Out and about in October: News from Policy Matters
Posted October 05, 2016 in eNews
Justice: Our executive director Amy Hanauer joins president Randi Weingarten of the American Federation of Teachers, the Reverend Jawanza Colvin of Cleveland’s Olivet Institutional Baptist Church, president Tom Steyer of NextGen Foundation, and the Reverend Tony Minor to discuss economic, educational, environmental and social justice, Friday, October 7 at noon at Cleveland State University’s Student Center, Room 313. Register here.
Voice: Outreach coordinator, Daniel Ortiz will facilitate a free, bilingual session at Convención Hispana called “Make Your Voice Heard,” with staff from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections. Register here for this event at Max Hayes High School on Saturday, October 8 at 9:30 a.m.
Economy: Amy also joins Ohio Voice, Cleveland Jobs with Justice and other immigration leaders to discuss the multiple costs of mass deportation on Thursday, October 6 at 10 a.m. at Trinity Commons.
Philanthropy: Development manager Cynthia Connolly will speak at Leadership Ashtabula County philanthropy day luncheon at Kent State University Ashtabula on October 14 about changes in philanthropy.
Debate: Amy Hanauer took on Ohio’s anti-worker think tank in a lively debate on Karen Kasler’s “The State of Ohio” television show. Watch now.