Lexington commemorated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Sunday, January 15, 2012.
Panel discussion and selected film screening was held at Cary Hall on Sunday, November 21, 2011 about the events of Memorial Day Weekend, 1971 when 458 townspeople and Vietnam Veterans were arrested on the Battle Green.
Hate group visited Lexington on June 6, 2010 - message from Committee chair Al Zabin
Lexington's Guidelines for Civil Discourse
Lexington Human Rights Committee
Chair: Sean Osborne
Vice-Chair: Bhumip Khasnabish
Secretary: Fuang Ying Huang
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Full Committee Membership
The Human Rights Committee envisions a community that:
- has as core values freedom from bigotry, hatred, intolerance, disrespect, and destructive conflict among its citizens.
- respects and recognizes both our diversity and our commonalities.
- engages in respectful, civil, public discourse and debate.
The Committee would like to hear from people who have experienced or observed discriminatory or hostile behavior based on race/color, religion, ethnicity/national origin, language, sex/sexual orientation/gender identity, disability, or age in Lexington.
If you have a question, comment or complaint regarding any of these issues, please contact:
Linda Crew Vine, Deputy Town Manager
Town Office Building
1625 Massachusetts Avenue
Lexington, MA 02420