|INTERETHNIC COUNCIL OF
GREATER CINCINNATI, INC.
The INTERETHNIC COUNCIL OF GREATER CINCINNATI, INC.
(IECGC) is a non-profit corporation and is supported by members
from diverse ethnic and nationality groups. We exist to promote
multicultural awareness, understanding, respect, and harmony
among different ethnic groups and people of various national
origins in Greater Cincinnati.
The idea for creating the IECGC began in mid-1991. After monthly
exploratory conferences, the IECGC was formally set up in March
of 1992 and became incorporated under the laws of the state of
Ohio on June 30, 1992.
The Mission of the
INTERETHNIC COUNCIL OF GREATER CINCINNATI, INC.
To provide a forum for all ethnic and national origin groups,
To educate ourselves and the public,
To promote the values of cultural literacy.
IECGC is further empowered to study community issues and to
develop recommendations to enhance the well-being, respect, and
dignity of all people.
Membership is open to any and all ethnic, nationality, or
community organizations and individuals.
NOTICE: Currently, this non-profit corporation does NOT have
|IECGC Offices & Interethnic Display located in Cincinnati City Hall 1993-2006.
Incorporated since June 30, 1992.
The Interethnic Council of Greater Cincinnati, Inc.
Trustees: Natalie Fair-Albright, John O'Neill, Charleston Wang
The Wanglaw Building
6924 PLAINFIELD ROAD
CINCINNATI, OH 45236-3734
Phone: (513) 313-3228
Fax: (513) 793-7779
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
to Music Hall Cincinnati
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