Human Rights Commission
The Human Rights Commissions purpose shall be to:
(1) Improve the life of city by enlisting individuals and community-based groups in educational programs and campaigns to increase mutual self-respect, harmonious intergroup relations and the peaceful enjoyment of life in our diverse community;
(2) Assist persons in the city who believe that their human or civil rights, as defined by existing local, commonwealth and federal law, have been violated in the city, by offering voluntary and independent mediation for all parties concerned in a confidential setting, and informing such people of the local, commonwealth and federal agencies available to address their grievances; and..."
(3) Work with all city departments, including the school department, commissions and boards, to increase compliance with appropriate local, commonwealth and federal laws and to raise the level of awareness and sensitivity to human rights issues in municipal business with the public.
Email inquiries may be directed to email@example.com.
Agendas & Minutes
|First Name||Last Name||Address||Title||Term to Expire|
|Sarah||Mitchell Peck||54 Summer Street #1||2/14/2022|
|Toni F.||Borge||8 Wheelers Point Road||2/14/2022|
|Maiuza||Alves||33 Trask Street||2/14/2023|
|Nicole||Richon Schoel, LHMC||19 Pleasant Street||2/14/2021|
|Jennifer||Beloff||19 Exchange Street||2/14/2023|
|Paul||Wasserman||1191 Washington St||Vice Chair||2/14/2023|
|Hannah||Kimberley||15 South Kilby Street||Chair||2/14/2023|