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about us

My name is Mitch Morris and I have been a community outreach worker in Cincinnati for many years. I go into hot spots to reach people who have no hope, to offer them something different, and to help them find a safe and productive future. My goal is to reduce gun violence on our streets.

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We are excited to have office space in Winton Terrace, so we can offer a range of activities for our neighbors. Our first events have been a job fair for adults and a mentoring event, where we connected accomplished professional women with young women from the neighborhood.

 

Our goal with these events - and all of our events - is to show young people an alternative to the street life. We appreciate the community leaders who have joined us for these events and spent time with our neighbors.

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Mitch Morris and his grandson joined anti-violence advocates from across the country in celebrating the signing of the Safer Communities Act.

 

Mitch was invited to attend an event at the White House on July 11, 2022, to mark the signing of the first major gun legislation in decades. He spent time with Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, and other leaders and activists from across the country.

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Mitch Morris

513-801-8943

513-344-6133

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