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The Town of San Anselmo will be interviewing applicants for the Racial Equity Ad Hoc Committee at a special Town Council meeting on Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 6 pm - 8 pm.
Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86189396028
Dial In: +1 669 900 6833 | Webinar ID: 861 8939 6028
On November 10th, the Town Council formed the Racial Equity Ad Hoc Committee and charged it with the tasks of examining issues of racial equity, social justice, systemic racial bias, and diversity in Town and to making recommendations to the Town Council on how to best advance equity in all Town departments and operationalize equitable polices, programs and procedures within Town government.
The purpose of the committee is to ensure that Town policies, programs, procedures and laws are not racist, are free of implicit biases, and that laws are fair and equitably enforced. The committee will also explore additional opportunities to build awareness, solutions and leadership for racial equity, social justice, systemic racial bias, and diversity for Town staff and the wider community.
To view the Town Council Resolution establishing the committee, CLICK HERE
With the goal of building an inclusive, vibrant and equitable community the committee will:
Conduct an audit of the Town’s policies, programs, procedures and laws to be sure that they are fair, equitable and free of biases of any kind.
Explore options and implement anti-bias, racial equity and other appropriate training for staff.
Explore additional opportunities to improve Town government policies, practices and programs to address racial equity, social justice, systemic racial bias, and diversity issues.
The committee will be comprised of up to seven (7) volunteer community members. Membership qualifications include being at least 16 years of age, and residing or working in, or owning a business or property in San Anselmo. Committee members will serve a term of one year. The Town received 18 applications, which was reviewed by a subcommittee and 11 applicants were chosen to move forward for interviews from the entire Town Council. For more information about the subcommittee or the Racial Equity Committee, contact Linda Kenton at email@example.com