Wednesday, October 28, 6:30 pm. Forum, Criminal Justice for All: Recommendations for Reform, with David Singleton and Sasha Naiman of the Ohio Justice and Peace Center. View here.
Wednesday, September 16 2020 Collaborative Agreement History and Refresh With Iris Roley and Al Gerhardstein
Wednesday, August 26, 2020, Voting Rights-Then and Now, Katherine Durack, PhD, retired Miami University professor and curator of a recent exhibit at the downtown Public Library,Catherine Turcer, Executive Director of Common Cause Ohio,
February 2020, “Perspectives on Bail: How Does it Work? Is Reform Needed?”: with Dr. Ebony Ruhland, Julie Wilson, William R. Gallagher, and Stephen JohnsonGrove.
Pay Parity is Possible If We Do These Three Things: Nicole Armstrong explains that if we keep advancing at the pace we are now, we won’t see pay parity in the United States until 2058. We won’t see parity in the C-suite for another 100 years. And that’s just for white women. If we are going to achieve pay parity, there are three things we must do.
November 14, 2018, Gender Equity in Cincinnati Employment a ‘Mixed Bag,’ New Analysis Shows: Lucy May reports on our forum about the city’s CEDAW efforts. CLICK HERE to view video of the forum itself.
On October 17, 2018, Woman’s City Club partnered with the League of Women Voters and the Cincinnatus Society to present a forum on charter amendments that voters will see on the ballot. David Mann, Greg Landsman, Carolyn Miller, Dot Christenson, and Don Mooney participated in “Charting the City’s Future: Pros and Cons of Proposed City Charter Amendments.” Here is a link to the video of this engaging and informative session.
On Wednesday, September 17, 2018 Woman’s City Club welcomed a full audience to learn about and participate in a conversation about the pros and cons of Issue 1, the Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment, and Rehabilitation Amendment. The question addressed was, “Can we improve community health and safety by reducing the prison population?” A full report appears in the October Bulletin.
Included recent interviews with opponents, interviews with issue proponents just before the start of the forum, and clips of panelists’ statements during the program.
Woman’s City Club’s 2018 Women’s Economic, Mental, and Physical Health Expo on Fountain Square. Video shows Pone Dancers at the conclusion. Over 25 organizations participated in this event.
CLICK HERE for Fox News interview “Woman’s City Club to host 24th annual National Speaker Forum,” March 28, 2017.
At the March 23 2018 Thriving Cincinnati Forum, Women’s Leadership in the Labor Movement: panel discusses the strong advantages of such roles. Women leaders help ensure strong, vital unions that provide a livable wage and benefits for their members.
October 10, 2016, Violence: Interventions that Work: A panel representing law enforcement, community and a social service agency spoke to us about interventions and methods they use to track and prevent violence. Lieutenant Colonel Maris Herold from University of Cincinnati Police; Captain Lisa Davis from District 1, Cincinnati Police; Ozie Davis from the Avondale Youth Council and Development Corporation; and Fredda McGoff of Lighthouse Youth Services.
March, 2015, Woman’s City Club: 100 Years of Service: A special video made for showing at the Centennial gala covers the Woman’s City Club from 1915 to 2015.
Thursday, September 25, 2015, Cincinnati in Africa: A discussion with Village Life Outreach Project Inc. Founder and Chairman Dr. Christopher Lewis and Dr. Victoria Wulsin, who works in to prevent HIV/AIDS prevention. See SOTENI for more information about its two-week safari-cum-anthropology trip, “Karibu Kenya.”
Tuesday August 26, 2015, Forum on Preschool Promise: with Greg Landsman, Stephanie Byrd, and John Pepper.
October 29, 2014, Discussion with Judge Nathaniel Jones and Marian Spencer.