2:00 pm14:00

Cincinnati Art Museum

30 Americans Film Series: Cincinnati Goddamn

30 Americans showcases art by many of the most important African-American artists of the last three decades. This provocative exhibition focuses on issues of racial, gender, and historical identity in contemporary culture while exploring the powerful influence of artistic legacy and community across generations. The works are drawn primarily from the Rubell Family Collection.           

FREE film screening. Reservations not required
It costs $4 to park in our parking lot (Free or Art Museum members.)
Cincinnati Art Museum  we bring people and art together  @CincyArtMuseum
eden park | 953 eden park drive | cincinnati ohio | 45202
6:00 pm18:00

Viewing and Discussion

  • Cincinnati NOI Mosque #5

Cincinnati NOI Mosque #5

Hosted By the Justice or Else Local Organizing and Concerned Citizens for Justice .

Doors open at 5pm.

Contact Victoria Straughn 513-226-8170 or 513-693-3219

7:00 pm19:00

Heritage Universalist Unitarian Church

  • 2710 Newtown Road Cincinnati, OH, 45244 United States

7:00pm Film Screening

8:30pm Discussion led by Iris Roley

Co-sponsored by Heritage UU Church and GAPP (Greater Anderson Promotes Peace)

For more information: email

7:00 pm19:00

McMicken FreeSpace

  • 527 West McMicken Avenue Cincinnati, OH, 45214 United States

"Good White People" a short film by local filmmakers Jarrod Welling-Cann and Erick Stoll will play followed by "Cincinnati Goddamn"



May 7

St. John's UU Church

  • St. John's UU Church

6pm Early arrivals invited to bring a Pot Luck dish to share.

7pm Film Screening

8:30pm Discussion with Iris Roley, Cincinnati Black United Front featured in the film.

7:00 pm19:00

Violence as a Health Issue

We will be screening Cincinnati Goddamn and engaging in an important conversation about Trauma to Action. 

Drs. Kenneth and Anna Ghee, Facilitators

6:30 pm18:30

African American Hertiage Festival at The Ohio State University


Cincinnati Goddamn will screen at the African American Heritage Festival at The Ohio State University.  2016 marks 38 years for the Annual African American Heritage Festival! This coming festival will center around the word "Mshikamano," which is the Swahili word for Solidarity! The theme, Hand in hand, we stand, will be incorporated throughout the week of the festival! We invite all of The Ohio State University and community members to join us for our annual celebration. Please continue to look back at our schedule page for future updates to events as near the event. Continue to look back at our schedule page for future updates to events as near the event.

3:00 pm15:00

Queer Women of Color Film Festival                                                                                                         

Brava Theater, 2789 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94118