Cincinnati’s Cultural Centre of India

The Cultural Centre of India located at 9462 Hopewell Road is a culture center and Indian dance studio offering a vast array of Indian music, film and book resources, as well as workshops and presentations on all things Indian.  Indian dance classes are offered for all age groups, and their dance troupe will come to your school or organization to perform and educate about Indian culture.  Indians in the Cincinnati community will find a place to celebrate their culture, and contribute to diversity awareness in Cincinnati.  For more information, see their website at http://www.culturalcentreofindia.com/ or visit them on Facebook at Facebook

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University of Cincinnati African Students’ Association (UCASA)

UCASA has adopted the following objectives: fostering unity, friendship and awareness of the multi-cultural aspects of people of African descent and to foster interaction between African students and members of other cultures and races at UC.  They also help to provide academic support to improve the academic success of all members of UCASA.  Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome.  To join the UCASA Facebook group see: UCASA

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Club Hispano at the University of Cincinnati

UC’s Club Hispano is a campus organization that unites students who are coming from or are interested in learning about Hispanic cultures, speaking Spanish, and finding a community of others like them.  All are welcome.  If you come from a Spanish speaking country, come and help other students from around the world learn about your culture and language.  The club meets about 1 hour each week to discuss movies, music, literature, geography, history and food.  For information see: Club Hispano

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Cariba Caribbean Student Association at the University of Cincinnati

Cariba provides a cultural support network for Caribbean students at the University of Cincinnati, along with contributing to cultural awareness and multiculturalism on campus.  For information, contact elliotk2@mail.uc.edu.  Find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/uccariba/

European American Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Group

Cincinnati’s European American Chamber of Commerce (EACC) oversees the EACC Young Professionals Group.  This group is open to international and US young professionals (ages 21-35) who are interested in European businesses and culture.  The group meets regularly and participates in social and professional development events.  For more information and to join, see this site: EACC Young Professionals

Bi-Okoto African Culture Institute

This Cincinnati non-profit performing arts institute and cultural center devotes itself to keeping the African culture of dance, music and theater alive in our community.  They host an annual African Heritage Festival and offer diverse classes in West African dancing, drumming, cooking and Yoruba language.  Their dance troupe performs often at venues all over the world and they perform diverse plays relating to African and African-American culture.  African summer camp experiences for children are also hosted by Bi-Okoto.  Learn more: Bi-Okoto

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The Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati

The Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati (ICGC) is an important center of Islamic culture, learning and faith in our region.  Established in 1995, it is much more than a place to worship.  Much work is being done to strengthen inter-cultural dialog and understanding in our area.  It is also a place for the Muslim community to gather for friendship, prayer and support.  Learn more!  Islamic Center

Italy in Cincinnati

Cincinnati’s Italian heritage is still alive and kicking!  Italian immigrants came to our city in the 1800s and their influence is still felt in our restaurants, markets and festivals.  For a list of Italian flavored events and organizations in Cincinnati, go here: Italy in Cincy

Germany in Cincinnati

Germans first came to Cincinnati in the 1800s in great numbers.  Their culture is stamped all over our city!  Today, we are one of the 3 most German cities in the USA, along with St. Louis and Milwaukee.  Over 20% of Cincinnati residents have German heritage! You’ll find many German flavored festivals, restaurants, businesses, churches, schools and much more!  For a comprehensive list, see: Germany in Cincy

France in Cincinnati

Did you know there are 50 French companies in the Cincinnati area and our city exports over $1.5 billion to France each year?  French visitors are always welcome to our Queen City and there is a host of organizations, restaurants, educational programs, markets and festivals which cater to our French population.  For information, see this link: France in Cincy