Tag Archives: City – Feature

Justice for All

J4MW partners with ABLE to help migrant workers in Ohio There are approximately 900,000 female farmworkers in the U.S., many of whom face challenges that are much different than those of their male counterparts, including fear of retribution for reporting sexual harassment in the workplace, for demanding equal pay for equal work, and for addressing

All Aboard! May 4th is Toledo’s 12th National Train Day

On May 10, 1869, the Transcontinental Railroad was completed in Utah, as the first rails spanning the entire continent were joined with the driving of a symbolic golden spike completing the project. The 150th anniversary of that event will be honored as part of Toledo’s 12th annual National Train Day celebration at Martin Luther King

Special Election February 26

Two controversial Toledo City charter amendments put to a vote Two much-discussed and hard-fought-for amendments to the Toledo City Charter will be put before voters as part of a special election on February 26. The initiatives on the ballot include efforts to Keep the Jail Downtown Toledo, which if passed would require that any new