City of Santa Clarita

Human Relations Roundtable

Mission Statement

The mission of the City of Santa Clarita Human Relations Roundtable is to encourage and assist our community to eliminate all forms of racism and discrimination, and to promote inclusion, understanding and appreciation of human differences.

Effectiveness

Increase awareness and understanding by developing communication protocols and a continuous improvement model to ensure ongoing effectiveness.

Equality

Provide advocacy and outreach that focuses on anti-discrimination and the promotion of equity for all residents.

Events

Support the implementation of events that address the roundtable's mission of promoting inclusion and eliminating discrimination of all forms.

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?” – Dr. King

 

In 1994 Congress implemented the King Day of Service as an initiative to implore Americans to spend the holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by partaking in service projects. The City of Santa Clarita will be celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year with an initiative that will honor Dr. King’s legacy and encourage the citizens of Santa Clarita to demonstrate kindness and service. The initiative will be comprised of two elements, a video program and a call to perform acts of kindness and service. The initiative is being presented by the City and the newly formed Human Relations Roundtable, chaired by Mayor Miranda and co-chair Dr. Cherise Moore.

Contact Information

City of Santa Clarita

Human Relations Roundtable (R&CS)

23920 Valencia Blvd. Suite 120

Santa Clarita, CA 93551

scvhumanrelations@santa-clarita.com

(661) 286-4138

Roundtable Members

Chair – Mayor Bill Miranda

Co-Chair – Dr. Cherise Moore

Dr. Mariane Doyle

Amanda Andrew

Cassidy Butow

Gloria Locke

Jeffrey Thompson

Jenny Ketchepaw

Lauryn Valley

Leticia Trujillo

Manuel White

Marc Winger

Paul Nelson De La Cerda

Reham Kassem

Renee Marshall

Ronald Smothers

Tere La Giusa

Emily Yoon

Angel Reynolds

Pratika Prasad