Dayton Human Relations Council

HRC News Clips February 21 – 27, 2017

Civil Rights/Fair Housing

Graceworks Lutheran Services to pay $30,660 to settle EEOC disability discrimination lawsuit. JD Supra. February 25, 2017.

A crude ‘boys’ club’: Sworn testimony alleges culture of sexual harassment at the world’s largest jewelry retailer. Business Insider. February 28, 2017.


Business and Technical Assistance

Air Force redirects more money to small businesses; area firms benefit. Dayton Daily News. February 27, 2017.–politics/air-force-redirects-more-money-small-businesses-area-firms-benefit/Ktk5O6mX0QHw2UIVurnjIO/

Local startup grows in cyber security industry. Dayton Daily News. February 26, 2017.

Residents, black business owners feel left out of $80M MLK interchange project. WCPO. February 24, 2017.


Community Police Relations

Dayton Police and neighbors get better understanding of each other at training course. ABC22. February 25, 2017.

Ohio officers tasked with keeping race, gender data. Process aimed at reducing charges of police bias. Toledo Blade. February 27, 2017.

Cincinnati Catholics hope to give Church a megaphone on racial, social problems. Angelus News. February 25, 2017.


Welcome Dayton

Amid National Controversy, One Refugee Family Arrives in Dayton. WYSO. February 28, 2017.

11 immigration policy changes that could impact local enforcement. Dayton Daily News. February 24, 2017.

Cleveland immigrants pay taxes, start businesses, create jobs, New American Economy says. The Plain Dealer. February 26, 2017.

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