WIN NEO Holiday Diversity Party Cleveland City Hall Rotunda December 12, 2012
The 3rd annual Holiday Celebration of Cleveland's Diversity was held in the City Hall Rotunda on December 12, 2012. The event was put on by the Worldwide Intercultural Network (WIN) Northeast Ohio in conjunction with the office of Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson.
City Hall Rotunda Christmas Tree
Worldwide Intercultural Network - NEO is a grassroots organization. What began as conversation over coffee ignited the potential of power of diversity. We believe this process, worldwide intercultural networking; will be one of the primary drivers of economic and social transformation for our city and region. It will expand our resources and contacts around the world to grow our businesses and enrich our social lives.
At the 3rd annual party, a diverse crowd sampled ethnic food and drinks, watched multicultural performances, listened and danced to world music and mixed and mingled with the attendees who represented dozens of different cultural backgrounds.
ClevelandPeople.Com was proud to again be a sponsor of the event.
In this short video, Arooj Ashraf, President of WIN-NEO, explained the intercultural efforts of the Cleveland organization and previewed the 3rd annual Holiday Diversity Party in the Rotunda of Cleveland's City Hall
Lynette Stevens, Director of Minority Affairs for the Office of Ohio Governor John Kasich, read a proclamation from the Governor.