By Seth Kinker, email@example.com
The Chelsea Human Rights Commission (HRC) welcomed a new member and planned for their presentation to the community during the Jun. 5 meeting.
As part of their survey results that were examined last year, one part of the HRC’s plan for 2019 is to present the results of that survey to the community.
On Jun. 5 the HRC continued planning for that presentation, planned for Jun. 25 at 6 p.m. in the McKune room at the Chelsea District Library.
Per a release from the HRC: “The Chelsea Human Rights Commission would like to share the results of the community survey it undertook last year. The survey was intended to gauge community attitudes on human rights and social justice and specifically how they apply to the City and surrounding area.”
Please join them for the presentation and discussion on Tuesday, June 25 from 6-7.30pm at the McKune Room of the Library.
The survey will serve as the basis for future actions of the commission. Community response and suggestions will be encouraged.
The survey was conducted online and made available by hard copy. Responses were obtained from 690 individuals and 11 organizations.
For more information, contact Susan Morrel-Samuels, Chair of the HRC at HRC@city-chelsea.org