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Purpose: The Livonia Human Relations Commission endeavors to foster mutual self-respect and understanding and promote amicable relations among all racial, religious and ethnic groups. The Commission educates and counsels in the area of civil rights enforcement.

Meetings:  Quarterly, on the 2nd Tuesday (unless otherwise indicated) of the specified month at 6 p.m. in the Michigan Room of the Livonia Civic Center Library.  If you are interested in attending a meeting, please contact Community Resources (734) 466-2540. 

There are 9 members appointed by the Mayor to serve 3 year terms.

Activities include a community program in honor of Martin Luther King in January; promote and foster the concepts of tolerance, mutual respect and understanding in the community; distribution of handicap parking regulation flyers.

Resource Material -The Human Relations Commission has purchased videos and books for the Livonia Public Libraries on the issues of diversity, tolerance and respect. Children books are handed out at the Youth Commission Holiday Party. 


Commission Members

For biographical information, please click on a link below (names that are in blue):
Kevin Aoun (2016)
Dillon Breen (2012)
Caroline Grech (2016), Secretary
Cheryl Kasparek (2017), 
Harold Klee (2005)
Elaine Livingway (2007)
Jim Roye (2001)
Sandy Teeter (2013), Chairperson
Richard Glover (2017) 
      Human Relations Commission
Commissioners L-R: John Dalton, Jr., James Roye, Dillon Breen, Elaine Livingway, Harold Klee



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agendas and minutes.

Human Relations Commission Annual Report 2017
 

Human Relations Commission Meeting & Events Calendar

All Meetings are Held in the Robert and Janet Bennett Civic Center Library In the Michigan Room unless otherwise indicated

 

 January 15, 2018- Monday at 6:00 p.m.       MLK Celebration at  Madonna University            Non Meeting – Attendance Required                                                                                          HRC Presentation of 1st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Contest

 February 13, 2018- Tuesday at 6:00 p.m.      General Meeting at the Bennett Civic Center Library Michigan Room -   Mandatory      

 May 8, 2018 - Tuesday at  6:00 p.m.              General Meeting at the Bennett Civic Center Library Jenkins Room 3rd Floor -   Mandatory

 September 11, 2018-Tuesday 6:00 p.m.       General Meeting at the Bennett Civic Center Library Michigan Room -   Mandatory      

 November 14, 2018 - Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.  General Meeting at the Bennett Civic Center Library Michigan Room -   Mandatory