SAN FRANCISCO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION TO EXPLORE TRENDS IN HATE CRIMES AND ANTI-BULLYING EFFORTS AT A SPECIAL MEETING ON SEPTEMBER 22ND IN THE CASTRO (D8)
This special meeting is a part of the Agency’s on-going effort to foster greater community outreach as well as afford greater public awareness to the HRC’s role in human rights advocacy for the City
 
San Francisco, CA– The San Francisco Human Rights Commission (HRC) would like to invite the public to a special community meeting that the Commission is hosting in the Castro. The Commission anticipates enjoining the community in public dialogue on a variety of LGBT-related issues with a focus on hate-crimes awareness and prevention and anti-bullying efforts. 
 
When – Thursday, September 22, 2011
Where- Eureka Valley Recreation Center located at 100 Collingwood Avenue.
Time – 6:00 pm- 8:00pm
 
Scheduled to Appear:
Senator Mark Leno
Assemblymember Tom Ammiano
San Francisco District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener 
 
The agenda for this special meeting may be found at www.sf-hrc.org or for more information please contact the HRC at (415) 252-2500.
 

The Human Rights Commission works to provide leadership and advocacy to secure, protect and promote human rights for all people. The Human Rights Commission was established in 1964 by City Ordinance and became a Charter Commission in 1990.
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