Virtual Human Rights Commission Meeting



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Crystal Rosa



1. Call to order

2. Public comment 

3. Review and approval of September 2020 minutes 

4. Cliff Cook – City Demographer Presentation

5. Executive Director’s Report 
Commission Vacancy – status update

6. September 2020 meeting follow up: 
Follow-up from any Commissioner’s attendance at recent virtual conferences, workshops or forum about civil rights topics

7. New Business: 
Tenant’s Rights Ordinance – relationship to Fair Housing Ordinance

8. Outreach:
$15,000 HUD Partnership Grant approved and appropriated (Projects update: Crystal)
Revising Fair Housing Event brochure into Story Journal format (update: Crystal)

9. Future Planning:
Reschedule CPSD Dep. Supt. Turk and Dir. of Diversity & Development, Ramon DeJesus for future meeting

10. On the bench
Co-Chair Stadlan’s research into case files on recurrent issues/locations for housing complaints (work in progress)


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*Anyone wishing to address the Cambridge Human Rights Commission during the Public Comment section of the agenda may indicate that by "raising their hand" virtually and will be recognized by the Chair. Speakers are asked to identify themselves and provide an address, and each speaker is limited to not more than three (3) minutes. Although the public comments should, whenever possible, address one or more items on the agenda for that particular meeting, if time permits, the Chair may allow a speaker to comment on matters that may not directly address an item on the agenda, but do concern the Commission, or issues of discrimination within the City of Cambridge.

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