June 23, 2017


On June 16th, over 28 agencies converged on Fountain Square bursting with information for Woman’s City Club’s Fourth Annual Equity in Women’s Economic, Mental and Physical Health to educate women on programs and resources available to them. The sky was clear and the sun was out; so many people were milling about on Fountain Square during their lunchtime.  The program from 12-1:00 pm featured Margo Spence of First Step Home (a...

February 6, 2016

Our public narrative is currently dominated by the priorities of big business, large non-profit institutions, government administrators, politicians, and traditional news media–with the assumption that their actions and decisions matter most to our communities. But if you are reading this, you probably already know that community is really built through the unsung work of countless community volunteers, civic associations, sma...

January 30, 2016

HELP STOP CUTS TO THE UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION PROGRAM IN OHIO

 

HB 394 in the Ohio Legislature, if passed, would do the following:

  • Reduce maximum number of weeks of unemployment compensation from 26 weeks to between 12 to 20.

  • Punish seniors by deducting Social Security retirement benefits from unemployment compensation so that seniors received much less in unemployment compensation

  • Require claimants to work in at...

January 30, 2016

We are concerned about the many children being raised by relatives who are living below poverty level. We believe Society has a responsibility to make sure all households raising children should be lifted out of poverty. Children are the future and all children should have an equal opportunity to reach their potentials in life.

 

 

Councilman David Mann unveiled draft legislation to protect workers against wage theft and payroll fraud at a Thriving Cincinnati event on Jan. 15 hosted by the Woman’s City Club. The legislation would apply to all workers on a construction site where the developer receives more than $25,000 in incentives under an agreement with the City of Cincinnati. The developer would risk losing the incentives and could be barred from f...

Michele Hobbs says she is baffled by companies that claim to care about people, but do not pay employees a living wage. "It's beyond me how you can offer quality and service if you're not investing everything back into your workers," she told The Enquirer...

 

Read the complete article in today's edition of the Cincinnati Enquirer:

 

http://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2015/12/15/otr-retailer-offer-workers-15-per-hour/77283938/

 

November 2, 2015

ECI will be featured on WVXUs Cincinnati Edition this Thursday, November 5th at 1:00pm. Tune in and listen at 91.7 FM (or listen online), or better yet, call in and ask a question. The call-in number is 513-419-7100. You can also message them using Facebook or Twitter. If you miss the call, the broadcast will be available on the website later. In any case, it should be a great program for us so check it out.

 

The Neighborhood E...

September 16, 2015

Part of a Thriving Cincinnati is building trust, compassion and cooperation among all segments of a diverse community.

July 26, 2015

C4AD (Cincinnatians for the American Dream) exists to promote public understanding of workplace justice issues in Cincinnati using the tools, standards, and ethics of journalism.  

 

The American Dream is built on a social contract among workers, employers, shareholders, government, taxpayers and consumers. The contract promises a social and economic order in which each man and woman, regardless of the circumstances of their bir...

June 13, 2015

Thriving Cincinnati movement is built on the understanding that all segments of our community are intertwined and bound to one another in large and small ways.  

 

Residents need policy makers, businesses, nonprofits and funders if they are going to live and thrive in our community.

 

Policy makers need residents, businesses, non-profits, and funders if they are going to exist and thrive.

 

The same is true for funders, businesses a...

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