Dayton HRC

HRC News Clips September 5-11, 2015

Civil Rights/Fair Housing

Clerk in gay-marriage fight back to work Friday or Monday. Dayton Daily News. September 9, 2015. Read more here.

Troy schools offer expert advice on gender-neutral bathrooms. WDTN. September 10, 2015. Read more here.

GLSEN supports Troy schools’ gender-neutral bathrooms. WDTN. September 4, 2015. Read more here.

Owner of Northwest Side apartment complex settles fair-housing complaint. Columbus Dispatch. September 9, 2015. Read more here.

 

Business and Technical Assistance

Columbus judged ‘friendly’ to small businesses, survey finds. The Columbus Dispatch. September 8, 2015. Read more here.

Q&A: Dayton businessman discusses role as advisor to Portman, Husted. Dayton Business Journal. September 11, 2015. Read more here.

Baby boomers ready to sell businesses; More women, minorities among new owners. El Paso Inc. September 8, 2015. Read more here.

 

Community Police Relations

Report: UC officer made ‘critical errors’ in shooting incident. WDTN. Spetember 11, 2015. Read more here.

Police body cameras show more than just the facts. Dayton Daily News. September 11, 2015. Read more here.

Cincinnati police chief fired due to rising crime rates, decreasing morale. Cleveland Plain Dealer. September 9, 2015. Read more here.

Job expo puts fire, police recruits to the test. WDTN. September 9, 2015. Read more here.

Dayton police face recruiting challenges in light of shootings. WDTN. September 8, 2015. Read more here.

DPD reveals summer gun violence increase. WDTN. September 8, 2015. Read more here.

 

Welcome Dayton

Cleveland seminar looks at attracting refugees to city. Cleveland Pain Dealer. September 10, 2015. Read more here.

In EU and US, virulent immigration debate strains solidarity. Dayton Daily News. September 6, 2015. Read more here.

Central Ohio employers urged to hire refugees. Columbus Dispatch. September 11, 2015. Read more here.

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