Dayton HRC

HRC News Clips April 9 – 19, 2016

Civil Rights/Fair Housing

April is Fair Housing Month. Sentinel Tribune. April 18, 2016. Read more here.

Kasich discrimination comments draw fire. Cincinnati Enquirer. April 18, 2016. Read more here.

Clark County fighting minority health disparities. Springfield News-Sun. April 16, 2016. Read more here.

Community surveyed for interest in West Dayton grocery co-op. Dayton Business Journal. April 15, 2016. Read more here.

 

Business and Technical Assistance

Ohio wants to tweak minority contract rules to give more construction jobs to black, Hispanic, Asian-Pacific Ohioans. Cleveland.com April 15, 2016. Read more here.

New Women’s Business Center to celebrate Cleveland launch. The Plain Dealer. April 18, 2016. Read more here.

City of Cleveland withholds $3.1 million from Opportunity Corridor until state meets hiring goals. The Plain Dealer. April 5, 2016. Read more here.

Report: Ohio adds 10,300 construction jobs. Dayton Business Journal. April 18, 2016. Read more here.

House thinks bigger community banks will help more small businesses get loans. Dayton Business Journal. April 15, 2016. Read more here.

 

Community Police Relations

Attorney: ‘Fair and thorough’ Crawford shooting investigation trumps being fast. Dayton Daily News. April 12, 2016. Read more here.

Domestic Violence Suspect Shot by Dayton Police. WYSO. April 17, 2016. Read more here.

Update expected today in officer-involved shooting of Dayton woman. Dayton Daily News. April 19, 2016. Read more here.

Social media campaign promotes police-community relations. Columbus Dispatch. April 18, 2016. Read more here.

911 caller won’t be charged in Ohio Wal-Mart police shooting. Dayton Daily News. April 18, 2016. Read more here.

 

Welcome Dayton

Welcome Dayton program under fire again. Dayton Daily News. March 22, 2016. Read more here.

Ohio’s misguided intervention in anti-immigrant court case just hurts other Ohioans. Cleveland.com. April 15, 2016. Read more here.

 

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