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Greenfield Human Rights Commission Meeting --- February 13, 2017

Last night, the commission adopted a resolution calling for the Greenfield Town Council to create a Safe Community Ordinance. Commissioners also discussed holding a public forum on vandalism, creating an action plan to end hunger in our city, and having a meeting in community housing to foster dialogue between the commission and residents.

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Greenfield Human Rights Commission Meeting --- January 9, 2017

Last night, the commission heard a report on an Underground Railroad talk and revisited the topics of sanctuary cities, public forum procedures, manger scene vandalism, and police body cameras.

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Greenfield Human Rights Commisssion Meeting --- December 12, 2016

Last night, after presenting its Human Rights Award to Joan Featherman, the commission held a well attended and very interesting public forum on the topic of protecting immigrants in Sanctuary Cities.

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Could Greenfield be a Sanctuary City?

Adapted from a Greenfield Human Rights Commission (HRC) press release:

On Monday, December 12th, at 6PM, during their regular meeting, the Greenfield Human Rights Commission will hold a public forum on what a Sanctuary or Safe Zone is, how one can be effective in reaffirming Greenfield's policy of diversity, and how it can be enforced.  The commission understands that many members of the public are interested in this and that two nearby cities have already created sanctuary for immigrants.  There is a special urgency for this in our town due to the fact that our largest agricultural businesses employ seasonal workers from all over.

Remembering Sacco & Vanzetti

By: 
Philippe Simon
August 24, 2016

Learn why an early 20th century execution still has ramifications today.  Art credit:  Ben Shahn.

Commemorating 400

November 20, 2015

After addressing this morning's chamber of commerce breakfast, the executive director of Plymouth 400, Inc. spoke with us about this anniversary of the Pilgrims arriving in Massachusetts.  (image credit: Sheila Fey, Plymouth 400)

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