CHRC’s Board of Commissioners and Staff, congratulates our Executive Director, Dr. Ericka King-Betts, on being selected as a Cincinnati Business Courier 40 Under 40 honoree.

September 30th, 2014

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Price Hill Will staff members and community volunteers talk with InFocus Host Bill Bell about the organization’s strategic plans, new happenings, and how it’s revitalizing Lower, East, and West areas of Price Hill. Watch the interview throughout the entire month of October.  For more information about Price Hill Will visit www.pricehillwill.org and www.pricehillpresents.com.  

(pictured left to right: Community volunteers; Bill Bell; Diana Vakharia, Dir. of Community Engagement; Ken Smith, Exec. Director)

September 26th, 2014

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On September 24, 2014, Jaime Bryant, CHRC Youth Services Coordinator, will serve as a Volunteer at the Mayerson Foundation’s 17th Annual Student Service Leadership Workshop.  It takes place on the campus of the University of Cincinnati in Tangeman University Center.  This free workshop brings together over 500 high school students and teachers to network and learn ways youth can make a significant impact in the community through leadership and service.  Ms. Bryant will have a reserved space in the Community Connections Corner to bring attention to CHRC’s Youth Services programs with the goal of recruiting and engaging area high school students. If you are at the event stop by and say hi.

September 23rd, 2014

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September 15th, 2014

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Greater Cincinnati’s Hispanic
Heritage Month celebration occurs between September 15 and October 15.
Hispanics Avanzando Hispanics (HAH) created the annual program in 2007 with
help of a team of local Hispanic leaders and organizations.

September 15th, 2014

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September 10th, 2014

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CHRC
is still in search of donations (monetary and in-kind) for the Oratorical
Contest prize winners and light reception items.
The
“Wish List” items for the Fall
Night-at-the-Mic
:
1.               
Printing
cost ($150.00)
2.               
Snacks for 50 youth ($175.00). 
The
“Wish List” items for the Oratorical
Contest
:
1.               
Keepsake
awards ($140.00)
2.               
Printing
($200.00)
3.               
Catering
for the reception ($400.00). 
Any assistance you can extend will be
greatly appreciated;
please call CHRC’s Youth Services at 513 – 352-3237.

September 9th, 2014

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The national news cycle has provoked a range of feelings for everyday people. Those feelings span from sadness, frustration to pure unadulterated anger. Despite where folks stand on issues from Ferguson to the Gaza strip, behind the mainstream coverage there are untold stories of folks working to build empowered and inclusive communities globally. Locally, Starfire University demonstrated this commitment with their 3rd annual Starfire “Unconference”. 
#Starfire3Day provided a flexible community based opportunity for attendees to teach an audience or learn a new skill that could be used to fellowship and or improve a community. The combination of amazing people, unique session topics, and delicious community dinner made the event a memorable success worth praise. Hopefully their event wrapped Friday night and many other local community centered practices serves reminder for us to put aside the politics of the world for a moment, and be intentional about getting to know one another.
Reflections from Christina Brown, Community Outreach & Engagement Coordinator

September 4th, 2014

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CONGRATULATIONS  to CHRC’s Community Outreach Advocate, Rev. Peterson “Pete” Mingo, to
receive  the Earnest Talbert House Award at the 2014 Talbert House Annual
Luncheon on Monday, September 29th at noon at the Hyatt Regency
Downtown.
   
This award recognizes individuals who have acted as a benefactor
to or professional advocate for Talbert House in promoting community awareness
of criminal justice, mental health, substance abuse and welfare-to-work issues.
The
Annual Luncheon,  presented  by  Fifth  Third  Bancop, is  an opportunity to review  the  successes of  the  past  year  and  honor those  individuals  who have  helped  our  community and the Talbert House mission. 

September 4th, 2014

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Thursday,
September 4, 2014 Community Outreach and Engagement Coordinator, Christina
Brown, will travel to Columbus, Ohio to participate in a Brown Bag Lunch series at Fort Hayes
High School. This series
will engage students and staff in conversations surrounding current issues,
beginning with the aftermath of the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.
If you’re interested in keeping the conversation going, or exploring various
other difficult conversations,  please   visit  www.chrc.us  or  call  Christina  at 513-352-3237 to learn more about opportunities for partnerships.

September 3rd, 2014

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