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January Program

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The Black Brigade of Cincinnati

David Moore, who leads tours at the James A. Ramage Civil War Museum in Fort Wright, Kentucky, has diligently researched the story of the African American volunteers who built defenses that deterred Confederate occupation of Covington and Cincinnati in September 1862. He will share his knowledge and insights with us.


Monday, January 27, at 7:00 pm

Doors open at 6:45 pm


First Unitarian Church*

536 Linton Street

Cincinnati OH 45219 

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March 23

Marian Spencer Statue in Smale Park

7pm - 9pm

First Unitarian Church

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March 23

Marian Spencer Statue in Smale Park

Alice Schneider of the Cincinnati Woman's Club will speak about the first Cincinnati statue paying tribute to a woman, Marian Spencer, to be situated in Smale Riverfront Park.

7pm - 9pm

First Unitarian Church

April 27

Proportional Representation

7pm - 9pm

First Unitarian Church

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April 27

Proportional Representation

Dan Zavon will speak on proportional representation —  electoral systems in which divisions in an electorate are reflected proportionately in the elected body.

7pm - 9pm

First Unitarian Church

June 22

The Age of Planet Earth

7pm - 9pm

First Unitarian Church

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June 22

The Age of Planet Earth

Jeannine Kreinbrink, senior archaeologist at Natural & Ethical Environmental Solutions in West Chester, will discuss the age of planet Earth and how that measurement is determined. 

7pm - 9pm

First Unitarian Church

October 26

Women's Suffrage

7pm - 9pm

First Unitarian Church

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October 26

Women's Suffrage

Desirée Willis will describe how the 1920 American electorate was persuaded to allow women to vote nationwide.

7pm - 9pm

First Unitarian Church

November 23

Atheists and Believers at Family Gatherings

7pm - 9pm

First Unitarian Church

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November 23

Atheists and Believers at Family Gatherings

Bart Campolo is an American humanist speaker and writer. He was a pastor before transitioning from Christianity to secular humanism and has co-authored several books, including his most recent, Why I Left, Why I Stayed.

7pm - 9pm

First Unitarian Church

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Caravan

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Caravan

Caravan is a group of humanists building loving relationships, making things better for others, and cultivating wonder and gratitude along the way. We don’t have all the answers, but we know this life is a brief and improbable privilege, and we’re convinced loving-kindness is our best strategy for making the most of it. If that sounds good to you, we just might be your tribe.  Learn more.


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Community of Reason

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Community of Reason

The Community of Reason (COR) was formed in January 2019 to partner with like-minded groups and to provide a network of support and opportunities to the non-religious in the area, including atheists, agnostics, humanists and skeptics. Learn more.


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Tri-State Freethinkers

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Tri-State Freethinkers

A social, academic, and activist group for those in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. Learn more 


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