The Economic Revitalization of the over-the-rhine community: a balanced Perspective

Location: Online
Mon, October 19, 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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The historic Over-the-Rhine (OTR) neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio, experienced an urban economic revitalization after the city exploded in protests and civil unrest in 2001, after the shooting of a 19-year old unarmed African-American, Timothy Thomas, by a Cincinnati police officer.  What did it take to make OTR’s economic revitalization successful?  This webinar will address this question with a balanced perspective of key players in OTR’s revitalization.  These players include: Darrin M. Redus, Sr., Vice President/Executive Director Minority Business Accelerator with the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber; Amber David, Economic Development Manager with Kroger; Mary Burke Rivers, Executive Director of OTR Community Housing; and Joe Rudemiller, Vice President of Marketing and Communications, of Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC).

This event will be moderated by Rodney Crim, the CEO & Presidenet of the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership. 

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