What should I be doing instead of this?
Home · Articles · By Nichelle M. Bolden
Nichelle M. Bolden
Top Articles from Nichelle M. Bolden
No articles in this section

Books: Crossing Over

Local author Sharon M. Draper examines the brutal effects of slavery in her latest book, Copper Sun

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 29, 2006
Embarking on her first national book tour for the critically acclaimed release Copper Sun, former-award-winning-teacher-turned-award-winning-author Sharon M. Draper discusses the variety of stunne  

Cover Story: The 'New' Coroner's Office

Six months in, O'dell Owens is making change

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 6, 2005
Pensively sitting in a nondescript county office building on a recently redeveloped corner in Corryville, Charlene Walker -- mother of Kenneth Lackey, Cincinnati homicide victim No. 51 in 2004 --  

Cover Story: If the Shoe Doesn't Fit...

(Saving Jerome Campbell's life)

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 10, 2004
If you're lucky enough, once in a lifetime you get to play the hero, sweep in and rescue the distressed damsel whose foot fits the glass slipper, and live happily ever after. Playing the relucta  

News: Dead to Rites

Hamilton County Coroner's race focuses on treatment of the deceased

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 22, 2004
Problems in the Hamilton County Coroner's office are nothing less than shocking, according to an expert witness in a lawsuit in federal court. Dr. Cyril Wecht, the coroner in Allegheny County, P  

Cover Story: Tell It Like It T-I-S

Center leaders say it won't shy away from controversy

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 18, 2004
Complexities of race, class, presentation and accuracy not only describe Cincinnati's new icon, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, but the skepticism about it as well. Local and n  

Cover Story: Inclusion from the Ground Up

Developing the Freedom Center under a big tent

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 18, 2004
Since its inception, the mission of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center has been to highlight the city's history of interracial cooperation and foster these kinds of relationships in  

Cover Story: Shut Yer Hole

Goin' off on The Rag

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 5, 2004
Articulating and applying feminist theory to real-life situations in a slightly crazy but very cool and sexy sort of way isn't for the faint of heart or mind. The founders of The Rag, a year-old   

News: After 41 Shots

Amadou Diallo's mother speaks out against police brutality

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 17, 2004
Kadiatou Diallo's son is famous in a way no mother would want. In 1999 the unarmed West African man was gunned down in a barrage of gunfire by four New York City police officers. The story of th  

News: Gray Eminence

Rosa Parks' lawyer keeps fighting for civil rights

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 18, 2004
Despite an early morning fire that raged through his Tuskegee, Ala. office three days earlier, Fred Gray Sr., renowned civil rights attorney, addressed an audience of 250 at the YWCA Heart-to-Hea  

News: Civil Rights Legend Speaks

Rosa Parks' attorney addresses YWCA breakfast

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 11, 2004
Upon graduation from law school in 1954, Fred Gray Sr., the renowned civil rights attorney for Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks and many other leaders of the Civil Rights Era, returned to Mont