This event is posted by hosted by NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio and Planned Parenthood Advocates of Ohio.
"At statehouses, town squares, and courthouses across the nation, we will show up to speak out and fight back against this unconstitutional attempt to gut Roe and punish women. After the Day of Action on 5/21, we will meet to rally in Cincinnati on Saturday, May 25. Together we say: Stop the bans!
Ohio has passed more than 20 restrictions on reproductive health since 2011 and there are more popping up left and right. Half of Ohio's abortion clinics have closed in that time, too!
Stand in solidarity with women across the country, the patients of Ohio, to call for a stop to the bans and for decision makers to protect reproductive freedom!"
The Community of Reason is working in collaboration with the local Dayton community and organizers to rally for unity against the hateful message of the Sacred Knights of Indiana.
"This is a peaceful rally to articulate and demonstrate that Dayton is a city that does not tolerate bigotry, racism, sexism, religions intolerance, or any other ideology that denies the inherent dignity of any fellow human being."
If you enjoyed the music at Compassionfest, join us for a full show with Kelly Richey at the Greenwich Tavern in Walnut Hills. Local sensation, she has logged over 1 million miles on the road and has played with some of the biggest names in Blues. She is often referred to a female Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Parking is available on the street or across the street in the parking lot. (same side of Gilbert, food truck parked in lot)
Admission is $10 and includes appetizers.
Join us for a easy to moderate stroll through Devou Park. The hike will begin at the Golf Course and we will walk 2.5 miles through this amazing park with some of the best views of Cincinnati available.
We have 3 options: we can follow the paved path which is easy with some rolling hills, but allows incredible views of the city, we can do a nature walk in the woods, or we can do a mix of both. Feel free to list your preference in comments. Natural terrain will be more moderate and difficult that paved.
After we can enjoy a leisurely lunch at the Devou Park Grill. Dogs are allowed on the patio pooches welcome. As always, hikes are family friendly.
Menu may or may not be updated: https://www.devouparkgolf.com/barandgrill/