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Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016, 6:30 pm.  WCC forum: “Street Violence: Interventions That Work.” First Unitarian Universalist Church, 536 Linton Street, Cincinnati, OH 45219.

Friday, Oct 21 6:30 to 8:30 pmWhat Cuba Can Teach America about Organic Farming, St. John’s Unitarian Universalist Church, 320 Resor, Clifton

Crossroads, 3500 Madison Rd,

To see calendar of WCC committee meetings and events
  Click here.Sunday, December 11, 2016 1:00 pm  
FEIST-TEA FUNDRAISER AND AWARDS PROGRAM Honoring “Feisty Women” and New Member Reception Kennedy Heights Arts Center , 6546 Montgomery Rd .


WHAT WE DO:  WCC initiates community conversations, brings people together, educates people on local issues and moves people to action consistent with our values .  

We are the expert conveners, collaborators and facilitators for our local community.  We make things happen.

WCC employs a four-step process: Educate to inform. Inform to engage. Engage to empower. Empower
to influence.

Attendees at City Conversations February 16

Civil rights activist Christina Brown leads a city conversations discussion of Black Lives Matter in February 2016.

The Woman’s City Club endorses crucial local tax levies on the November 2016 ballot

WCC believes these levies will support its vision of a resilient neighborhoods, healthy citizens, thriving families, and children on positive trajectories to finish school and succeed.  We urge people living in Hamilton County to vote for the levies in November.
  • The Cincinnati Public Schools/Preschool Promise levy:  Supports a strong start and a strong future for Cincinnati’s children, and is an important component of the city’s anti-poverty program. 
  • The Hamilton County Children’s Services levy: Supports continued provision of mandated services that protect children in cases of child abuse, neglect, and dependency and preserve families. It will allow the agency to help the increasing number our county’s children and families  damaged by the opioid epidemic, family instability, poverty, and neighborhood violence. 
  • The Hamilton County Great Park Levy: Supports the maintenance and operations at the 21 parks and nature preserves (17,000 acres) , which enhance our quality of life and health.
  • Go to p. 7, of  the 2016 September-October Bulletin to learn details about these levies — how much they are for and how the funds will be spent.

To educate, empower, and engage the citizens of Greater Cincinnati to participate together in promoting the common good.

A just and sustainable community where all citizens are engaged as informed stakeholders in the shaping of our shared future. 

Collaboration * citizen empowerment * civic literacy * equity and  justice * thriving families * children and youth prepared for self-sufficiency and citizenship * sustainable neighborhoods

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What’s New?
2016 September-October Bulletin

What  is Thriving Cincinnati?
Click here for answer

Click here for COLUMN — Woman’s City Club shows what determined women can accomplish over 100 years.

Learn More about Woman’s City Club  Click here to see Centennial video.

Centennial Books: “Lighting the Way” and “Stirring the Pot”  Click here to order


Inclusion forum 6.17.16Maurice Harris of Push Pop Media moderates a Thriving Cincinnati event June 2016,  a gathering for WCC members and the community to discuss  challenges of inclusion in a changing economy .  BELOW: Participants are engrossed in discussion.

Thriving Cincinnati Inclusion forum 6.17.16

 Education Awards 2016Front row left to right: Mary Wells, C.J. Pierce, Award winners Kristen Dalrymple, Ashley Meeks and Hemem Aklilu, behind, Helen O’Neal and Mary Ronan.

Agnes Seasongood Luncheon
Photos from the event

Read the student essays, recommendations
and charities they support