Eight Cincinnati community leaders on living an active, purpose-driven life: Carole and Ed Rigaud on success and happiness for all; for Kitty and Dick Rosenthal stagnation is not an option; Susan and John Tew on good health of mind and body; Barbara and Larry Kellar on the value of hard work.
Tag: Ohio Innocence Project
Cincinnati Opera releases premiere recording of ‘Blind Injustice’
The live audio recording of the world premiere production of “Blind Injustice” has been released by Cincinnati Opera.
Mark Godsey and the precious resource of time
“Blind Injustice” author takes on our “medieval” criminal justice system Time haunts Mark Godsey. The University of Cincinnati law professor and director of the Ohio Innocence Project never has enough of it. With a family that includes wife Michele and…
Philanthropist of the Year: Richard Rosenthal
Richard Rosenthal has spent decades turning his daydreams into philanthropic undertakings that have enriched lives, fed the hungry and provided opportunities – educational, artistic, occupational – for hundreds of thousands of Greater Cincinnatians.
Rosenthal’s $15M Gift is largest for any innocence program
A $15 million gift from Richard “Dick” Rosenthal to the University of Cincinnati College of Law could help free countless wrongfully convicted individuals.