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Gun Violence Prevention Summit 

I am reaching out to ask that you please join us for an upcoming Gun Violence Prevention Summit taking place on Saturday, October 22nd from 9 am – 4 pm. The Summit will be held at Christ Church Cathedral in Downtown, located at 318 E 4th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202.

This is a free event, and all are welcome to participate. Please feel free to share this invitation with your networks!

More information:

The Gun Violence Prevention Summit is co-sponsored by Christ Church Cathedral and Mitch Morris of the Phoenix Program with Cincinnati Works. Programming for the day will include breakout sessions and community discussions regarding safety and gun violence prevention. The breakout sessions will consist of several discussion topics, including an outline of available funding to prevent gun violence, discussion around/examining police data regarding gun violence, a conversation around resources available for victims of gun violence, and a discussion about available mental health support services for those on the front-line combatting gun violence in our community.

The Summit will feature several guest speakers, including Ericka Ford, founder of the New York City Crisis Management System, and Bishop Ennis Tait of Ennis Tait Ministries. The program will also outline resources for those working to combat gun violence in our community, with programmed time dedicated for attendees to network with other attendees, local gun violence prevention advocates, and organizations.

This Summit will be an excellent opportunity to connect with others who share your passion around this work. We hope that you will join us to share your work and experience from your neighborhood and our community.

You can register for the Gun Violence Prevention Summit here: https://cincinnaticathedral.com/gun-violence-prevention-summit

I hope to see you on Saturday October 22nd!


Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney

Join us for a celebratory luncheon, 

State of Metro 2022: The Future Is Now

Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2022

Networking 11 a.m.

Program 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Let’s celebrate historic accomplishments, and recognize individuals and organizations that have been pivotal to Metro’s success, as we look to the future of public transportation and infrastructure in our region. We’ll also take a sneak peek at some of our most exciting improvements yet to come through the Reinventing Metro plan. 

We are honored to host Federal Transit Administration Administrator Nuria Fernandez and the Honorable United States Senator Sherrod Brown as the luncheon’s keynote and featured speakers!

Where: Westin Hotel, 21 East Fifth St, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Voting Help

As the 2022 general election approaches, the partners of the Greater Cincinnati Voter Collaborative (GCVC) would like to ensure that you and your neighbors have everything you need to vote and to help others vote. 

We offer free rides to vote (early and on election day) as well as nonpartisan voter tools and resources

Cincinnati Rides to the Polls

Since 2020, GCVC has been offering free rides to vote during early voting and on election day. Anyone who needs a ride to vote can text RIDECINCY TO 513.281.9955, call 513.204.9743, or visit our website at CincyVotes.org. Here’s a direct link to the ride request form: Cincinnati Rides to the Polls (google.com). Early voting begins October 12th. 

If you or someone you know would like to volunteer to offer rides to votershere’s the link to sign up to be a driver: Greater Cincinnati Voter Collaborative: Cincinnati Rides to the Polls – 2022 General Election Driver Sign Up (signupgenius.com)

Voter Engagement Toolkit

We also offer digital and print-ready resources for voter registration, education, and turnout available to print. National Voter Registration Day is quickly approaching on September 20th and the deadline to register in Ohio is October 11th. 

Do you know anyone who’d like to volunteer with us? 

Join with other nonprofits and community groups to support ongoing voter engagement efforts: register voters, engage with other civic organizations, and help plan events and services. Sign up here.

About GCVC

GCVC works to advance non-partisan civic and electoral engagement in Greater Cincinnati through a collective-empowerment model. We are a growing volunteer-led collaborative partnering with many of the city’s civic-focused nonprofits, including the NAACP, League of Women Voters, ACLU Ohio, Women’s City Club, Delta Sigma Theta, Urban League, Action Tank, and many more

Justin and the GCVC partner team


League of Women Voters Guide


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