Digital occasion to teach the general public on the civil rights ordinance

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC / WMGT) – The Comprehensive Civil Rights team will host a two-day virtual event April 22-23.

According to team members, the goal of the event is to answer questions. Questions can be asked before and after each session.

You will have different speakers at each meeting.

Sessions with the following topics:
  • Legal issues related to a non-discrimination regulation
  • What does a civil rights ordinance mean for people of color?
  • How will a non-discrimination regulation affect my company?
  • A Belief Perspective on Civil Rights

A mini-grant from the Community Foundation on the table and sponsorship with various organizations made the event possible.

To register for the event, go to

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