Dayton HRC

HRC News Clips November 28- December 5, 2014

Civil Rights/Fair Housing

Ohio: Toledo adds transgender protections law after vicious attack. December 3, 2014. Read more here.

City sponsoring program on fair housing. Dayton Daily News. December 5, 2014. Read more here.

State school board member wants rule against discrimination for sexual orientation in school hirings. Cleveland Plain Dealer. December 5, 2014. Read more here

 

Business and Technical Assistance

Agencies Unite to Increase Economic Opportunities for Minority-Owned Businesses. PR Newswire. December 4, 2014. Read more here.

Ohio chamber marks $2 million raised for fund. WTRF. December 3, 2014. Read more here.

Top 5 financial mistakes startups make and how to avoid them. Dayton Business Journal. December 2, 2014. Read more here.

 

Community Police Relations

New state task force to promote better relations between police, citizens. Cleveland Plain Dealer. December 5, 2014. Read more here.

Cleveland police lack training and technology, Justice Department finds. Cleveland Plain Dealer. December 5, 2014. Read more here.

Deputies accused of racist texts could lose jobs, attorney says. Dayton Daily News. December 3, 2014. Read more here.

Federal Judge Walter Rice Responds To Issues Within The Community. ABC 22. December 3, 2014. Read more here.

Law enforcement and community relations, what’s next? WDTN. December 4, 2014. Read more here.

White privilege with police spotlighted in #CrimingWhileWhite campaign. Dayton Daily New. December 4, 2014. Read more here.

Race a factor in police shootings. Data shows blacks twice as likely as whites to be killed by police. Dayton Daily News. December 1, 2014. Read more here.

Officer who shot John Crawford to stay on desk duty. December 4, 2014. Read more here.

Obama to discuss Ferguson in meetings Monday with Cabinet, civil-rights leaders, police. Cleveland Plain Dealer, December 1, 2014. Read more here.

 

Welcome Dayton

Immigration Showdown on Capital Hill. WHIO. December 2, 2014. Read more here.

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