Dayton HRC

HRC News Clips August 9-15, 2014

Civil Rights/Fair Housing

Discrimination cases in Ohio have evolved since Civil Rights Act was passed. Columbus Dispatch. August 15, 2014. Read the article here.

Seitz ‘fair housing’ bill would erode Ohio’s 50-year consensus that housing discrimination cannot stand: editorial. Cleveland Plain Dealer. August 14, 2015. Read the article here.

Business and Technical Assistance

Black women-owned businesses up. The Columbus Post. August 14, 2014. Read the article here.

Ohio raises spending with minority-run businesses. Toledo Blade. August 14, 2014. Read the article here.

State of Ohio Sets Records for Buying from Minority-Owned Businesses. ABC. August 12, 2014. Read the article here.

Minority business center moving to larger space, expanding services. Dayton Business Journal. August 6, 2014. Read the article here.

Dayton begins competing for grants under $1.3B manufacturing program. Dayton Business Journal. August 6, 2014. Read the article here.

Community Police Relations

Silent vigil held at Walmart for Crawford, Williams. Dayton Daily News. August 14, 2014. Read the article here.

The impact of race relations on policing. Wood TV. August 14, 2014. Read the article here.

Georgia Police Chief: Fixing Community-Police Relations In Ferguson Starts With Conversation. GPB. August 14, 2014. Read the article here.

Art exhibit graphically depicts the nature of Black-on-Black violence. Indianapolis Recorder. August 14, 2014. Read the article here.

Welcome Dayton

Multicultural Dayton: Jose Gomez, owner of La Michoacana Mexican Market. Dayton Business Journal. August 14, 2014. Read the article here.

Column: ‘Welcome Dayton’ doesn’t extend to Hispanic kids. Chillicothe Gazette. August 8, 2014. Read the article here.

Welcome to Dayton (No border kids): Column. USA Today. August 7, 2014. Read the article here.

MultiCultural Dayton: From political refugee to business owner. Dayton Business Journal. August 6, 2014. Read the article here.

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