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The Danvers Human Rights and Inclusion Committee

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Welcome to the Danvers Human Rights and Inclusion Committee

 

Mission statement

The Danvers Human Rights and Inclusion Committee is a cohesive task force against discrimination.  We will work to establish avenues of communication and promote bridge building for combating prejudice and intolerance.  The Committee stands united in creating a positive atmosphere for a multi-cultural community.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Event

Monday January 16, 2017

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"The opposite of love isn't hate; it's indifference." --Eli Weisel

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‘A Million Questions’ From Descendants of Slaves Sold to Aid Georgetown

 

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Reading Of The Declaration Of Independence

July 4, 2016

MLK CELEBRATION - JANUARY 15, 2018

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Reaffirming Danvers as a Safe Community

Click here to watch a video of the celebration!

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The Danvers Committee for Diversity has now been renamed the Danvers Committee for Human Right and Inclusion

- click here for letter to the editor.

Reading of the Declaration of Independence

 

The Danvers Committee for Human Rights and Inclusion (formerly known as the Danvers Committee for Diversity) will lead a July 4th Community Reading of the Declaration of Independence at the Pavilion on the Peabody Institute Library grounds at noon on July 4th.

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We’re delighted that Danvers will join other communities across Massachusetts and the country that make a point of gathering together on July 4th to simply read the Declaration of Independence out loud, in its entirety.  The Committee has discovered through the years just how moving it is to hear the Declaration read out loud and we invite everybody to come and take part, either by reading or by listening.

 

For more information please contact Susan Fletcher at 978 777-0001 extension 3027 or email sfletcher@danversma.gov