Category: Racial Equity

October 29, 2021

The Center for Community Solutions Establishes Half Million CCS Endowment Fund for Racial Equity

David B. Miller, Ph.D., M.S.W., M.P.H., Chair of The Center for Community Solutions Board of Directors, “I am pleased to announce that the Board of Directors of The Center for Community Solutions has voted to establish a half million dollar CCS Endowment Fund for Racial Equity to be held at the Cleveland Foundation. Interest earned...

June 18, 2021

Racial equity and reparations are good for everyone

This week marks the Juneteenth holiday. In honor of this important day in American history, several Community Solutions staff members have written about the history of Juneteenth, and every day this week we will share posts about the holiday, the lasting impact of slavery and what structural racism means for Black Americans to this day. Read...

June 17, 2021

Ohio and Juneteenth

This week marks the Juneteenth holiday. In honor of this important day in American history, several Community Solutions staff members have written about the history of Juneteenth, and every day this week we will share posts about the holiday, the lasting impact of slavery and what structural racism means for Black Americans to this day. Read...

June 16, 2021

Juneteenth: Just add it to the list of what we don’t learn in school

This week marks the Juneteenth holiday. In honor of this important day in American history, several Community Solutions staff members have written about the history of Juneteenth, and every day this week we will share posts about the holiday, the lasting impact of slavery and what structural racism means for Black Americans to this day. Read...

June 15, 2021

Juneteenth’s reemergence  

This week marks the Juneteenth holiday. In honor of this important day in American history, several Community Solutions staff members have written about the history of Juneteenth, and every day this week we will share posts about the holiday, the lasting impact of slavery and what structural racism means for Black Americans to this day. Read...

May 10, 2021

Inability to miss work contributes to vaccine hesitancy and likely, lower vaccination rates 

By: Kate Warren, kwarren@communitysolutions.com Taneisha Fair, tfair@communitysolutions.com Loren Anthes, lanthes@communitysolutions.com   With about 41 percent of Ohioans having started the COVID-19 vaccine as of May 7, and weekly vaccinations slowing, it remains important to understand what barriers exist for people to get vaccinated. Attitudes and behaviors around the vaccine are complex, and it would be impossible to pinpoint one...