Reece: Urban League vital

State Representative Alicia Reece of the 33rd District sat down recently for an interview with media students at Woodward Career Technical High School, Bond Hill.

The Greater Cincinnati Urban League is a partner with Cincinnati Public Schools at Woodward. The Afterschool League there provides support to students by offering individual and group tutoring, homework assistance, ACT preparation and college access opportunities. The Urban League has a site coordinator, Deborah Brock-Blanks, at Woodward.

Rep. Reece is a long-time supporter of the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio and one of its two subsidiaries, the Greater Cincinnati Urban League. Rep. Reece most recently helped to secure a $300,000 grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation for additional training in the League’s Construction Connections Program.

Thank you, Rep. Reece.

She is president of the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus and will be among the local legislators attending an open house at the Greater Cincinnati Urban League, 3458 Reading Road, Avondale, from 6-8 p.m., tonight, Nov. 23.

Here is a link to that Woodward High School interview in which she articulates her support for the Urban League in Cincinnati and its many life-changing, transformative programs.

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