Human Relations Commission

The purpose of the Human Relations Commission is to foster mutual respect and understanding among all members of the Greeley community. This commission sponsors events and creates an atmosphere conducive to community dialogue and appreciation. It provides a venue where residents can suggest policy changes to Greeley City Council regarding social issues for the benefit of the whole community.

Meetings

2nd Monday of each month at 4 p.m.

Location: Zoom link, verify meeting info by contacting CE@greeleygov.com

About Us!
  • Qualifications: Greeley Resident
  • Structure: 12 members – 9 appointed by the Greeley City Council. One from the University of Northern Colorado, one from Aims Community College and one from Greeley/Evans School District 6.
  • Terms: 3 year terms, 2 term limit
  • Average Commitment: 3 hours per month

09.14.20 Human Relations Commission Agenda

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Members

  • Krissy Bhanji (term ends 05/24)
  • Councilmember Deb DeBoutez (ex-officio)
  • Janet Flaugher (term ends 05/22)
  • Fatima Groom (term ends 01/25)
  • Jerry Harvey (term ends 10/24)
  • Ron Heil (term ends 05/22)
  • Julie Lewis (term ends 05/24)
  • Roger Muller (Aims Community College Representative)
  • David Reyes (School District 6 Representative)
  • Jacob Sutton (term ends 05/23)

Events

Engaging and Building Relationships with Muslim Americans

A Virtual Training Program for Communities

Facilitated by: United States Department of Justice Community Relations Service (CRS)
Hosted by: City of Greeley’s Human Relations Commission

March 10, 2022 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. MST

This interactive, two-hour training program seeks to increase community members’ knowledge and understanding of Muslim Americans. This session will explore Islamic faith and practices; provide practices and tips for engaging with Muslim Americans; and bring to light civil-rights related issues that affect Muslim Americans.

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The program is limited to the first 50 registrants. To be waitlisted, contact Luis Aguilar at Luis.Aguilar@usdoj.gov and specify training for Muslim Americans.


Engaging and Building Relationships with Sikh Americans

A Virtual Training Program for Communities

Facilitated by: United States Department of Justice Community Relations Service (CRS)
Hosted by: City of Greeley’s Human Relations Commission

March 24, 2022 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. MST

This interactive, two-hour training program seeks to increase community members’ knowledge and understanding of Sikh Americans. This session will explore Sikh faith and practices; provide practices and tips for engaging with Sikh Americans; and bring to light civil-rights related issues that affect Sikh Americans.

Click to Register

The program is limited to the first 50 registrants. To be waitlisted, contact Luis Aguilar (Luis.Aguilar@usdoj.gov) and specify training for Sikh Americans.


Tell Me More - Cuénteme Más

Greeley’s Human Relations Commission has hosted two community forums to discuss equity, diversity, and inclusion in Greeley. Follow the links below to watch video of either of these forums.

“We do the best we can with what we know and when we know better, we do better.” –Maya Angelou
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City of Greeley
Contact Us

City Clerk's Office

1000 10th Street
Greeley, Colorado 80631

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

970-350-9746 tel
970-350-9828 fax

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