Tuesday, May 17, 2016

IJPC Cincinnati - Rethinking Racism - Lgbtq ... Cincinnati Human Relations Commission


Who is organizing in Cincinnati ?

The point here is that, CCHD grantee IJPC Cincinnati works directly with organizations that have
values contrary to those of the Catholic Faith.
If you choose to read this post, you will see 4 "like minded" groups working together
to reach a Common Goal.

The organizations are:

IJPC Cincinnati

Cincinnati Human Relations Commission

New Thought Unity Center

Unity a matter of the Heart




New Prospect Baptist Church

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Cincinnati Human Relations Commission's News Page

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The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission and 
Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center 
are partnering to host Rethinking Racism, to challenge organizations and individuals to make a commitment to addressing and ending racism. The event will take place Thursday, Jan. 14 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Father Rivers Hall, St. Joseph Parish (745 Ezzard Charles Drive). Attendees will have the opportunity to address their perceptions of modern day racism and participate in action-based strategizing. 
Attendees are encouraged to RSVP online atwww.ijpccincinnati.orgor by calling 513-579-8547

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The first gathering of RETHINKING RACISM, held on January 14th brought over 200 of us together and we hope to see that many or more at this event on March 3rd, 2016.

Nationwide, communities are galvanizing and demanding institutions to address racism locally. In this spirit,

the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission and Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center
are partnering again to challenge organizations and individuals to make a commitment to addressing and ending racism, with an initiative entitled, “Rethinking Racism"
This second gathering will be held at New Thought Unity Center. Attendees will have the opportunity again to address their perceptions of modern day racism and participate in action based strategizing.
Attendees are encouraged to RSVP online at Eventbrite (click the ticket link) or over the phone at 513.579.8547.
WHEN Thursday, March 3, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST) Add to Calendar
WHERE New Thought Unity Center - 1401 E. McMillan, Cincinnati, OH 45206, Cincinnati, OH 45206 -View Map

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This is our third gathering of Rethinking Racism! 
Nationwide, communities are galvanizing and demanding institutions to address racism locally. In this spirit, the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission and Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center are partnering again to challenge organizations and individuals to make a commitment to addressing and ending racism, with an initiative entitled, “Rethinking Racism"
This gathering will be held at New Thought Unity Center. Attendees will have the opportunity again to address their perceptions of modern day racism and participate in action based strategizing.
Attendees are encouraged to RSVP online at Eventbrite (click the ticket link) or over the phone at 513.579.8547.
WHEN Thursday, April 21, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT) Add to Calendar
WHERE New Thought Unity Center - 1401 East McMillan Street, Cincinnati, OH 45206View Map

http://ijpccincinnati.org/event/rethinking-racism-4/
Join us for the 4th Rethinking Racism on Monday June 20th from 6:00-9:00pm at New Prospect Baptist Church!  Over 197 unique and amazing individuals have attended these events – we welcome you to attend again or for the first time.
Rethinking Racism is a multiracial alliance challenging white individuals and organizations to acknowledge and end racism.  Our movement’s initial effort is bringing large groups of people together for open exchanges that will encourage authentic unity, address denial and provide further pathways to justice. We believe the relationships created will lead us from conversation to actions that will begin to transform racist structures.
 Please come and bring a friend! The event is free. We ask that everyone RSVP to help estimate space needs: 

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