Dayton Human Relations Council

HRC News Clips December 26, 2016 – January 12, 2017

Civil Rights/Fair Housing

Cincinnati area banks settle discrimination claims. Cincinnati Enquirer. December 28, 2016.


Fair Lending to be the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Top Priority in 2017. December 29, 2016.


Transgender man: Catholic hospital denied my hysterectomy. Akron Beacon Journal. January 5, 2017.


Business and Technical Assistance

New Dayton grocery co-op moving forward. Dayton Business Journal. January 5, 2017.


One of Dayton’s largest companies pushes to work with more minority businesses. Dayton Business Journal. November 2, 2016.


Montgomery County Business Solutions Center sees early success. Dayton Daily News. December 30, 2016.


Dayton startup receives $500K in funding. WHIO. December 16, 2016.


Community Police Relations

Dayton police chief lays out 2017 vision for department. WDTN. January 9, 2017.


Cleveland police to begin training on new use-of-force policy, still struggling with citizen complaint backlog. January 11, 2017.


Welcome Dayton

McDavis, other college leaders: Keep immigration program. The Athens News. December 26, 2016.


The Bridge From Dayton to the Congo. WYSO. December 26, 1016.


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