Human Rights Commission
Following are links to the recoding from "Ending Domestic Extremism," where the Human Rights Commission observed the May 21, 2022, World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, by hosting the special event. See flyer below for details.
YouTube LINK: https://youtu.be/OkMVOwoehQw
Facebook LINK: https://www.facebook.com/SnohomishCountyHumanRights
UPCOMING REGULAR MEETING - June 2, 2022, 6 p.m., Zoom link follows
Meeting ID: 954 5135 6843
+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
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- Meetings take place the first Thursday of the month on at least a quarterly basis.
- 6 to 8 p.m.
- Zoom until further notice. Check this page for updates.
Snohomish County Human Rights Commission Statement in Solidarity with Ukraine
EVERETT, Wash., March 25, 2022 - The Snohomish County Human Rights Commission stands in solidarity with Ukraine and Ukrainian people throughout the world and in our community. As noted by County Executive, Dave Somers:
“The Ukrainian community in Snohomish County and across the world should know that we stand in solidarity with them, their freedoms, and their right to determine their own government. We will do all we can to support Ukrainians living in the Puget Sound region and any who may come to join them. The courage of Ukrainians in the face of this naked aggression is beyond inspiring.”
In addition to standing in solidarity with the people of Ukraine, we also stand in solidarity with all refugees from all nations of the world. By the end of 2019, there were 79.5 million people who were forced to leave their homes due to warfare and other violent forms of oppression. We know this number is higher today than it was in 2019 as the factors contributing to displacement continue to proliferate.
As stated in the first three foundational articles of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, freedom, dignity, equality, and security are at the heart of our community. We encourage our community to join us in welcoming refugees and embracing them as our neighbors.
Housing Rights - Volunteers of America Dispute Resolution Center
United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner
Text to 911 for Snohomish County
Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County
Everett Housing Authority
National Human Trafficking Resource Center information line 888-373-7888
|Member||County Council District|
|Noah Rui||District 1 - Term expires 7/1/2024|
|Demi Chatters||District 2 - Term expires 7/1/2022
|Carin Chase||District 3 - Term expires 7/1/2023
||District 4 - Term expires 7/1/2023
||District 5 - Term expires 7/1/2025
|Dr. Gloria Ngezaho - Vice Chair||County Executive Representative - Term expires 7/1/2024
|VACANT beginning 2020
||Law Enforcement Representative -Term expires 7/1/2022
|Courtney Wooten - Commission Chair||Member at Large Position 1 - Term expires 7/1/2024
|Angela Di Filippo||Member at Large Position 2 - Term expires 7/1/2023
About the Commission
The Snohomish County Human Rights Commission (SCHRC) serves as an advisory body to the County Executive, County Council, Washington State Human Rights Commission, and other county officers and agencies in matters concerning human rights.
The Commission consists of nine members appointed by the County Executive and confirmed by the County Council. Members of the commission shall serve without compensation. See Snohomish County Code Chapter 2.460 and from that page, search for 2.460.020. Bylaws
Click here for information on joining the SCHRC.