MIAMI – The Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board (HAAB) under the Office of Community Advocacy will hold its monthly public meeting on March 12, at 6 p.m. at the Survivor’s Pathway Office, 1801 Coral Way, Suite 200 in Miami. Representatives from the U.S. Census Bureau will make a presentation regarding community outreach and awareness for the upcoming U.S. Census2020. Additionally, the University of Miami School of Law, Human Rights Clinic staff will discuss the Courage in Policing Project.
All meetings of the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board are open to the public, and residents are encouraged to attend and learn more about the work of the board. There will be an opportunity for attendees to comment at the beginning of the meeting, and the board is especially interested in hearing about issues impacting the Hispanic community residing in Miami-Dade County.
For more information, please contact Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board Director Natalie Milian at 305-375-5098.
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