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Community Forum, Thursday, October 13, 2016, Noon
“The CPS Levy that includes funding for preschool.” ( a panel)
The Children’s Services Levy:Speaker- Moira Weir, Director Of Jobs And Family Services Thursday September 29, 2016
One of the issues that Hamilton County voters will find on their ballot this fall is the Children’s Services Levy. This renewal levy pays for a number of important services for children living in Greater Cincinnati. At the next Community Issues Forum, Moira Weir, Director of Jobs and Family Services for Hamilton County, will discuss the services included in the levy and why they are needed. This luncheon Forum takes place at 12:00 noon, Thursday September 29th, Christ Church Cathedral Forum Room (Third Floor), 318 East Fourth Street. Video Part II
Community Issues Forum Kicks Off Its Fall Season:Poverty? There Is Enough Thursday September 15, 2016
The Community Issues Forum kicks off its fall season on Thursday September 15th. Launching its 36th year, the Forum picks up where it left off last May with a panel entitled “Poverty? There Is Enough.” Led by Michelle Dillingham, Executive Director of Community Shares, the panel includes Steve Szeghi, Professor of Economics at Wilmington College, Michael Earl Patton, P.E. and Contributing Writer for StreetVibes, and Bill Woods , former Chair of Common Cause/Ohio,and Justin Jeffre, Editor of Streetvibes and it will look at some of the systemic causes of poverty and the growing economic inequality in this country. The Forum previews a longer session by the same name that will occur at the Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church at 6:00 that evening. This luncheon Forum takes place at 12:00 noon, Thursday September 15th, Christ Church Cathedral Forum Room (Third Floor), 318 East Fourth Street.
Are We Really Serious About Addressing Poverty: What Would It Take To Bring Real Change? (Part VI) A
Series Wrap Up – A Panel Overview Followed By Round Table Working Groups May 19, 2016
Christ Church Cathedral Forum Room, 318 East Fourth Street
What would it take to bring about a significant reduction in poverty in Greater Cincinnati? At the next Community Issues Forum, this series concludes with a wrap up session that will tap your views on reducing poverty. Presenters at the first five Forums will be invited to provide brief highlights of their recommendations, and then attendees will divide into small groups in order to come up with their proposals. This luncheon Forum takes place at 12:00 noon, Thursday May19th, Christ Church Cathedral Forum Room (Third Floor), 318 East Fourth Street.
Is Equitable Development Possible In Cincinnati’s Neighborhoods? The Roles Of The Private Sector, Government, And Citizens May 5, 2016
Is equitable development possible in Cincinnati’s neighborhoods? At the next Community Issues Forum, Jennifer Summers, Executive Director of Peaslee Neighborhood Center, Jenn Ahrens, Sophia Cunningham, and Alicia Ferguson will lead a discussion on how citizens have come together to influence new development projects and their potential impacts on the quality of life for residents in Over-the-Rhine. This luncheon Forum presentation takes place at 12:00 noon, Thursday May 5th, Peaslee Neighborhood Center, 215 East 14th Street (Over-the-Rhine).
What would it take to bring about a significant reduction in poverty in Greater Cincinnati?
Part V of this series will focus on the role that a lack of affordable housing plays in keeping families and individuals in poverty. At the next Community Issues Forum, Elizabeth Brown, the recently retired Executive Director of Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME), and John Schrider, Senior Attorney/Director, the Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio, will address this critical factor.