12:30 p.m. - 2 p.m. - Luncheon and Presentation of the Making Democracy Work Award to Lydia and Noel Morgan.
Parking is available at the Garfield Garage located on W. 9th Street.
Making Democracy Work Award
League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area was very proud to be giving out our second Making Democracy Work Award at this event. The Making Democracy Work Award is presented to an organization, individual or couple who have empowered citizens to shape better communities.
For their accomplishments, LWVCA was honored to present Lydia and Noel Morgan with our 2018 Making Democracy Work Award!
Video from 2017's Making Democracy Work Award Presentation
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The League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area Education Fund is a nonpartisan public policy educational organization, which builds citizen participation in the democratic process, studies key community issues at all government levels in an unbiased manner, and enables people to seek positive solutions to public policy issues through education and conflict management. We believe in respect for individuals, the value of diversity, the empowerment of the grassroots, and the power of collective decision making for the common good.
The League of Women Voters was created out of the women's suffrage movement and was formed quickly after women gained the right to vote in 1920. While our name connects to our history, the League works to educate and empower all voters.
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