Racial Justice Task Force Looks For Public Input

November 15, 2017
A woman holds a sign during a Champaign County Board meeting in October of 2015.

A woman holds a sign during a Champaign County Board meeting in October of 2015, where the board discussed forming a racial justice task force.

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The Champaign County Racial Justice Task Force has 31 recommendations for police, the courts and the public to improve racial justice in the community. 

Illinois Public Media's Mark Schultz recently sat down with Ryan Hughes, secretary for the Champaign County Racial Justice Task Force to talk about some of the committee's recommendations and about an opportunity for the public to discuss the report.

You can view the entire report below or online and you can talk with committee members about the report November 30, at 6:30 p.m., at the Champaign Public Library.

 

 

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