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New exhibit exploring Black liberation opens Feb. 25 at Kennedy Heights Arts Center

Will Jones
Courtesy of Kennedy Arts Center
More than Friends, Natasha Quitano in Voices of Freedom 2020.

For the third year, Juneteenth Cincinnati and Kennedy Heights Arts Center are teaming up to present Voices of Freedom, a visual and performing arts series celebrating Black history from a contemporary perspective.

On Cincinnati Edition, we examine the multi-disciplinary exhibition, When Liberation Comes, featuring new works from local artists, and how the exhibition continues community exploration around the themes of Juneteenth.


  • Ellen Muse, Kennedy Heights Arts Center executive director
  • Lydia Morgan, founder of Juneteenth Cincinnati
  • Jeni Jenkins-Moore, artist and curator
  • Adoria L. Maxberry, artist

Listen to Cincinnati Edition live at noon M-F. Audio for this segment will be uploaded after 4 p.m. ET.

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