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Boston Human Rights Commission remote meeting
The Boston Human Rights Commission will hold a virtual public meeting on January 19 at 5 p.m.
In accordance with the Boston Human Rights Ordinance, Chapter 12, Section 9, of the City of Boston Municipal Code, the Boston Human Rights Commission will hold a virtual public meeting on Wednesday, January 19, 2021, at 5 p.m.
ATTENTION: This meeting will only be held virtually through zoom.us - not in person. You can participate in the meeting by going to our online meeting or calling +1-312-626-6799 and enter meeting id: 863 8703 6736
Any questions please email email@example.com or call 617-635-4925.
- 5:00PM: Approval of December 15, 2021, Meeting Minutes
- 5:05PM: Chairperson and Executive Director’s Report
- 5:15PM: Updates on Initiatives
Guest Speakers include: Will Onuoha, Executive Director of the Office of Fair Housing and Equity and Danielson Tavares, Chief Diversity Officer of the Mayor’s Office of Diversity.
- 5:30PM: FY23 Budget Proposal Discussion
- 5:45PM: Public Comment
- 5:55PM: Next Steps
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu
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Michelle Wu is the Mayor of Boston. She is a daughter of immigrants, Boston Public Schools mom to two boys, MBTA commuter, and fierce believer that we can solve our deepest challenges through building community.