Towards equitable investments for addressing the challenges and needs of older African Americans in the State of Ohio is a mixed methods study sponsored by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. This report explores the landscape of older African American vulnerability at the state level, producing the first online statewide older adult vulnerability mapping tool.
This fall, the Kirwan Fall Forum Series makes a return with co-sponsored events with The Ohio State University Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, The Race, Inclusion and Social Equality initiative at The Ohio State University, Kirwan Institute, The John Glenn College of Public Affairs and The College of Food Agricultural and En
The Kirwan Institute’s Executive Director Dr. Ange-Marie Hancock was featured in Ohio State News discussing the Institute’s upcoming 20th anniversary and her plans for charting the Kirwan Institute’s future.
With support from AmeriCorps, the federal agency for volunteering and service, MBK Ohio works with community partners across the state to advance statewide programmatic coordination in education and workforce development for low-income youth and their families.
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We are thrilled to share that Ange-Marie Hancock has accepted our offer to serve as executive director of the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity. Her appointment will begin January 1, 2023.