Dayton HRC

HRC News Clips July 14 – 18, 2016

Civil Rights/Fair Housing

Cleveland City Council approves pro-transgender bathroom ordinance. Metro Weekly. July 15, 2016. Read more here.

Ohio Democrats Propose An Equal Pay Hotline to Combat Gender Pay Gap. WKSU. July 13, 2016. Read more here.

The First Nationally Broadcast Trans Civil Rights Ad is Ready, and It’s About Time. Huffington Post. July 15, 2016. Read more here.

 

Business and Technical Assistance

West Dayton salon plans $110K in upgrades. Dayton Business Journal. July 18, 2016. Read more here.

Exclusive: Investors to buy, upgrade downtown Dayton business. Dayton Business Journal. July 14, 2016. Read more here.

Capital investment in Ohio startups is paying off, especially for Cleveland. The Plain Dealer. July 12, 2016. Read more here.

7 things I wish I had known before starting my business. Crains Cleveland Business. July 16, 2016. Read more here.

 

Community Police Relations

Black gun owners worried about treatment after shooting. Dayton Daily News. July 8, 2016. Read more here.

Ohio lawmaker introduces bill to set police body camera video release standards. State Scoop. July 15, 2016. Read more here.

Columbus police handling of racial slurs facing Ohio civil rights charge. Columbus Dispatch. July 17, 2016. Read more here.

Wide Ethnic Disparities Between Police and Their Communities. AMI Newswire. July 18, 2016. Read more here.

NAACP in Cincinnati: Are we a ‘role model for police.’ WCPO. July 16, 2016. Read more here.

John Kasich talks of police-community relations at NAACP convention. The Columbus Dispatch. July 17, 2016. Read more here.

 

Civil Rights Report Alleges “Unlawful Discriminatory Practices” By Columbus Police. WOSU. July 18, 2016. Read more here.

 

Welcome Dayton

Foreign-born opportunity for Akron. Akron Beacon Journal. July 15, 2016. Read more here.

One street in Cleveland tells the immigrants’ story. The Washington Post. July 16, 2016. Read more here.

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