About the Pullman Human Rights Commission
The Pullman Human Rights Commission (PHRC) is committed
to promoting and creating a harmonious community, in which the inherent
worth of all individuals is recognized and valued and civility and social
justice are honored.
As a commission committed to achieving human rights and
social justice for all members of our community, the Pullman Human Rights
Values respect, appreciation, collaboration, diversity and friendship in our relationships with each other;
Proclaims with words and deeds that ours must be a just community where harassment, intimidation, discrimination and violence are totally unacceptable;
Communicates a strong, clear message that all forms of prejudice and hatred will not be tolerated;
Challenges all who live in our community and region to act in ways that reflect a commitment to, and accountability for, racial and social justice-equality in our personal lives, families, neighborhoods, workplaces, schools, clubs, association, institutions and places of worship.
Part of the Pullman Human Rights Commission Values Statement is adopted from the Spokane Task Force on Race Relation's Commitment to Action for Racial Equity Statement, September 1996.