Indefinite terms end effective with implementation of the revised bylaw.
All meetings are on Wednesday from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Meeting locations TBD
March 27 Discuss warrant articles
September 18 Discuss warrant articles
Support a welcoming environment by encouraging cooperation, tolerance, and respect among and by all persons who come in contact with the Town of Brookline (i.e. visitors, residents, employers, employees etc.) by advancing, promoting and advocating for the human and civil rights of all through education, awareness, outreach and advocacy.
The goal of the Commission is to be instrumental in eliminating discriminatory barriers to work, education and housing opportunities within the Town of Brookline. It encourages community awareness and understanding of cultural difference through the development of various activities including education programs and cultural events. The Commission is involved with Town Departments and Commissions to take meaningful steps to increase diversity, inclusion and respect in the Town’s workforce. Part of this process is to provide consultation to the Chief Diversity Officer and the Diversity, Inclusion and Community Relations Commission to develop an EEO and Affirmative Action Policy. It is also active in resolving and monitoring discrimination claims and it provides consultation to aggrieved parties. The Commission also provides oversight regarding program and services that serve Brookline’s Youth.
Please consult the Town By-Law (3.14.3) for a complete understanding of the Commission’s responsibilities.
Food Truck Friday
On Friday June 21, 2019 join the Commission of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Relations to ring in the end of the school year from 4-7:30pm at the Driscoll School Playground and Field.
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.