The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, founded in 1905, is the fifth oldest legal aid organization in the country, and still serves as a national model for similar societies. Legal Aid’s mission is to secure justice and resolve fundamental problems for those who are low income and vulnerable by providing high quality legal services and working for systemic solutions.
Legal Aid’s 51 attorneys and 1600 volunteer lawyers work represent clients in court and help others solve legal issues at the many Brief Advice Clinics throughout the year and across Northeast Ohio. Each year, Legal Aid serves nearly 23,000 people in the community in a variety of cases dealing with civil issues such as:
Cleveland offers the following regular salsa venues:
Information provided by Ed Wasp
Every Thursday, Salsa Thursdays are held at Latin Soul Ballroom, 6902 Pearl Rd., Suite 201, Middlebugh Heights, 9 – 11:30pm.
Every Friday, Tropical Cleveland has a salsa night at the Fortress Nightclub, 1360 West 9th Street (on the corner of St Clair) in Cleveland’s West 6th / West 9th downtown entertainment district. Salsa lessons start at 9pm. DJ to follow. Every Friday, Salsa and Ceviche has a salsa night at the Europa Lounge, 30519 Pinetree Rd., Pepper Pike. Salsa lessons at 8:30, DJ to follow.
In August 2009, Mayor Frank G. Jackson convened the first Sustainable Cleveland 2019 Summit to bring together hundreds of people interested in applying the principles of sustainability to the design of the local economy.
No solo las mujeres estamos interesadas en el mundo de la moda y Shamir Oglesby es un ejemplo de ello. El maestro de la escuela superior James Ford Rhodes se percató que no había actividades extracurriculares para las jóvenes.
The Cleveland Division of Police and Bureau of Community Present: RAD, which is a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques. It is a comprehensive self-defense course for women high school age and above. That begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction
The Ohio Commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs is pleased to announce a campaign to register 10,000 Ohio Latinos to vote by the 2012 elections. The campaign will kick off with the start of Hispanic Heritage Month September 15th and run through the end of Hispanic Heritage