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One Community One Team - 2018 HRC Poster Contest Winner

Pictured above is the 2019 "Community of Many Colors" winning poster by Nolan Horn from Turtle Lake Elementary.

CONTACT INFORMATION 
Renee Eisenbeisz, Assistant to theCity Manager

 Phone: 651.490.4613 | E-mail Renee

Mission Statement

The Shoreview Human Rights Commission advises and aids the City of Shoreview by establishing and promoting a community standard of equal opportunity and freedom from discrimination. We envision a community where all people are welcomed, valued, and respected; where each person feels at home.

The HRC's responsibilities include:

  • Developing educational programs and increasing awareness
  • Coordinating efforts with neighboring human rights commissions
  • Advising and recommending items related to human relations and civil rights problems
  • Providing direction and support to people or organizations on:
    • Civil and human rights
    • Identifying responsibilities to bridge cultural and other differences

    Meeting Schedule

    Fourth Wednesday, 7 pm

    Members

    • Katy Gibbs, Co-Chair
    • Ben Schwanke, Co-Chair
    • Richard Bokovoy
    • Elaine Carnahan
    • Mark Hodkinson
    • Mary Johnson
    • Gene Nichols
    • Lisa Wedell Ueki
    • Julie B. Williams
    • Claudia Seyfarth, Student representative
    • Vibhaa Venkat, Student representative
    Caring Youth Award
    Student Representatives
    Bias/Hate Crimes Resources
    Other Resources