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Did you know Cincinnati has the 2nd highest child poverty rate in the nation.

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital ranks in the top 3 hospitals in the nation.
Yet the life expectancy for children in the surrounding neighborhoods is more than

If you are born poor in Cincinnati you’ll likely remain poor.

In 2013, The New York Times listed Cincinnati as one of the least economically mobile cities in the nation.



OF PEOPLE INCARCERATED IN HAMILTON COUNTY ARE BLACK. ONLY 26% OF THE COUNTY’S POPULATION IS BLACK.

The power systems and structures of Greater Cincinnati
are conspiring against the poor and people of color.

We are faith communities linking arms to say,

“NOT IN OUR CITY”

The is a network of congregations organizing and mobilizing with

THE MOST VULNERABLE IN OUR CITY.

We Wont Stop

until all the systems are working toward the success of every child and person of every race in Cincinnati.

  • We are fighting to transform the unjust Hamilton County Justice system.

  • We are fighting to get all of our kids in quality preschool.

  • We are fighting to raise minimum wage to over $10/hr.

We are the resistance. We are the change.

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