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  Sunday, December 17, 2017   

History

On April 12, 1990, the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Monmouth adopted a resolution establishing the Monmouth County Human Relations Commission. The Commission is currently comprised of more than 70 commissioners from a cross section of Monmouth Countys leadership representing government, law enforcement, clergy, minority groups, educators, and business. The Commission is an outgrowth of an initiative of the National Conference of Community and Justice (NCCJ), Prosecutor John Kaye, Freeholder Theodore Narozanick, and community leaders. The goal is to combat and curb bias-related crime and hate/bias related incidents.

See the following documents for more history details:
History of the MCHRC by David Cohen.
Resolution Creating the MCHRC.  

Inception of the MCHRC in 1990  



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