The County’s Human Relations Commission was established in 1970 by County Supervisor Leon Williams. His objective in developing the commission was to promote positive human relations, respect, and integrity within the County. He was a community champion and truly believed in this commission’s mission. Naming the Commission for Williams is a fitting tribute to such a pioneer.
We hope this commission can promote and foster mutual respect and understanding among all groups and communities within the County. Examine the causes of tension and conflict, discrimination and intolerance between various groups as to means to alleviate such attitudes. Collaborate with civic institutions, educate the public, investigate policy, recommend policy, advocate on issues to the Board of Supervisors.
Tell the Board of Supervisors we need this in San Diego County.
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