LOCAL 14 CIVIL & HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE

PURPOSE OF THE COMMITTEE

The Civil and Human Rights Committee is an essential guardian of the “No Discrimination” policy of our union. Members of this committee fulfill the local union’s commitment to assure members full rights regardless of religion, race, creed, color, sex, political affiliation, national origin, age, disability, marital status or sexual orientation.

The committee informs members of steps and procedures, including filing complaints and hearings, whenever a member or members believe their rights have been violated, either by management or other union members. The committee works toward the elimination of discrimination in the workplace, the community and the nation.

Members of this committee have the opportunity to keep the local union moving forward toward the fulfillment of our UAW commitment on the civil rights front.

This committee needs members who feel a moral obligation to speak out on the issues of intolerance, injustice and bigotry and to rebuke any person or group that expresses such activity.

    Lenette Holden, Chairperson              Willie J. Hall, Co-Chairperson

Recording Secretary, Brian Van Pelt    Treasurer, Lorenzo Swoope    

Members: Henry McCoy, Gwendolyn Yarbrough, Raul Hinojosa, Bettina Franklin-Talbert, Julio Gonzales, Teena Taylor, Philip Doughty, Marlise O'Neal, Yolanda Liggons, Angel Gullatt, Elizabeth Booth, Dawnya Ferdinandsen, Christina Horvath-Badge, Crystal Casida and Maria Braman.  

Meetings are on the 3rd Saturday of each month at the Union Hall or via phone/video through the Free Conference Call link @ 11 AM.  

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