Monthly Archive: May, 2012

Saying No to NATO

 By Jim Luken No Meetup this week, but your intrepid boy-reporter has special story from the City by the Lake. Last fall, as the Occupy Wall Street movement was about to hit its… Continue reading

Learning about homelessness at Meritor

By Laura Neeb FLORENCE – Employees from Meritor’s Florence facility participated in the Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition Speaker’s Bureau on Wednesday, April 25th as part of the company’s Global Service Day.  Meritor, Inc.,… Continue reading

National News Briefs

By Jesse Call In Colorado Springs, Colorado, two teenagers allegedly shined a flashlight on a man sleeping in a culvert and then shot him twice before fleeing, KRDO reports. Two of the several… Continue reading

From the Editor: Crowd calls “Shame” on Judge Nadel.

By Jason Dean Since August I have been following and writing on the case of Western & Southern (W&S) versus Cincinnati Union Bethel (CUB) and the Anna Louise Inn (ALI), but the case… Continue reading

From the Director: We Will Win!

By Josh Spring LSW, Executive Director Our work as a Movement to end and prevent homelessness is always an uphill struggle.  It is not easy.  Those that wish to ignore homelessness or work… Continue reading

No room at the Inn

By Jim Luken Meet Mary Carol Melton.  65. Mom. Passionate and outgoing. Executive Vice President Cincinnati Union Bethel (Anna Louise Inn). Mary Carol Melton admits to being surprised by the negative decision regarding… Continue reading

StarfireU celebrates Cincinnati Community

Jeni Jenkins, Streetvibes Staff Writer “And if I can take part in it by transforming my own consciousness, then someone else’s, I’m happy to do it.”  The late comedian and social critic Bill… Continue reading