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Recent Activities

A CHANGE OF PACE FOR THE WCC BOOK CLUB!

Meet and discuss:HOME FIRE: a novel
November 18 at 10 amHome of Jan Seymour Call 513-751-0100 to RSVP and directions

Kamila Shamsie’s explosive new novel, longlisted for this year’s Man Booker
Prize, is a bold retelling of Sophocles’ “Antigone,” set in contemporary
London, in Amherst, MA, and in the Middle East. Through the complex saga
of Pakistani family straddling worlds, the novel plays freely with Sophocles’
drama but hews to its themes: civil disobedience, fidelity, and the law,
especially as regards burial rights. New York Times, Aug. 8, 2017

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Conversations with CPS board candidates forum in October

This was one of a series of candidate events presented in collaboration with multiple non-partisan organizations in the fall of 2017. To help voters make their choices, the public and the candidates were invited to meet together in a series of small group conversations.  Candidates moved from group to group, each time addressing a question and discussing it with 6-8 citizens at a table. The rule of engagement was:  “Participants listen; candidates listen. Everyone learns!”

 

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, November 21, 7 pm, Ellen Hall Room at First Unitarian Church, 536 Linton Street, 42519: City Conversations – “Climate Choices: How Should We Meet The Challenges of a Warming Planet?”

Wednesday, November 29, 11:30 am – 1 pm, Venice-on-Vine Pizza 1301 Vine St., 45202.  Holiday Giving Lunch, 1301 Vine St., Over the Rhine

Sunday, December 3:  Kennedy Heights Arts Center Annex, 6546 Montgomery Rd., 1:30 pm.  Feist-Tea fundraiser

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OUR MISSION:
To educate, empower, and engage the citizens of Greater Cincinnati to participate together in promoting the common good.
OUR VISION:
A just and sustainable community where all citizens are engaged as informed stakeholders in the shaping of our shared future.
OUR VALUES:
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 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.

Tuesday, November 21, 7 pm,
Ellen Hall Room at First Unitarian Church, 536 Linton Street, 42519
City Conversations – “Climate Choices: How Should We Meet The Challenges of a Warming Planet?”