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In case you missed us in the news
Local 12’s Brad Underwood interviewed Center Co-Director of Research Chris Nicak and Center board member and African American Chamber President & CEO Eric Kearney as part of a story about the Center’s current work to measure the economic impact of Black-owned businesses in the Tristate, and to compile a directory of those businesses. We’re proud that our research team is doing this important work!
Local 12 interviewed Center Co-Director of Research Chris Nicak about the Center’s recent research on behalf of the Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation into the “cliff effect”. The “cliff effect” occurs when a household loses eligibility for public assistance programs after its income surpasses the threshold set by federal poverty guidelines. Unfortunately, sometimes the bump in income isn’t worth as much as the value of those lost benefits.
Center Co-Director of Research Chris Nicak was interviewed by Local 12 in a story about the “mass evictions” that could be coming, once eviction courts re-open. It’s another devastating economic ripple effect of the pandemic, and it could be an especially critical situation for Greater Cincinnati.
Local 12 covered the special diploma delivery to Dohn Community High School Class of 2020 graduates, after an in-person graduation ceremony wasn’t possible because of the pandemic. We’re proud of the work our researchers did this spring to demonstrate the economic impact of those Dohn graduates. You’ll find a link to our research in the story.
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