Applications to the Sacramento Racial Justice Council close Monday night

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Monday is the deadline for applications from residents to join the newly formed Racial Justice Council, which will work to end racial differences in Sacramento. The application closes at 5pm on Monday. If elected, board members will spend an average of 5 to 10 hours per month on the board and will receive compensation for their time. The goal is to find a group of different leaders who are already in areas that are working to end racism and discrimination that harms color communities. Members of the Racial Justice Committee will govern the city to transform the path to racial equality. They will also protect and hold city authorities accountable to ensure that government decisions and processes serve everyone. Members of the Racial Justice Council will be elected on June 30. Find an application here.

Monday is the deadline for residents to apply to join the newly formed Council of Racial Justicewhich will work to end racial differences in Sacramento.

The application closes on Monday at 17.00.

If elected, board members will spend an average of 5 to 10 hours per month on the board and will receive compensation for their time.

The goal is to find a group of different leaders who are already in the neighborhoods doing work to end racism and discrimination that harms color communities.

Members of the Racial Justice Committee will guide the city to change the way racial equality is achieved.

They will also protect and hold city authorities accountable to ensure that government decisions and processes serve everyone.

Members of the Racial Justice Council will be elected on June 30.

Find the app here.

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