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Tell Me More Series Continues with Focus on Latinx Perspective

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Greeley’s Human Relations Commission will host its second online community forum to discuss equity, diversity, and inclusion in Greeley from the Latinx perspective.

The digital forum will take place from 6-7:30 p.m. Sept. 16, via online webinar. To find the latest information as it becomes available, go to greeleygov.com/hrc.

The Tell Me More series aims to provide an open, safe, and supportive environment to foster community dialogue and increase awareness around these topics and more. This is part two in a series of community conversations. Anyone who missed the first event can watch the presentation on YouTube.

City officials want to hear from community members about their experience in Greeley. Panelists include:

  • Betzy Valdez, vice president of the Hispanic Women of Weld County, DACA recipient, and creator of B. Empowered
  • Micaela Sanchez, marketing and public relations director for North Range Behavioral Health
  • Angel Flores, founder and lead pastor of Mosaic Church
  • Judge Mark Gonzales, City of Greeley municipal judge

Officials may confirm additional panelists for the digital forum.

To participate and to get the latest information, go to greeleygov.com/hrc and click on the “Tell Me More” event information. Participants can find the Zoom attendance information through that link. Anyone can listen via phone lines listed on that site. For questions, contact Deb DeBoutez, neighborhood program specialist, at 970-451-1711.


Release Date:
Sep 4, 2020

For more information,media representatives should contact: 
Deb DeBoutez, neighborhood program specialist
970-451-1711
deborah.deboutez@greeleygov.com

 

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