Remaining accessible to the community,
state Rep. Stephanie Kifowit, D-Oswego, will host a Virtual Town Hall discussion on July 29th at 5 pm on
Zoom in addition to streaming it her Facebook page ILDistrict84.
believe that there are a lot of individuals that do not realize how important the state Human Rights Commission or the City Human Relations Commission
are to our thriving community,” said Kifowit. “I am honored to host this
town hall to allow people the opportunity to learn about their important work in our region.”
will be joined by the State of Illinois Human Rights Commissioner Steve
Andersson, who was appointed by Gov. Pritzker to serve on the Illinois
Human Rights Commission after his time as a state legislator where he championed legislation such as the ERA initiative, the Equal Pay Act and
the LGBTQ inclusion curriculum bill.
joining the discussion will be the City of Aurora Human Relations Commission Chair William Small and Secretary Ryan Maley. Both have been members
of the Aurora Human Relations Commission for years. Chair Small has owned a small business in Aurora for over 25 years and is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Quad County African American Chamber of
Commerce, Unity Partnership, OPUS Chamber Music
Camp and Christian Brothers College High School. Secretary Maley is currently the Vice President of Stratence Partners, providing strategy, pricing and analytics services in North America. Maley has also served on the Illinois Task Force for Social Innovation,
Entrepreneurship and Enterprise.
via Naperville, IL Patch
July 23, 2020 at 08:26AM