Albuquerque Human Rights Board Meeting: Sept. 2019

Join us for a public meeting of the Albuquerque Human Rights Board.


This event has already happened.
Sep 17, 2019
04:00 PM - 05:30 PM


Legal, Policy & Civil Rights Conference Room, Albuquerque City Hall, Suite 3010 (3rd Floor)
400 Marquette NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102


Regular meetings are held every two months (January, March, May, July, September, & November), on the third Tuesday of the month, unless otherwise posted.


View this meeting agenda in PDF format.

(Items listed on the Agenda may be discussed and acted on out of sequential order)

  1. Call to Order 4:00
  2. Approval of Agenda and Approval of Minutes              4:01
  3. Team Building 4:03
  4. Public Comment* 4:13
  5. Director Reports 4:18
    1. Office of Civil Rights
    2. Office of Equity and Inclusion
  1. Unfinished Business                                     4:40
    1. Presentation of revised mission/vision statement.
    2. Vote on adopting the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
    3. Review any suggested ordinance language.
    4. Update on meeting with Navajo Human Rights Commission.
  1. Subcommittee Reports               4:55
    1. Educational Programs/Events
    2. Collaboration/Outreach
    3. Research/Investigation
  1. New Business/Announcements              5:25
    1. Possible Retreat in February 2020
    2. Meeting schedule for 2020
    3. Vote on Chair & Vice Chair for 2020  
  1. Adjournment 5:30

Next Meeting

Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019

Human Rights Board Members

  • Ms. Samia Assed, Chair
  • Ms. Joan Yazze-Gallegos, Vice-Chair
  • Mr. Douglas Alsup
  • Mr. Michael Jefferson
  • Mr. Adrien Lawyer
  • Ms. Virginia Necochea
  • Ms. Sradha Patel


If you have a disability and need a reasonable accommodation of your disability in order to be able to read the agenda or to observe this public meeting, please contact us by email or telephone. 

The meeting will occur in a room that is accessible for persons in wheelchairs, by use of an elevator. Copies of the meeting agenda will be available to the public, at least 72 hours before a meeting.




Crystal Velarde