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Myaamiaki: Today and Yesterday
The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma is a vibrant sovereign nation based in Northeast Oklahoma, but with ongoing ties to their pre-removal homelands in what are today the states of Kansas, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. In this presentation George Ironstrack will give an overview of the Miami Tribe today and summarize the history of his community with an eye to creating an understanding of the challenges facing Myaamiaki ‘Miami Indians.’ Historically, Myaamia leaders sought to protect their nation by being good neighbors with the non-Indigenous communities that settled near them. The Myaamia community works to continue this practice today through education.
Removing the Redline: What is Redlining, and Why Does it Matter Today?
Kristina Scott, CEO of Learn to Earn Dayton, works at the intersection of policy and practice to break down barriers to prosperity. She joined Learn to Earn Dayton in September 2020. She will address why are communities like Dayton so often racially segregated? How did our neighborhoods form the way they did? And how does this affect employment, education, policing, health care, and other aspects of life? Learn to Earn Dayton, the Dayton Metro Library, and a host of community partners are hosting Undesign the Redline, a visually compelling exhibit tracing how discriminatory New Deal housing policies impact social issues we face today. We invite you to learn the history, make the connections and understand the stories. You will be able to place yourself on the map and reflect on whether it benefitted or harmed you. You will also discover actionable opportunities to make a difference in creating a more equitable future.
The State of Bail Reform
Presently, the United States incarcerates more of its citizens than any other country in the world. Every evening, 500,000 people languish in jail convicted of precisely nothing and presumed innocent as they await trial. Greatly contributing to this mass incarceration is the use of cash or money bail. Individuals presumed innocent stay in jail because they cannot afford to purchase their pretrial freedom. The Columbus Dispatch has likened our bail system to debtor’s jail. Judge Steven Dankof has begun a cashless bail program for pretrial defendants assigned to his docket for nonviolent low-level felonies. Judge Dankof has been on the forefront of the statewide effort toward bail reform, which has resulted in new Ohio Supreme Court rules expanding bail reform. Judge Dankof will talk about the problems the courts still face and his innovative approaches to finding solutions. Judge Dankof was appointed to the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court General Division in 2010 and was re-elected in 2014 and again in 2020.
Winsupply’s Growth in Dayton and Beyond: How the Next Generation is Delivering the American Dream to More Entrepreneurs
Winsupply is an “entrepreneurial machine” that’s grown rapidly in recent years. But what does Winsupply’s rapid growth mean for its future in Dayton? Learn how Winsupply, founded in 1956, is sustaining its unique philosophy and business model as it passes the baton to the next generation – and where this $4 billion soon to be $5 billion dollar in annual sales wholesaler of construction materials is going next.
Chief Richard Biehl has retired as Dayton’s Chief of Police after 13 1/2 years on the job. It is indeed an honor to have Chief Biehl visit us today and discuss the concept of Mindfulness and explore its role in helping him maintain equanimity & stability in his role as Chief and as well during his 43+ years of public and community service.
Which Cheddar is Better?
Rotarian Annie Foos, Owner, of St Anne’s Cheese Co will be our speaker. We will be tasting the Saxonshire Cheese which is 5 flavors of English Cheddar. Rotarians will have the opportunity to guess which Cheddar is Better and Annie will discuss the science/story behind each cheese during her talk. She will also share how she became a cheesemaker and her family history. Rotarians will have the opportunity to take the Rotary Cheese Quiz because every Cheese Adventure starts with a Cheese Quiz. Come and find out how Annie and St. Anne’s Cheese Co is changing the world one nibble of cheese at a time.