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MI Civil Rights Commission Meeting in A2

16. March 2006 • Dumi Lewis
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The next meeting of the Michigan Civil Rights Commission will take place in Ann Arbor. The meeting is open to the public and happens on Monday, March 20th at 4pm in 100 Hutchins Hall at the Law School.
From the email I was sent:

The Michigan Civil Rights Commission was created by the Michigan Constitution of 1963 to carry out the guarantees against discrimination articulated in Article I, Section 2. As further stated in Article V, Section 29, the state constitution directs the Commission to investigate alleged discrimination against any person because of religion, race, color or national origin and to “secure the equal protection of such civil rights without such discrimination”. Public Acts 453 and 220 of 1976 and subsequent amendments have added sex, age, marital status, height, weight, arrest record, and physical and mental disabilities to the original four protected categories.

  1. BAMN says,

    “Affirmative Action Alert!
    Picket and rally to defend affirmative action!
    Attend the Michigan Civil Rights Commission General meeting!

    Picket and rally at 3:00PM in front of the Law School
    Attend the Michigan Civil Rights Commission meeting
    at 4:00PM in the Law School in 100 Hutchins Hall

    Continue investigating the racially-targeted voter fraud!
    No cover-up of fraud in Michigan elections!
    Remove MCRI from the November ballot!”

       —David Boyle    Mar. 20 '06 - 09:11PM    #