Dayton HRC

HRC News Clips November 15-21, 2014

Civil Rights/Fair Housing

Housing group accuses U.S. Bank of discrimination in Cleveland in black and Latino neighborhoods. Cleveland Plain Dealer. November 18, 2014. Read more here.

Religious Leaders Show Support Non-Discrimination Bill. ABC 6. November 18, 2014. Read more here.

Ohio Supreme Court: Public-sector supervisor is not an ’employer’. HR.BLR. November 17, 2014. Read more here.

Dayton scores high on LBGT equality index. Dayton Daily News. November 17, 2014. Read more here.

Transgender anti-discrimination law, tax increment financing for NuCLEus on Cleveland City Council agenda today (LIVE COVERAGE). Cleveland Plain Dealer. November 17, 2014. Read more here.

 

Business and Technical Assistance

Ohio Third Frontier Commission decides entrepreneurship is cool again. Cleveland Plain Dealer. November 15, 2014. Read more here.

State export program benefits small businesses. Dayton Daily News. Novembers 21, 2014. Read more here.

 

Community Police Relations

School district considers arming teachers. Dayton Daily News. November 21, 2014. Read more here.

Deceased ID’d in fatal Dayton police shooting. Dayton Daily News. November 17, 2014. Read more here.

FBI Warns of Violence Against Officers Nationwide After Ferguson Grand Jury Decision. Police Mag. November 11, 2014. Read more here.

 

Welcome Dayton

Limited impact for Ohio’s undocumented immigrants. Cincinnati.com. November 21, 2014. Read more here.

Obama’s plan isn’t enough, say immigrants in central Ohio. Columbus Dispatch. November 21, 2014. Read more here.

Obama to overhaul immigration system, sets up fight with Congress. Dayton Daily News. November 21, 2014. Read more here.

Ahead of President’s announcement, local immigrant advocates react. WDTN. November 19, 2014. Read more here.

Refugee Response, Cleveland’s tiller of the good earth, hires its first executive director: the Mix. Cleveland Plain Dealer. November 18, 2014. Read more here.

Portman urges Obama to back off immigration plan. Dayton Daily News. November 14, 2014. Read more here.

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