Join us for "Starting Point: Creating Common Ground for Conversations Around Difference," as we gather to discuss the role and influence of diversity in our communities. Our goal is to create a space for reflection and dialogue on the ways that we engage conversations around elements of diversity. We look forward to joining together to share experiences and ideas towards creating common ground around diversity, difference, and connection.
Join Better Together Solar to discuss issues around energy justice, pollution, carbon emissions and job creation. We will be discussing issues including the closure of the Lake Shore Power Plant, proposed subsidies for the region's nuclear fleet, LEED co's offshore wind energy development plans and how we can transform the electric grid in Ohio.
In many Cleveland neighborhoods, these are dangerous times. What can residents and community leaders do to ensure our children are safe and not engaged in risky behaviors during after-school hours? What role should schools, government and nonprofits play in keeping youth out of harm's way?
Several area nonprofits collaborated to start the “Cuyahoga County Immigration Legal Services Fund” thru the Cleveland Foundation. This fund will assist nonprofits in expanding programs that provide free or low cost legal services to immigrants in our community who are at risk of being removed/deported from the United States. Join us to discuss how can we market this fund to government, corporate, and individual donors in order to grow the amount of funds available for use by nonprofits. This is
Our conversation will be "How Can I Lift Up My Neighborhood? In addition to adult conversations we will have space for kid friendly conversations and crafts. There will also be a Neighbor Up Network Action Clinic Team available to help people develop plans to move their ideas from conversations to actions.
Cleveland Metroparks: Connecting local communities for the past 100 years. Join us to discuss how we can work together to connect communities for the next 100 years.
Glenville and University Circle neighbors are invited to a common ground discussion over brunch in the heart of University Circle. What do you like about University Circle? How do you want to use the Circle? Share your experience in University Circle and what you’d like to see happen in the future. Explore these questions and more as we connect with one another and foster relationships for further community partnerships.
The Greater Cleveland Aquarium and Sustainable Cleveland invite you to join us with a view of the River for a conversation around the reduction of single use disposable plastic, specifically plastic bags, plastic water bottles and plastic straws. Afterwards, step inside to see fashions from Recycled Runway and receive a $5 discount coupon to stay and visit the Aquarium for the rest of the day.
How can the arts and arts-based entrepreneurship help rebuild communities? What does job creation through the arts look like in your community? How can communities support artists and give them a podium for social change? Cosmic Bobbins, a social enterprise in Shaker Square invites community members to think about creativity as a source of neighborhood revitalization.
The Coventry site has a rich history in Cleveland Heights. We would like the opportunity to have a community discussion to see how we can find common ground in regards to the possible future development of this site!
Join us to discuss ”What can we do to create a more equitable and resilient community?” and “What is the history of the LGBTQ Community."
Gather with us in Glenville to discuss how you will contribute to the continued growth of Glenville.
Join us for dessert and conversation about the strengths and challenges of our community and how we might work together to bring our shared dreams into reality.
Share a meal with diverse members of the local community at Hispanic Alliance parking lot, 3110 West 25th Street, (entrance off Clark St), for a genuine and lively discussion regarding La Villa Hispana. Come be our special guest, and find out more about La Villa Hispana, and to express yourself as an engaged resident.
Join us for coffee, cookies and conversation about changing the face of aging in Northeast Ohio. Explore how we as a community can create a platform for older adults to continue giving back and to tap into their collective intellectual capital.
Ohio City is one of Cleveland’s most diverse neighborhoods and we are constantly striving to unite as a community. Join neighbors and guests for a potluck meal to discuss how we can create a welcoming neighborhood for all residents, businesses and visitors. We encourage guests to share an experience that has made or would make them feel welcome in a neighborhood.
Join us for an intergenerational discussion regarding our youth in Cleveland and reaching social justice led by Plymouth Church and Shaker Heights High School Youth, EYEJ: Empowering Youth, Exploring Justice and Plymouth Church’s Peace & Justice Committee.
Discuss the future of transportation in the Cleveland region. Log-on to GohioCommute.com/noaca for all your commuting options!
Join us for a discussion regarding the role that the arts can play within a community in relation to the main Common Ground question: "What can we do together to create a more equitable and resilient community?" Free continental breakfast will be provided by courtesy of Euclid Hospital. Pre-Registration is required. #CommondGroundCLE
Join us to discuss how to close the Word Gap and promote The Power of Parent Talk. Brain development happens rapidly during the first 3 years of life, in fact 85% of all development happens during these first years. Brain growth happens when children hear words and start to form a relationship with the word. However, studies show that a child from an affluent family hears 30 million more words than a child from a low-income family by age 4. What is going on in the greater Cleveland area to addre
Statistical data demonstrates that unless something is done to intervene in an offenders life, they will struggle to become productive citizens in our communities and eventually return to the justice system. Join us as the Euclid Comprehensive Center hosts a Common Ground discussion on the various barriers and obstacles pertaining to successful reentry and employment opportunities. Dinner will be provided and registration is required.
There are lots of reasons residents love their neighborhoods; there are also many ways in which we can improve to better serve our community. Join us to answer the question, “What can we do to help Cleveland neighborhoods thrive?”
Join us for food and conversation about what steps we can take to solve the opioid crisis in our community. Refreshments will be served.
Join us for a barbeque and conversation about how we support refugees and immigrants coming into our community.
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