Presentation: The Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC)

Presentation: The Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC)

This session provides an overview of the Ohio Civil Rights Commission with a focus on Title III of the ADA – How to spot violations and how to get them corrected

The Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC) was established July 29, 1959 by the Ohio Legislature. The powers, duties, jurisdiction, practices and procedures of the Commission are specified in the Ohio Revised Code, Chapter 4112. The primary function of The Ohio Civil Rights Commission is to enforce state laws against discrimination. OCRC receives and investigates charges of discrimination in employment, places of public accommodation, housing, credit, and disability in higher education on the bases of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, ancestry, military status or familial status.

Monday October 7th, 2019 – 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM

Presenter will be:  OCRC Staff: Ronnell Tomlinson, Director of Housing Enforcement and Mediation for the office of the Ohio Civil Rights Commission

Hosted by and Presented at: Access Center for Independent Living

New Location: Miami Valley Housing Opportunity: (Located inside on the first floor)

907 West Fifth Street / Suite 100 / Dayton, Ohio 45402

(937)341-5202 voice, (937)341-5217 fax, 711 Ohio Relay

 

PLEASE RSVP 

Call (937) 341-5202 voice, Email: maria.matzik@acils.com, or 711 Ohio Relay

Ask for Maria Matzik ext. 1007 / Space is limited! Register early!

If you cannot keep your registration, please call to cancel!

Sign Language Interpreters and materials in alternative format: Available upon request. Please request interpreter service and alternative format at least 1 week prior to event.

(937) 341-5202 voice or 711 Ohio Relay / Ask for Maria Matzik ext. 1007 / Email: maria.matzik@acils.com

The Access Center is a fragrance-free environment.  We ask that you refrain from wearing cologne and scented products out of consideration for people with chemical sensitivities and breathing problems.  We do our best to provide an environment that everyone can feel comfortable in.

Bus and Parking Info: Bus AccessClosest bus route is #8. South Passengers can get off at Norwood and Mound.  The street sign for W. 5th is visible from there.  Go to the corner that shows the W. 5th street sign and cross over the street. The building is right there: Miami Valley Housing Opportunity (The Access Center is located inside on the first floor)

For guests who drive: There is FREE parking in the parking lot of the building

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