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Amid boiling racial hatred, the young priest helped found and then led an interfaith council on human relations.
Support positions, such as billing, recruitment and human relations, will undergo consolidation.
City officials contracted the firm after Blue filed a human relations complaint against Kirkley-Bey.
The layoffs hit the company’s human relations, IT, production and purchasing departments, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Video and voice interviewing company Montage, based in Delafield, is partnering with global human relations provider Randstad Holding NV.
Washington and Canales are members of the township's human relations commission, the purpose of which is to recognize and spotlight the various groups that make up township.
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