Cincinnati Activist Iris Roley to be Inducted into the Ohio Civil Rights Hall of Fame

Roley is being honored for her long history of pushing forward Cincinnati Police reform.

By Madeline Fening

Cincinnati community activist and advocate for police reform Iris Roley is being inducted into the Ohio Civil Rights Hall of Fame. Iris Roley is a founding leader of the Cincinnati Black United Front and the city’s consultant for issues related to the Collaborative Agreement; a set of police-community relationship values outlined between CPD, Cincinnati Black United Front, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and community members in 2002...

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