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About the Human Relations Commission
The Human Relations Commission is an advisory body, not a decision-making body. They meet to discuss Lansing’s diverse citizenship and ideas for ensuring that all kinds of people feel welcome in community, business, and government. Their recommendations go to the Village Board of Trustees, who decide what actions to take.
- Human Relations Commission holds first meeting
- Affirming diversity
- Lansing Voices: Affirming diversity by adapting our institutions
On The 3 Goals that is listed on the agenda I would like to recommend that we teach to our youth
Goal 4: To obey the request by a law enforcement officer and respect them instead of immediately calling them ‘racist’ for doing the job
This will cut back 90% of all unnecessary conflicts between those who protect the citizens and those who are causing harm to our community
Organizations like this just stir up tensions between citizens and the police. Nothing more nothing less
If you want to stop racism stop talking about it all the time
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