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Hopkinsville-Christian County Human Rights Commission

HRC is not taking walk-ins at this time. If you would like to schedule an appointment, CLICK HERE.

If you feel like you’ve been discriminated against, CLICK HERE.

Mission Statement: The Commission seeks to unify our community by promoting diversity in order to improve the future of our youth and to enhance economic advancement for all.

Purpose Statement: The Commission endeavors to promote and secure mutual understanding and respect among all economic, social, religious, ethnic, racial, gender, and age groups; to act as conciliator in controversies involving intergroup and interracial relations; and to improve the future of our youth. The Commission shall cooperate with federal, state, and local agencies to develop harmonious relationships. The Commission will also enlist the support of community leaders, civic, religious, labor, industrial, and commercial groups dedicated to the improvement of such relations and elimination of discriminatory practices.

Idalia Luna
Executive Director
           Raychel Bailey
Raychel Bailey
Executive Assistant

HRC Events 
Trivia Bowl (February)
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Women's History Month (March)
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Unity Breakfast (October)
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Alethea West (CC)
  (ENDING TERM December 2021) 

Antonio Rodriguez, Desaepa Vansauwa, Isaiah Spencer, Tyler Kinney(youth)

Carol Kirves, Jack Shah, Molly Lewis, Yasamin Ausenbaugh, Ana Restrepo-Traceski

Esherica Price,  Nichelle' Hillis, Magaline Ferguson, Nikki Chambers, Michael Pendleton

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