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Binghamton Human Rights Commission Holds Member Opening

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If you have a passion for civil rights, the city of Binghamton is looking for you.

The Binghamton Human Rights Commission is currently looking to fill an opening in the group. The purpose of the commission is to condemn discrimination in all it's forms, be it based on age, gender, race, sexual orientation, or other factors.

Most members of the commission are approved by both City Council and the Mayor's office. The new member must commit to attending one meeting per month.

"One of our members just left and we're looking to fill that space. We're looking for anybody who has a lot of free time, willing to volunteer and is willing to try it out. It's a lot of fun in the sense that you learn a lot about people and the things that happen in the community that you never thought did happen here," said Stacey Lovett-Pitts, a member of the Binghamton Human Rights Commission.

Anyone interested can deliver their resume to the City Clerk's office at City Hall on Hawley Street by February 17th.