WHAT: El Dorado County Human Rights Commission has scheduled a public forum to discuss human rights issues in the County.
WHEN: Monday, July 22, 2019
WHERE: Veteran's Memorial Hall
130 Placerville Drive
WHO: El Dorado County Human Rights Commission members, Supervisor Sue Novasel and Supervisor Lori Parlin
Representatives from El Dorado County Sheriff's Homeless Outreach Team, The Lighted Candle, Family Resource Center, National Association of Mental Illness, Commission on Aging, Civil Rights Now, Temple Kol Shalon, M.O.R.E., and the El Dorado County Office of Education will provide presentations.
BACKGROUND: The purpose of the Human Rights Commission is to promote tolerance, understanding and mutual respect among all persons, and to foster peaceful relations in the interest of preserving the public peace among residents of different races, religions, national origins, and the other characteristics listed in Government Code section 11135. The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors established the Commission in March, 2018.
Providing safe, healthy and vibrant communities; respecting our natural resources and historical heritage.