The City of Rock Hill Community Relations Council promotes respect, appreciation and understanding of diversity among all people in our community by promoting positive human relations and reducing discrimination, and assessing and responding to the human relations needs of our community, as well as serving as a source of information and advocating and recognizing change to achieve our mission. The Human Relations Committee, Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee and No Room for Racism Committee were combined to form this Council on March 10, 2014.
Thirteen members appointed by City Council Members must reside within the Rock Hill School District Three boundaries.
Typically 3 years, but up to the discretion of City Council.
- Initiate opportunities to work cooperatively with elected officials; civic, business, and community leaders; and other interested citizen groups to develop and promote a greater awareness in our community of the principles of diversity, racial harmony, social justice and nonviolence.
- To provide a forum wherein the concerns, issues and situations which hold the portent for the actuality of racial divisiveness among the citizens of Rock Hill shall be heard, discussed, studied, investigated and considered in order to enhance understanding.
- Attend Committee sponsored functions.
The Council typically meets the second Thursday of each month at 6 PM at Housing & Neighborhood Services, 150 Johnston St.
Jason Weil, Housing & Neighborhood Services, 803-329-8783
|Dr. Sylvia Berry
|Mary "Summersby" Okey-Hamrick||Secretary|