Film about RTA and Beavercreek feud wins ‘best feature documentary’

By Will Garbe, Dayton Daily News “Free To Ride,” the documentary about the struggles between the Greater Dayton RTA and the city of Beavercreek, won best feature documentary at the 2017 D.C. Independent Film Festival. A feature-length documentary about the Greater Dayton RTA feud with Beavercreek over access to public transportation premiered at a Washington, … Continue reading »

Film about RTA and Beavercreek feud wins ‘best feature documentary’

Documentary Raises Questions About Transit’s Civil Rights Impact

By Stephanie Beasley for Bloomberg BNA’s Beyond the Hill Is a community obligated to provide public transportation options? And if it doesn’t, is that a civil rights issue? Those are some of the questions at the core of “Free to Ride” a new documentary  produced by the Ohio State University’s Kirwan Institute for the Study … Continue reading »

Documentary Raises Questions About Transit’s Civil Rights Impact

Freedom Center will open lab on unconscious bias

By Mark Curnutte Cincinnati Enquirer “At the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, we challenge and inspire visitors through our exhibits, programs, and community initiatives,” said Richard Cooper, director of museum experiences. “After testing several exhibit layouts, we decided a learning lab was the best approach in communicating the complexities of hidden biases.” The learning lab partner is … Continue reading »

Freedom Center will open lab on unconscious bias

Driving Campus Diversity One Decision at a Time

By Sharon Davies, Published in Liberal Education, There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.—Ernest Hemingway After last year’s record-breaking student activism, many college administrators welcomed the arrival of summer with a sigh of relief. Through marches, rallies, sit-ins, and even food strikes, … Continue reading »

Driving Campus Diversity One Decision at a Time

Study finds significant differences in health care in Wyandotte County neighborhoods

By Mary Rupert, Wyandotte Daily,  A multi-year study of Wyandotte County health has found that there is a significant difference in the level of health care depending on where residents live. The Community Health Council of Wyandotte County and the REACH Healthcare Foundation commissioned the study, which was conducted by the Kirwan Institute of Ohio … Continue reading »

Study finds significant differences in health care in Wyandotte County neighborhoods