Dayton HRC

HRC News Clips January 13 – 17, 2017

Civil Rights/Fair Housing

Springfield MLK speaker: Get involved, build stronger communities. Springfield News-Sun. January 14, 2017.


MLK Day: Thousands march in Dayton for unity, equality. Dayton Daily News. January 16, 2017.


Descent on D.C. \ Local gay rights supporters to join massive march in nation’s capital. Dayton Daily News. January 13, 2017.


Business and Technical Assistance

ODOT sponsors ‘matchmaking’ event for I-75 project businesses. WHIO. January 11, 2017.


Dayton women in business encouraged to ask for what they need. Dayton Business Journal. January 12, 2017.


Small businesses invited to join talks in Hamilton. Dayton Daily News. January 17, 2017.


Community Police Relations

Ohio urging police agencies to meet new statewide standards. Troy Daily News. January 15, 2017.


Tackling America’s gun violence hotspots: where do we go from here? The Guardian. January 14, 2017.


Welcome Dayton

Cedarville students are designing a shelter for Syrian refugees. Dayton Daily News. January 15, 2017.


Anti-Arab graffiti, a swastika target a Lebanese family in Ohio. January 13, 2017.


“No Papers, No Fear”: Immigrants And Allies In More Than 70 Locations Declare They Are #HereToStay. January 17, 2017.

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