"Let us then pursue what makes for peace and for mutual upbuilding." -Romans 14:19
People interested in issues confronting the Greater Cincinnati community are regulars at the cathedral's Community Issues Forum from September through May. It takes place in the cathedral's forum room every other Thursday at noon. The forums are free and open to all, and all programs include time for questions and answers. Attendees may bring their own lunch or buy one at the cathedral for $5.50.
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Thursday, April 24
"Fracking In Ohio: Why should you care?" with speakers Allison Auciello, Ohio Organizer for Food & Water Watch, and James O' Reilly, Professor of Law and Public Health, University of Cincinnati.
Thursday, May 8
“Building Community with Affordable Housing: A walking tour of Over-The-Rhine”
This off-site forum will provide an opportunity to see as well as hear about successful affordable housing projects in Over-the-Rhine. The leaders of this walking tour will be Mary Burke Rivers, Executive Director, Over-the-Rhine Community Housing, and Bobby Maly, Senior Partner, Model Management. Further information concerning address, parking and other important logistics to be announced.
Thursday, May 22
“Responses to the Heroin Epidemic in Greater Cincinnati,” with speakers Ann Barnum, Senior Program Officer, Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, and additional panelists (TBA).