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MAY 2024 delegates council meeting

Delegates Council Meeting was held on Wednesday, May 8th, 2024

Iranetta Wright, District Superintendent / CEO of Cincinnati Public School District, was our guest speaker. Her presentation was titled, “Cincinnati Public Schools Students and Their Needs.” Ms. Wright’s bio is available for download below. Missed the meeting? You can view a recording of it on our YouTube Channel below!


MARCC’s Annual Meeting was held on Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

With 62 people in attendance, we welcomed new officers and board members and heard City of Cincinnati Vice Mayor Jan-Michele Kearney speak on community gun violence intervention and affordable housing!

marcc Fall planning conference

The Delegates’ Conference was held on November 16, 2023

Results of their ranking of social concern priorities for 2024 are available below

“To forego the luxury of separate ways when a common path can be found.”

Call to action

MARCC seeks local resolutions informed by the community to improve social concerns that impact the Cincinnati metropolitan area such as housing, displacement, and homelessness; builds better relationships between the community and police and justice reform; and other issues that relate to improving equal access basic to a thriving metropolitan region. At times, we call on the larger public beyond our network of judicatories and delegates to participate in campaigns, events, and other opportunities. Connect with us through our monthly electronic newsletter and visit often to see what’s new.

Our Social Concerns

Justice. Advocacy. Transformation.

Recent Projects

Our organizing efforts improve life for vulnerable residents of Cincinnati. We target policy initiatives that impact housing, healthcare, community-police relations, immigration, and justice reform.


Cairns like the stacked rocks have been used for centuries as landmarks to guide travelers. To see a cairn indicates a common path across an uncertain landscape.  You’re invited to walk the journey with us.