Dayton HRC

HRC News Clips August 23 -29, 2014

Civil Rights/Fair Housing

Stark County landlords settle racial discrimination lawsuit. Canton Repository. August 25, 2014. Read More Here.

Ohio landlords to pay $850,000 in housing discrimination case. WHTC. August 25, 2014. Read more Here.

Dayton officer can’t be sued for discrimination. 10TV. August 28, 2014. Read more Here.

Business and Technical Assistance

Small business owners get hefty state tax refunds. Dayton Daily News. August 27, 2014. Read more Here.

Ohio seeks more minority businesses for contracts. Dayton Business Journal. August 25, 2014. Read More Here.

Ohio spending record $165.6M with minority firms. Cincinnati.com. August 25,2014. Read more Here.

Women small business owners struggle to get loans. 10TV. August 20, 2014. Read more Here.

Community Police Relations

Woman claims sergeants used excessive force. WDTN. August 28, 2014.Read more Here.

Al Sharpton to appear in area in September for Walmart shooting. Dayton Daily News. August 28, 2014. Read more Here.

DeWine, family’s attorney respond to Walmart shooting. Dayton Daily News. August 26, 2014. Read more Here.

Attorney asks for civil rights probe. Dayton Daily News. August 25, 2014. Read more Here.

Attorney general meets with local black pastors. Dayton Daily News. August 25, 2014. Read more Here.

Welcome Dayton

Felony charges dropped in ethnic intimidation case. WHIO. August 27, 2014. Read more Here.

2 arrested in ethnic intimidation case. Dayton Daily News. August 26, 2014. Read more Here.

Police reach out to Canton’s Latinos. Canton Repository. August 24, 2014. Read more Here.

Coleman has put out welcome mat for immigrants in Columbus. Columbus Dispatch. August 25, 2014. Read more Here.

 

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