2018 texting scandal
- Pandemic means CCM class of 2021 grads perform 'biggest audition' of their lives virtually
- Miami University right-hander expected to be first-round pick in July’s MLB draft
- 'Hillbilly Elegy' author J.D. Vance quits firm after tweets
- Kings Island's new campground is 'glamping at its finest'
- Wes Miller named UC's next men's basketball head coach
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