United Way of Greater Cleveland and NAACP Cleveland branch present 10-part series of Community Conversations about the Cleveland Consent Decree and Police Reform

January 29, 2021

First discussion led by retired Cleveland Judge Ronald Adrine with panelists instrumental to the implementation of the mandates identified in the 2015 Consent Decree. NEWS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CLEVELAND (January 27, 2021) – The NAACP Cleveland Branch and United Way of Greater Cleveland today presented the first in a 10-part series of Community Conversations about the […]

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United Way of Greater Cleveland Hosts Virtual Annual Meeting with Key Local and National Leaders to Discuss Recovery and Stabilization Plan for Community

September 11, 2020

United Way and its partners shed further light on the issues perpetuating the generational cycle of poverty in Greater Cleveland, including systemic racism.

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Sound of Ideas: Cleveland Launches Right-To-Counsel Program for Eviction Cases

June 30, 2020

The Right-to-Counsel initiative guarantees legal representation in eviction cases to low-income households with at least one child.

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Freshwater Cleveland: Government, nonprofits working to prevent wave of evictions in Cleveland

Cleveland Municipal Court’s Housing Court reopened last Monday, June 15, after a three-month moratorium on evictions, a tidal wave of evictions may be coming.

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