Norman HRC-Inclusive Community Subcommittee Public Survey
The HRC Inclusive Community Subcommittee is seeking public input on how Norman could be a more inclusive community. *Survey best viewed/accessible in Google Chrome,. Paper copies are available at Norman Public libraries and City Hall. Please return to City Hall by by Friday 10.11.19 at 5 pm.
What ward do you live in?
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What is the City of Norman doing WELL to be inclusive?
The HRC Inclusive Community Subcommittee is seeking input regarding how Norman could be more inclusive to historically disadvantaged groups (race, ethnicity, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic class, education level, immigration status, native language, physical or mental ability, and age). In what ways could Norman be more inclusive? (The ideas below were collected from the application process to the subcommittee.) Please check all that apply.
Create a city wide inclusive media marketing plan
Hold monthly community events targeting historically marginalized communities
Implement measured incentives for local businesses to be more inclusive
Create well publicized activities/networking events to connect with City Council
Create best practices for Council that increase connection to historically marginalized groups
Create a citywide plan to better connect residents to services, civic engagement, and diverse groups
Affordable housing embedded in city planning
Acknowledge and disclaim statements/ovations/policies processes degrading of groups/identities
Acknowledge and disclaim city history that is degrading of groups/identities
Actively encourage and seek University of Oklahoma Student involvement
Set benchmarked goals for inclusive actions
Include regular measurable cultural competence training for city council and staff
Recruit historically marginalized groups to participate in decision making and programming.
Create city leadership programs that intentionally focus on diversity and inclusion for youth
Create city leadership programs that intentionally focus on diversity and inclusion for adults
Create city leadership programs specifically for marginalized communities
More transparent, advertised, and accessible feedback opportunities
Broadband accessibility/municipal Internet
Reliable/expanded/accessible public transportation
Regular and measurable cultural competence training for police department
More accessible/centralized/publicized police data
Commit to being trans friendly (pronouns on city emails, business cards, signatures) bathrooms
Commit to making all online documentation ADA accessible.
What other ways could the City of Norman be more inclusive (not previously mentioned)?
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