Human Rights Commission
The Commission's purpose is to promote and secure mutual understanding and respect among all economic, social, religious, age, ethnic, sexual, and racial groups in the city, and shall act as conciliator in controversies involving intergroup and interracial relations. The Commission shall cooperate with federal, state, and other city agencies in an effort to develop harmonious intergroup and interracial relations and shall endeavor to enlist the support of civic, religious, labor, industrial, and commercial groups and civic leaders dedicated to the improvement of intergroup and interracial relations and elimination of discriminatory practices.
|Linda Cherry||Council Representative||10/24/16|
|Jody Cofer Randall||Chair||10/24/17|
|Jane Shoemaker||Council Representative||01/14/17|
Address: 104 North 5th Street
Date and Time: 2nd Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m.
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Resolution on City Appointees to Boards and Commissions - Adopted June 9, 2014
The Month of October has been proclaimed to be Bullying Prevention and Character Counts month.
Bully Free Resolution - adopted by the Human Rights Commission on the 14th day of January 2013.
For more information on a bully free program visit www.bullyfree.com
Free Resources for parents, students, teachers, and etc.
Follow Murray's Bully Free Community Education Campaign on Facebook.
Articles written by Allan L. Beane, Ph.D., President of Bully Free
Article 1 - Why Children Do No Report Bullying
Article 2 - Help Your Child Be Bully Free In The Community
Article 3 - Could Your Child Bully
Article 4 - When Your Child Bullies Part I
Article 5 - When Your Child Bullies Part II
Article 6 - When Your Child Bullies Part III
Article 7 - Workplace Bullying Part I
Article 8 - Workplace Bullying Part II
Article 9 - Workplace Bullying Part III
Murray State University, Office of Multicultural Affairs/Color Chronicles covers the City of Murray Human Rights Commission Conference which was on April 16, 2013. To see the youtube video click here.
The Murray Human Rights Commission is sponsoring video presentations of Dr. Allan Beane's "Bully Free Program". For more information click here.
Recent Agenda - February 8, 2016
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