Jackson, Michigan – common sense

Jackson City Council rejects civil rights ordinance in 5-2 voteGeorge Brown, a member of the Human Relations Commission was disappointed."It appears to me, the majority of the council doesn't believe certain citizens in the community deserve to be protected. I think they showed that with their vote. I strongly believe they trivialized the process."I've got… Continue reading Jackson, Michigan – common sense

Jackson, Michigan HRC

In May, TOC noted that the Jackson, Michigan, Human Relations Commission (appointed by the City Council) under the leadership of one Kathleen Conley, was lobbying Council to pass a bylaw to ensure that: ...no person shall be denied equal protection of the law, their civil or political rights or be discriminated against because of "actual… Continue reading Jackson, Michigan HRC

Jackson, Michigan – inclusive community, or else

The Jackson Human Relations Commission would like to categorize most Jacksonians as thought criminals.[T]he Jackson Human Relations Commission, says no person shall be denied equal protection of the law, their civil or political rights or be discriminated against because of "actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, height, weight, condition of pregnancy,… Continue reading Jackson, Michigan – inclusive community, or else