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Multicultural Commission | News

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July 7,2014 – Tuesday July, 15 2014, The Multicultural Commission Meeting will be held on July 15, 2014 the the Christian Center of Park City. The meeting will run from 10:00 – 11:30 AM, members from the community are encouraged to attend.

June 4,2014 – Byron Russell, Co-Chair of the MCC was featured in a DownTown SLC Magazine article, “Connecting the Dots”. Check it out for a fun read and to see the amazing things that Byron does!

Utah Multicultural Commission

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On January 17, 2012 Governor Gary R. Herbert and Lt. Governor Greg Bell established the Utah Multicultural Commission who collaborates with Multicultural Affairs to identify and discuss issues and concerns of the ethnic constituents of Utah.

Goals
The Multicultural Commission will work to accomplish the following:

  • Gather and discuss information about the issues and concerns of the ethnic constituents of Utah, which are influenced by the State.
  • Develop recommendations as to how the State can respond to issues impacting the ethnic constituents of Utah.
  • Review State agency responses to recommendations provided by the Multicultural Commission.
  • Make recommendations to the Governor about State policy, programs, and projects and their impact on ethnic constituents.
  • Provide recommendations of ethnic constituents who can serve on advisory boards, commissions, and other positions in State Government.
  • Collaborate with the Multicultural Affairs Office to develop and implement a strategic plan for the Multicultural Affairs Office and Commission.
  • Report to the Governor as needed to provide information on the needs of the community, report on accomplishments, and receive feedback from the Governor.

History
The character of Utah has been shaped by people of diverse ethnic cultural backgrounds, who have settled within the State. This diversity is the very fiber that has allowed us to grow, prosper and succeed as a State.

Meeting Schedule
The Commission meets every third Tuesday every other month. For more information contact Stanford Kekauoha at 801-245-7210 or skekauoha@utah.gov.

Executive Order
Governor’s Executive Order: Creating the Utah Multicultural Affairs and Utah Multicultural Commission signed by Governor Gary R. Herbert and Lt. Governor Greg Bell on January 17, 2012.