Ambassador Battle Reviews: The Queen of Katwe

The Queen of Katwe is an excellent movie for multiple reasons; I will mention five of the key reasons everyone should see this movie. The first reason is that The Queen of Katwe demonstrates the very clear connection between learning chess and the development of long-term strategic planning and reasoning skills. One of my favorite lines in the movie is when Gloria says that the power of chess is that “the small one can become the big one”. This is a lesson about how life is not determined by one’s size or status but by what ones does with their size and status.

Books to Life

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center has announced the launch of its new literacy initiative, Books to Life!  The interactive program is designed to assist educators with increasing student achievement.

Introducing Demetrius Williams, Marketing Intern

Hello everyone! My name is Demetrius Williams and I am the new Marketing & Communications Intern for the Fall of 2016. I was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio where I attended Hughes Center High School. Now, I am a student at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College pursuing my Associates Degree in Audio/Video Production. Once accomplished, I would like to attend Northern Kentucky University and obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in Media Communications.

The Rosa Parks Experience

NOW OPEN

The new virtual experience commemorating Civil Rights icon Rosa Parks’ historic demonstration, just four days before the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955—The Rosa Parks Experience. This immersive new virtual reality experience, designed by Möbius Virtual Foundry, was created to teach a new generation about the Civil Rights Movement from the first person perspective.

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Open During Streetcar Weekend, Sunday, Sept. 11

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center will be open to the public this Sunday, September 11 during the opening weekend of the Cincinnati Bell Connector (aka the Cincinnati Streetcar), offering the public more opportunities to visit throughout the weekend-long schedule of festivities at The Banks and around the city. The museum’s regular hours are Tuesday through Saturday, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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