Elevate Dayton launching weekly email newsletter focusing on local BIPOC and multicultural events
Elevate Dayton is launching a weekly email newsletter focusing on local BIPOC and multicultural events. The newsletter will also include the outlet’s latest stories.
Select event submissions will appear as feature-length stories on Elevate Dayton.
A calendar will display all of the events on Elevate Dayton’s website. Be sure to check the calendar on a regular basis as it will be consistently updated.
New editions will arrive in subscribers’ inboxes every Monday morning, starting Sept. 13. Event submissions are due by 5 p.m. on Friday to be featured in the following Monday’s newsletter.
Even though the newsletter officially kicks off on Sept. 13, we can still provide information about some upcoming events in the meantime. Check out what’s happening later this week.
Sigma Small Business Week — Dayton’s Beta Xi Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity will be patronizing and highlighting small businesses throughout the Miami Valley the week of Sept. 5-11.
HRC and Dayton Police to host first Know Your Rights and Responsibilities session — As a step in implementing Dayton's police reform recommendations, the Human Relations Council and Dayton Police Department will host the first “Know Your Rights and Responsibilities” session on Thursday, Sept. 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Gem City Market community room.
Sigma Day of Service — Beta Xi Sigma will be doing community service on Saturday, Sept. 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. RSVP: bit.ly/dytdayofservice
The Contemporary Dayton Curator's Tour — Come join a personal tour by The Co's curator, Michael Goodson, of the current contemporary art exhibition on Saturday, Sept. 11 from 2-3 p.m. at 25 W. Fourth St., Dayton, OH, 45402.
There’s several more events on the Elevate Dayton calendar. Head there to learn about Launch Dayton Startup Week, a business development program from Aviatra Accelerators and a five-course dinner benefiting United Way's disaster relief efforts in the coming weeks.
Greater West Dayton Incubator closes out inaugural Gem City Black Business Month — The inaugural Gem City Black Business month has officially wrapped up. Let's take a look back on the final week of events and what organizers are looking forward to for next year.
Dayton-area leaders and organizations rally for voting rights — Dayton-area leaders and organizations are lending their voices and platforms in support of voting rights. They recently participated in the March On For Voting Rights Rally at Grace United Methodist Church.
Elevate Dayton part of partnership helping publishers of color build sustainable business models — Elevate Dayton is one of three publishers of color that are the beneficiaries of a new partnership helping them build sustainable business models. The Multicultural Media & Correspondents Association, Dynasty Consulting and Reynolds Journalism Institute are teaming up in the partnership. Together they will help the publishers of color tap into community development, revitalization and reinvestment funds, and then use those investments to test new revenue strategies and build more sustainable business models.