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  • Weeklong Training: July 13-18, 2014
    Weeklong Training: July 13-18, 2014
    Are you interested in learning how to build power to change your community? OOC is hosting its sixth annual weeklong leadership training at Cincinnati's Xavier University this July. Register online today.
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  • Support a Fair Severance Tax on Fracking
    Support a Fair Severance Tax on Fracking
    Communities in Ohio that are most impacted by fracking are not set to receive their share of severance tax benefits. Make your voice heard: sign CURE's petition to keep wealth in the communities that produced it!
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  • OSA Heads to Freedom50
    OSA Heads to Freedom50
    This week, leaders and organizers are representing Ohio's Freedom Side in Jackson, Mississippi at the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer - part of OSA's 2014 Freedom Summer civic engagement program.
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  • 3,000 Residents Address Infant Mortality in Cincinnati
    3,000 Residents Address Infant Mortality in Cincinnati
    In June, the AMOS Project led a coalition of churches and organizations that welcomed 3,000 Cincinnati residents to offer prayer and action around infant mortality in the city.
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  • UFCW 75 Fights for Living Wages at Walmart
    UFCW 75 Fights for Living Wages at Walmart
    UFCW and OOC leaders joined Walmart workers in Dayton and Cincinnati who walked off the job to protest illegal firings and discipline against their co-workers fighting for living wages and better conditions.
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Who We Are

Formed in 2007, the Ohio Organizing Collaborative is an innovative and experimental statewide organization that unites community organizing groups, labor unions, faith organizations, and policy institutes across the state.

The OOC currently consists of 18 member organizations working in every major metropolitan area across the state. We are a 501c3 non-profit organization with a vision to build a transformative base of power to bring about racial, social and economic equality in Ohio.

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