Farmworkers were rebuffed again by Kroger and Wendy’s but persist with a program to advance the rights of workers and to address the ethical supply chain concerns of retailers.
Florida farmworkers seeking better pay, working conditions, and labor protections asked Kroger to join the Fair Food Program.
Racism is about power, not ignorance. It is infinitely adaptable. It comes in fitted suits as well as flowing sheets, in well-appointed faculty lounges as well as smoke-filled dive bars.
~Nichole Hemmer, U.S. News, The Renaissance of Intellectual Racism, April 17, 2017
By Amanda Emerson, NKU Journalist Intern, email@example.com
Early retired Mason cop Derek Bauman may be known as the city’s “go-to guy” for promoting the new streetcar but now he’s making a run for Cincinnati City Council.
“I think he would be an amazing city council member,” said Chris Seelbach, a council member for Cincinnati since 2011. “I know Derek to get things done.”
John Pepper, the former Procter & Gamble executive and board chairman, urges readers to “face our own challenges today” by “holding fast to our deepest values” following the example of Britain in World War II.
A crowd reported to number about 5,000 found solidarity, pride, and comfort in themes of social justice and […]
The artist Shepard Fairey has launched a ‘We the People’ campaign of inspiring images representing groups targeted by […]
Marchers–perhaps 2,000–gathered on Jan. 16 at the Freedom Center, then marched up Vine Street to Fountain Square to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and to renew themselves to the King dream and the unfinished business of the nation’s creed that all are created equal.
People who give their time and talent for neighbors with no expectation of reward deserve to be recognized (“Neighbors who care” Dec. 28, Tri-County Community Press). Neighborliness makes the community a better place for all of us.