Community Guidebook

Community Resources

We have curated a catalog of community resources available in Greater Cincinnati — similar to the historical “Negro Motorist Green Book.” This catalog consists of area businesses and organizations that provide services and products within our community. Use these resources with confidence that you’ll be met with a collaborative, judgment-free and inclusive experience. Click on the image of the “Negro Motorist Green Book” to learn more about the guide that provided Black Americans advice on safe places to eat and sleep when they traveled through the Jim Crow-era United States for close to 30 years. The Green Book was first published in 1936 by Harlem-based postal carrier Victor Hugo Green.

Negro Motorist Green Book
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Becoming a Community Guide Participant

Click here to view our community resource criteria
Does your business or organization take pride in being a safe, welcome space for Black women in our community across all age groups, education and income levels? Are you committed to engaging and empowering Black women to live healthier lives — body and mind? If so, we would love to hear from you. Please apply below to be considered for inclusion in the BWHM Community Guidebook.
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