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A man is arrested on the corner of 13th and Republic this evening just after the 8p.m. city wide curfew April 12.
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April 12, 2001
A smaller than normal crowd of worshipers came to Mount Adams on this Good Friday due to the week's rioting and the resulting curfew. However observing the tradition there were still many who did climb the steps to the Holy Cross Immaculata Church, stopping to pray on each step.
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April 13, 2001
Judge Leslie Isaiah Gaines hugs Caroline Robinson as Judge Gaines walked down Green Street in Over the Rhine, Friday April 13 ,2001. Judge Gaines had been on foot in the Over the Rhine area greeting and talking with residents.
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April 13, 2001
Cincinnati SWAT members arrest a man just after the 8p.m. curfew outside the Drop Inn Center after they refused entry for the man at the center.
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April 13, 2001
Family members embrace at the funeral of Timothy Thomas at New Prospect Baptist Church on Elm Street in Over-the-Rhine Saturday afternoon.
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April 14, 2001
Angela Leisure is escorted from the funeral of her son, Timothy Thomas, at New Prospect Baptist Church on Elm Street in Over-the-Rhine.
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April 14, 2001
Mourners file out of the New Prospect Baptist Church during the funeral services for Timothy Thomas.
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April 14, 2001
Minister Roxanne Baker of Golf Manor (left) and Sydney Stricker of Northside pray for peace in Washington Street Park during during a peacefull march on Saturday April 14, 2001 after the funeral of Timothy Thomas.
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April 14, 2001
Protestors take to the streets en masse along Elm Street under the flag of Africa April 14, 2001.
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April 14, 2001
Yvonne Steele of Silverton sheds a tear as she prays for 17-year-old Michael Crutchfield of Over-the-Rhine. She told him to use his head, fight the peer preasure and find the lord. He also shed a tear while they prayed on Republic and 13th St. during a peaceful march.
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April 14, 2001
Kweisi Mfume, national NAACP president, marches with a peaceful group of protesters Saturday, April 14, on Clark Street in the West End after the funeral of Timothy Thomas.
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April 14, 2001
Members of the New Black Panther Party march west down Liberty this afternoon after the funeral of Timothy Thomas at the New Prospect Baptist Church April 14, 2001.
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April 14, 2001
Police stand ready as a large gathering had a standoff after the conclusion of Timothy Thomas' funeral Saturday, April 14 on Central Parkway near District 1 headquarters. After a tense hour, the protesters joined a peaceful group of protesters at Taft High School without incident.
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April 14, 2001
Mary Chenault, center in hat, prays fervently along with other marchers on Race Street near Washington Park while marching to the site where Timothy Thomas was shot.
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April 14, 2001
Jahcole Lowry, 7, is comforted moments after she and four people were hit by bean bag gunfire fired by police on a peaceful crowd Saturday, April 14 at the corner of Liberty and Elm Streets.
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April 14, 2001
Cincinnati city councilman Jim Tarbell comforts bystanders moments after four people were hit by bean bag gunfire fired by police on a peaceful crowd Saturday, April 14 at the corner of Liberty and Elm Streets.
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April 14, 2001
Cincinnati police chief Thomas Streicher speaks with Abdul Rashid Ali, with N'COBRA (National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America) to try and end a standoff after the conclusion of Timothy Thomas' funeral Saturday, April 14 on Central Parkway near District 1 headquarters. After a tense hour, the protesters joined a peaceful group of protesters at Taft High School without incident.
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April 14, 2001
Cincinnati Police Chief Thomas Streicher stands in the middle of a crowd of marchers and asks and answers questions following an hours long protest march thru the streets of OTR Saturday, April 14, 2001.
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April 14, 2001
Orlando Harper and Terry Thomas, 17,  father and brother of Timothy Thomas, pray for him in the alley where he was killed. The family was joined by friends and members of The New Black Panther Party.
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April 15, 2001
Jamaine Lunsford, 5 of Mt. Airy sits and waits for Reverend Al Sharpton, on Easter morning at the New Friendship Baptist Church in Avondale.
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April 15, 2001
Judge Leslie Isaiah Gaines reacts to Reverend Al Sharpton sermon at the New Friendship Baptist Church in Avondale. Sharpton was in town to pray for peace.
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April 15, 2001
A 26-year-old male from Walnut Hills showed up at Reverend Al Sharpton's sermon at the New Friendship Baptist Church in Avondale, Sunday April 15, 2001 and made comments afterwards about the Reverend and the rest of the so-called leaders of the community and how he does not agree with them.
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April 15, 2001

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