Proudly Presents:
HUMAN RELATIONS MONTH 2013

        TUESDAY MARCH 5, 2013 11-1PM           

CULTURAL TASTING
City Hall : 801 Plum St. rm. 115 Cincinnati, OH 45202

     WEDNESDAY MARCH 13, 2013 6-8PM        

MY NEIGHBOR IS DIFFERENT.. WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? A Collaborative Event
Beans & Grapes Coffee House: 6200 Montgomery Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45213

*RSVP Appreciated, please contact: myra.calder@homecincy.org

        THURSDAY MARCH 21, 2013 6-8PM        

NIGHT – AT – THE – MIC: A PUBLIC FORUM FOR YOUTH
City Hall: 801 Plum St. rm. 300 (City Council Chambers) Cincinnati, OH 45202

February 28th, 2013

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Check out Activities Beyond the Classroom’s Interview with Bill Bell on In-Focus!

 https://vimeo.com/59753902

You can also check out all our In-Focus shows and schedule on Citcable at
http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/citicable/talk-shows/infocus/  

February 18th, 2013

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“The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission is pleased to announce that the Mayor and Cincinnati City Council have appointed 12 new Board members to serve on the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission board. This is a great day for the agency. Together, we will continue to have an impact locally, regionally, nationally & globally. We are strong because of everyone’s support and we are making a difference in the lives of others in our community.”
  
                                             -Dr. Ericka King-Betts, Executive Director

New Board Members 
Mr. Douglass McDonald, President & Chief Executive Officer Cincinnati Museum Center and the National Underground Railroad Center
Dr. P. Eric Abercrumbie, Director of Ethnic Programs and Services and the African-American Culture and Resource Center Adjunct Assistant Professor
Rabbi Abie Ingber, Adjunct Professor, Xavier University
Pastor Damon Lynch, III, New Prospect Baptist Church
Ms. Iris Showes-Roley, Community Advocate Professional
Laura Powell Fritz, WKRQ
Andrea Ellis, Cincinnati Public Library
Kevin Robinson, Weather at WLWT News 5
Regina Carswell Russo, Director of Marketing and Communications, Cincinnati Art Museum
Yolanda Waldon, Program Manager at the Bank of Greater Cincinnati 
Kevin Wright, Executive Director of Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation 
Omar Morales, HR Manager for Global HR for Procter and Gamble

February 7th, 2013

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Join enthusiast William Bell as he traces the dynamic journey of Franklin from Peanuts and see why Frankiln’s introduction was so ground-breaking. 

Saturday February 9th starting at 2:00 pm in the Popular Library Lounge 
800 Vine St. 
513-665-3336

February 6th, 2013

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: February 4, 2013
Media Contact: Melissa Back
Tel: 513-621-6364 x 17
Address: 1730 Race Street, Cincinnati,
OH 45202
OUR DAILY BREAD CELEBRATES 28 YEARS OF
STABILITY AND HOPE IN OVER-THE-RHINE
Cincinnati, OH- This
month Our Daily Bread is celebrating its 28th year of operations as
and as part of their anniversary celebration Our Daily Bread is collecting fond
memories from its guests, volunteers, and staff during the month of February.
These memories are being collected and displayed in the main dining space. Have
you made an Our Daily Bread memory in the past that you would like to share?
Please send memories to Melissa Back at 513-621-6364 or melissa@ourdailybread.us. Our Daily
Bread is also seeking donations of $28 in honor of our years of service. The
names of those who donate will also be displayed with our memories, as well as
on our website and Facebook page.  
In 1985, Ruth (Cookie) Vogelpohl saw a man eating from a garbage can in
downtown Cincinnati.
This experience bothered her so much; she thought there must be something she
could do. With the help of family and friends she started a small soup kitchen
with a simple goal: to provide a warm meal and a welcoming environment to all
who entered the doors.  Since then, Our
Daily Bread has sustained this mission with the generous monetary and in-kind
donations from its supporters and volunteers.  
Here are some memories that guests and staff have shared:
“I remember when I had my wedding at our old Our Daily Bread location.
The staff took care of everything!”
“I enjoy the Holiday party the Bingo
volunteers put on for us every year.”
“I love getting a birthday cake here. They are homemade and make my day
special.”
“They give me good food and bless me with good service.”
“I have been coming to your free Bingo game every week for years and
years.”
Our Daily Bread is an Over-the-Rhine non-profit ministry of hospitality dedicated to serving the
needs of the neighborhood residents and those who frequent the area. The
ministry provides stability and hope for its guests and the neighborhood
community. It is a place where guests are invited to share a warm meal, receive
social services, and to socialize in a caring, supportive and welcoming
environment. We encourage you to help us throughout the year by supporting Our
Daily Bread in any way you can. Please visit www.ourdailybread.us for more
information.
If you would like more information, or to schedule an interview with
the Executive Director, Tyler Pettigrew, please call Melissa Back at
513-621-6364 x 17 or email  melissa@ourdailybread.us.
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February 5th, 2013

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