The Wenham Human Rights Committee (WHRC) shall serve as an advisory committe to the Board of Selectmen. The purpose of creating the Committee is to affirm that the Town of Wenham is an inclusive community that has, as one of its core values, the freedom from discrimination, disrespect, bigotry, other forms of microaggressions, macroaggressions, hatred and oppression, and to reaffirm the Town’s commitment to upholding and defending the rights of all individuals to enjoy the free and equal exercise of their rights and privileges, as secured by the Constitutions of the United States and Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
To that end, the Committee strives to ensure that all persons enjoy the equal opportunity to participate in local affairs, including with respect to housing, employment, education, public accommodation, access to Town services, insurance, credit, banking and health care, regardless of race, color, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, disability, marital or familial status, military or veteran status, socioeconomic status, and/or ex-offender status.
Why Land Acknowledgement is Important Presentation
Indigenous Peoples Day Proclamation 2021
The WHRC meets monthly on the first Monday at 6:00pm via Zoom. All are encouraged to attend.
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Meeting ID: 817 7440 5752
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Janet Burt (2023), Clerk
Martha Brennan (2023), Chair
Jeremy Gross (2022), Liaison to Hamilton Human Rights Committee
Sam Nordberg, (2022)
John (JT) Glaster-West (2024)
Kevin DiNapoli, Wenham Police Chief
Ryan Ferrara, Town Administrator Ex Officio Member
Emma Dixon, Student Liaison