To mark the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act, The Fair Housing Center and the Ohio Diversity Council will conduct an educational summit about the history, present struggles, and future of fair housing in Ohio.
17 Toledo-area yoga and fitness studios have joined together as ONE, in collaboration with ProMedica, to host an outdoor yoga festival, Sunday, September 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Promenade Park. The all-day event, featuring yoga and meditation, fitness workshops, cooking demonstrations, wellness seminars, vendors, and other activities to promote a healthy lifestyle.
Below is a list of our staff, members of “the media,” a group that our President has deemed to be “among the most dishonest people on earth.”
The City of Toledo, Metroparks Toledo and various local organizations have partnered with Charleston-based Gotcha Bikes to bring 100 bicycles and 18 docking stations to Toledo this summer.
People came together on July 28 for a block party and dedication ceremony sponsored by the church, with support from the Art’s Commission and the city’s Sustainability Commission, a group of local advocates educating and promoting sustainability.
Below is a list of our staff, members of “the media,” a group that our President has deemed to be
“among the most dishonest people on earth.”
Ohio has increased access to services for victims of human trafficking by providing more than $5 million in federal Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) funding to organizations and agencies that serve survivors of human trafficking, according to the 2017 Human Trafficking Commission Annual Report., continuing efforts across the state through education and victim services. Project
The Lucas County Trauma-Informed Care Coalition works to ensure that people who have experienced trauma receive needed empathy and care. Dr. Adrienne Fricker-Elhai and Alicia Komives, advisory coalition board members, have seen positive changes in the effort to make our community more trauma-informed through training sessions.