YWCA of Greater Cincinnati

While the number of shootings and other violent crimes seems to fluctuate year to year in Cincinnati, as of mid-year violent crime appears to be trending down. Last year City Council allocated $250,000 in human service funding to go toward anti-violence programs. That included in-school violence prevention, coaching and the creation of youth councils.

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According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, one in three women and one in four men have been victims of intimate physical violence in their lifetimes. 

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Stand Against Racism is a YWCA signature campaign to spread awareness about institutional racism. Founded in 2007, the campaign is part of the YWCA’'s larger national goal of eliminating racism.