Human Rights Task Force

Human Rights Task Force iconThe Human Rights Task Force is committed to efforts that secure equal rights and equal opportunities for all persons, so that everyone will be treated fairly regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, health, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age,  religion, immigration status, language competency, socioeconomic status, etc.

 

Priority Goal

Grow the movement for bias-free policing.

Meetings

Generally held the 4th Thursday of the month at 1:30 PM Central, via conference call  (515) 603-3103; Passcode: 167856#

Prior Year Goals

  1. Bias-free Policing
  2. Universal Design
  3. LGTB Equality
  4. Decriminalization of HIV/aids
  5. Legalization of Marijuana
  6. Separation of Church and State

Get Involved

Google Plus Community Task Force IconContact humanrights@empowermissouri.org or call our headquarters to be added to our email list for communication about upcoming meetings and actions.

We need members who can help connect us to Empower Missouri chapter and advocacy groups that specialize in aspects of human rights: PROMO, Show-me Cannabis, ACLU, MIRA, and so on.

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October 26

Human Rights: Meeting

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Dial: 515-603-3103
Passcode: 167856#
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November 8

AHHTF Meeting

10:30 am - 12:00 pm
You are welcome to join staff at our headquarters or
Dial: 515-603-3101
Passcode: 167856#
308 E. High Street, Suite 100, Jefferson City, MO 65101
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November 23

Human Rights: Meeting

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Dial: 515-603-3103
Passcode: 167856#
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Don Love is a truck farmer in Shannon County, but that's mostly an excuse for having a bigger garden and spending more time at the nearby Current River. He supervises the Columbia Goose Deterrent.  He is a retired high school math and English teacher, served as assistant soccer coach at Lincoln University, directed Jefferson City YMCA youth sports, reported for the Salem News, worked (and works) as a carpenter, and wishes to once again enjoy the company of goats.