In accordance with
Cincinnati Human Relations Commission’s
mission to connecting cultures and communities,
we endorse the Union of Black Episcopalians.



May 30th, 2013

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Hamilton County‘s
Fatherhood Initiative

Stakeholders Luncheon

 

Tomorrow, Thursday, May 30, 2013

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

2400 Reading Road

This event will
determine what appropriate actions need to be taken to address the unmet needs
of our local Fathers. It is our hope that you will commit to attending and
share this invitation with your network.

To   attend,  please RSVP by  calling  the  office  513 / 352-3237.

May 29th, 2013

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DEADLINE REMINDER – JUNE 1, 2013
 
Grant Writer (Contractor)

This
contractor will research and write funding applications for the Cincinnati
Human Relations Commission. This contractor will also provide timely advice and
information on funding opportunities, requirements, and procedures as well as
assist in developing appropriate project designs in response to funding
requests. Must have a Bachelors Degree (Masters or higher preferred in a
related field); and a minimum of 5 years experience writing funded proposals
for local, state, federal, and foundation grants. Related experience in
community organizing and building collaborations is a plus. Send resume and/or vita, three references and a list
of successfully funded grants, by June 1, 2013 to Ms. Ramona Sellers
(ramona.sellers@cincinnati-oh.gov) or mail:

Cincinnati Human Relations
Commission

Cincinnati City Hall

801 Plum Street, Suite 158

Cincinnati, OH 45202

May 24th, 2013

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The Jewish Community Relations
Council (JCRC) of the
Jewish Federation of Cincinnati
invites you to attend the:
Tuesday, June 11,
2013
7:00 p.m. at the Mayerson
JCC
8485 Ridge Road, Cincinnati, OH 45236
Dessert reception
(Dietary laws observed)

Jonathan Miller The
Liberal Case for Israel
featuring
Jonathan Miller
  • Hear Jonathan Miller – co-founder of “The Recovering Politician” website and
    former Kentucky State Treasurer – speak about his efforts to change perceptions
    of Israel.

  • Watch as outgoing President Gary Greenberg passes the gavel to incoming
    President John Youkilis.

  • Learn about the JCRC’s achievements in the past year and take a peek at what
    we have planned for the future.


For more information, contact Seth
Harlan at 513-985-1504 or sharlan@jfedcin.org

The mission of the JCRC of Cincinnati
is to protect Jewish security, recognizing that Jewish security depends on a
just society for all. To achieve its mission, the JCRC works on a broad range of
local, national and international issues, concentrating its efforts in the areas
of Israel, the Middle East and
anti-Semitism.
JFC NEW
The Jewish Federation
of Cincinnati develops and connects leaders,
contributors, organizations and
ideas to build an inclusive Jewish
community that helps people in need, supports Israel, and assures a
vibrant Jewish future.

 

May 21st, 2013

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View CHRC’s Annual Luncheon and Awards Ceremony at www.chrc.us    Thank you for your continued support!

May 20th, 2013

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NEWS RELEASE

 

 

FOR
IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Date:
May 14, 2013

 

MEDIA CONTACT: Contact Person: Theresa Lockett at theresa.lockett@cincinnati-oh.gov
or by phone at 513.352.3237

 

 

                                                 

GRANT WRITER
(CONTRACTOR)

 

This contractor will research and write funding
applications for the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission. This contractor
will also provide timely advice and information on funding opportunities,
requirements, and procedures as well as assist in developing appropriate
project designs in response to funding requests. Must have a Bachelors Degree
(Masters or higher preferred in a related field); and a minimum of 5 years
experience writing funded proposals for local, state, federal, and foundation
grants. Related experience in community organizing and building collaborations
is a plus. Send resume and/or vita, three
references and a list of successfully funded grants, by June 1, 2013 to Ms. Ramona
Sellers (ramona.sellers@cincinnati-oh.gov) or mail:

Cincinnati Human Relations Commission

Cincinnati City Hall

801
Plum Street, Suite 158

Cincinnati, OH 45202

 

                                                                                              

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May 14th, 2013

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The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission (CHRC)
has been selected to host
the National Association of Human Rights Workers (NAHRW)
2013
Midwest Regional Conference!

 The
Cincinnati Human Relations Commission (CHRC) has been selected by the National
Association of Human Rights Workers (NAHRW) Board of Directors to host the
Association’s 2013 Midwest Regional Conference!
 
The
NAHRW is an organization of individuals committed to providing education,
training, research, networking, and professional development to its members in
order to enable them to foster equality within a diverse society. In
collaboration with NAHRW, the CHRC will be bringing together other regional human
relations, human and civil rights groups and individuals engaged in the
improvement of intergroup relations to:
1.    Encourage the collection, compilation and
dissemination of information and research among organizations.
2.    Advance the science, process and art of
intergroup relations
3.    Improve the standards of work in the
field (i.e., advancing technical, professional knowledge, standards and
practices)
 The
NAHRW Annual Training Conference is the nation’s leading human and civil rights
workers conference. The conference is known for delivering the latest, most
useful and easily implemented strategies for ridding our nation of unlawful
discrimination.
 For 70
years, the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission has been the “Voice of the
Community” and honors its commitment every day to be a voice for the voiceless
and liberate communities where prejudice and discrimination seek to reign. As
the CHRC continues to connect cultures and communities during the most critical
of times, the knowledge gained from this conference will serve as a springboard
to examine and improve human relations in the Greater Cincinnati
community. 
 The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission is a non-profit
organization that deals with human relations issues and discrimination in the
City of Cincinnati. As more details are finalized, we will be releasing that
information to the community. If you have any questions, please visit the
website at www.chrc.us or call the office at
513-352-3237.  The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission is honored to be
selected to host the Midwest Regional Conference here in Cincinnati! See you at
the conference!

 

May 10th, 2013

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The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission (CHRC)
has been selected to host
the National Association of Human Rights Workers (NAHRW)
2013
Midwest Regional Conference!

 The
Cincinnati Human Relations Commission (CHRC) has been selected by the National
Association of Human Rights Workers (NAHRW) Board of Directors to host the
Association’s 2013 Midwest Regional Conference!
 
The
NAHRW is an organization of individuals committed to providing education,
training, research, networking, and professional development to its members in
order to enable them to foster equality within a diverse society. In
collaboration with NAHRW, the CHRC will be bringing together other regional human
relations, human and civil rights groups and individuals engaged in the
improvement of intergroup relations to:
1.    Encourage the collection, compilation and
dissemination of information and research among organizations.
2.    Advance the science, process and art of
intergroup relations
3.    Improve the standards of work in the
field (i.e., advancing technical, professional knowledge, standards and
practices)
 The
NAHRW Annual Training Conference is the nation’s leading human and civil rights
workers conference. The conference is known for delivering the latest, most
useful and easily implemented strategies for ridding our nation of unlawful
discrimination.
 For 70
years, the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission has been the “Voice of the
Community” and honors its commitment every day to be a voice for the voiceless
and liberate communities where prejudice and discrimination seek to reign. As
the CHRC continues to connect cultures and communities during the most critical
of times, the knowledge gained from this conference will serve as a springboard
to examine and improve human relations in the Greater Cincinnati
community. 
 The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission is a non-profit
organization that deals with human relations issues and discrimination in the
City of Cincinnati. As more details are finalized, we will be releasing that
information to the community. If you have any questions, please visit the
website at www.chrc.us or call the office at
513-352-3237.  The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission is honored to be
selected to host the Midwest Regional Conference here in Cincinnati! See you at
the conference!

 

May 10th, 2013

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TODAY IS THE LAST DAY to register for The Cincinnati Human
Relations Commission (CHRC) Annual Luncheon and Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, May
7 at Music Hall, 1241 Elm Street from 12:00- 1:30 PM.  Registration will begin at 11:00 AM. Luncheon
keynote speaker will be Cincinnati City Manager, Mr. Milton Dohoney, Jr.  CHRC will be honoring longtime supporters, Judge
Arthur and Louise Spiegel and Mr. William Mallory, Sr. with the Bishop Hebert
Thompson Award. CHRC will also recognize 3 community leaders with the Merlin G.
Pope, Jr. Diversity Leadership Award along with honoring 3 Youth Achievement
Awards. To register, please visit www.chrc.us

May 3rd, 2013

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