City of Greenville, NC


Working Towards Becoming an Inclusive Community 


Unity-1 Let’s embrace acceptance, tolerance, inclusion, and understanding!  Let’s enjoy all of the fabulous foods and music and clothes and everything that separates us but can bring us closer together if we only accept and enjoy!  The time has come, let us show our children a new nation, a new world even, where we embrace diversity and in doing so, embrace our world. Unity-1
Diversity Promotion!


Greenville Human Relations Council Brief History


The Human Relations Council was first established as the Greenville Good Neighbor Council in April of 1966 and was renamed the Greenville Human Relations Council in February of 1972.   One of the Council’s primary responsibilities is to serve as the catalyst for building partnerships and to raise awareness on the importance and value of establishing an inclusive community that is created by involving the gifts and talents of every citizen in Greenville.  The Council can only accomplish this awesome task by establishing and implementing human relations programs to promote various means of communication or understanding between people or a means of reconciling their differences.  


Inclusive Community Initiative


On March 8, 2007, the Greenville Human Relations Council recommended to City Council that the City partner with the National League of Cities to join them in their inclusive community campaign. On March 8, 2007, City Council adopted Resolution No. 07-11 pledging the City’s support to work towards becoming an inclusive City.  In June 2007, there was an unveiling ceremony of the Inclusive Community Sign and signs were erected in August of 2007.  The City’s Inclusive Community initiative was originally initiated by Council Member, Mrs. Rose Glover and Mayor Pro-Tem, Mrs. Mildred Council.





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