How does the Civil Rights Commission achieve its purpose?
  • It recommends ways and means of initiating and improving municipal programs for coordination of community efforts to address problems involving tensions in the community
  • It develops community education programs that foster open and effective dialogues about race relations.
  • It makes recommendations to the Princeton Mayor and Council for the development of policies, procedures, and programs that will aid in the prevention and elimination and discrimination in Princeton.
  • It takes an active role in promoting and protecting civil rights by either initiating community dialogues and/or collaborating with other organizations to co-sponsor relevant programs and events.
  • It provides an informal mechanism to resolve complaints through a facilitated dialogue by any persons claiming to be aggrieved by discrimination. Voluntary non-binding conflict resolution.

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1. How does the Civil Rights Commission achieve its purpose?
2. How can the Civil Rights Commission help me?
3. Can the Civil Rights Commission Make a Determination about Discriminatory Actions or Enforce Anti-Discrimination Laws?
4. How do I seek assistance from the Princeton Civil Rights Commission?
5. Will the Civil Rights Commission Impact My Legal Rights Under Anti-Discrimination Laws?