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Human Relations Council

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Council Liaison:  Mayor Pro-Tem Rose Glover
Staff Liaison:  Cassandra Daniels, Community Relations Officer
Number of Members:  18  Term In Years:  3  Date Established:  February 10, 1972
Duties:

 To organize and implement programs dealing with problems of human relations and promote understanding, respect, good will, and equality of opportunity for all citizens.

Meeting Day:  Fourth Thursday of each month excluding July
Meeting Time:  6:00 p.m.
Meeting Location:  Third Floor Conference Room #337 of City Hall, 200 West Fifth Street (Currently virtual)
Requirements:  City residency; 15 regular members plus one East Carolina University student, one Pitt Community College student and one Shaw University student

Current Membership:


Name Member Type Expiration Date Current Term
Samar Badwan   Chair September 2023 Second term
Vacant
September 2021 First term
Vacant
September 2021
Rod Debs   September 2022 Second term 
Todd Fraley    September 2023  Second term 
Logan Harrison   September 2023  Filling unexpired term 
Francisco Limon    September  2024 First term
Procopio Serrano    September 2023  Filling unexpired term 
Antonio Milton    September 2024 Second term 
Lomax Mizzelle    September 2023 Second term 
Mayee Zhu   September 2023 Filling unexpired term
Franchine Pena  Vice-Chair September 2022 First term
Vacant   September 2022 First term
La'Quon Rogers    September 2024  Second term
Heena Shah    September 2022  Filling unexpired term 
Shane Knight Student; East Carolina University September 2020
Olive Barrett Student; Shaw University September 2021 Second term
Kevin Cruz-Torres Student; Pitt Community College  September 2024 First term
Human Relations Council Meeting Schedule and Agendas

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Human Relations Council Statement on Systemic Racism and Police Reform