Lima in Black and White: Videos on how life is different for black people in Lima


As part of its series, Lima in Black and White, The Lima News asked residents how life is different for a black person in Lima than for a white person. Here are their answers.

Wayne Bradley, I CAN Celebration Ministries

Chris Collier, 30-year-old Nickles Bakery plant employee

Frank Cage, of Cage Designs

Jamie Dixon, 27-year-old service coordinator for National Church Residences

The Rev. Ronald Fails, president of Lima chapter of the NAACP

Shaquanna Hoyle, Lima woman

Chris Jackson, Lima Fire Department

Lydell Jackson, Lima man

Eugene Jackson, retired Ford employee

Derek Richardson, account manager at Spherion

Bryan Risner, previous cell phone company employee

Charity Upshaw, 36-year-old Lima entrepreneur

Marquise Valentine, 22-year-old aspiring professional boxer

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