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The report, completed by national research group PolicyLink and the University of Southern California’s Program for Environmental and Regional Equity, was commissioned by the All-In Cincinnati Equity Coalition, a group comprised of representatives from the AMOS Project, the Child Poverty Collaborative, the Black United Front, Cincinnati Union Cooperative Initiative, the City of Cincinnati Human Relations Commission, the City of Cincinnati Economic Inclusion Department, the City of Cincinnati Health Department and a number of other groups.

All-In Cincinnati is funded by the Greater Cincinnati Fund, United Way and Interact for Health. The group will hold a panel discussion Oct. 19 featuring elected officials, community leaders and PolicyLink President Michael McAfee as it launches what the group calls a “long-term equity strategy” for Hamilton County to address the findings of the report.

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