Committee Description


    The Human Rights Committee’s responsibility is to promote activities that foster greater understanding of our membership in order to build the strength of our Union through our common struggles and goals rather than allowing others to divide us by our differences. This Committee’s commitment is to the study of human rights, civil rights, women’s rights, and the equal treatment of all people. Also this Committee will work to create a safe space for people to share their personal experiences related to age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, and political orientation to promote better understanding of one another.

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2021 Committee Updates

Today, we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. day and we reflect on this day of service and the man who is the eponymous civil rights leader. During his short life, Dr. King has inspired many including those of us on the Human Rights committee. As the new year starts, we hope to seek out more volunteers to help with voter registration, women’s rights, LGBTQ awareness [...]

2020 Committee Updates

We appreciate all of you, our members, for your involvement and input with our Human Rights Committee. We apologize for our prior communication as the link to register to vote was in error. The correct information is as follows: By clicking the following link [...]

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