Citizens' Unity Commission
The Citizens’ Unity Commission (CUC) is a 20 member, citizen-based commission, which was created as a result of findings and recommendations from several studies on diversity issues, in the City of Hampton, in 1995. Since its inception, this commission has focused on promoting and sponsoring activities and events that bring citizens together, encourages positive interactions between diverse individuals and groups, promotes the value of respect for differences, and creates opportunities for learning and growing together. Apply to join the commission, or attend a meeting: 2nd Thursday of the month, 6 p.m.-8p.m., Community Development Conference Room, Fifth Floor, City Hall, 22 Lincoln St.
Visit hampton.gov/unity to learn more about programs and services offered by the Citizens' Unity Commission Department.
May 17, 2018 - Come watch The Joy Luck Club on Tuesday, May 29, then join a discussion about diversity, unity and inclusion. It's part of the Movie Talks series sponsored by the Citizens' Unity Commission and Hampton Public Library. Read on...
May 21, 2018 - Do you have a disability? Have you ever been discriminated against in the city? Starting today and continuing through June 21, Hampton residents are being asked to take a self-paced diversity survey from the Citizens’ Unity Commission Read on...
May 2, 2018 - The public is invited to the Iftar Dinner Program on May 31 sponsored by the Rumi Friendship Association and Citizens Unity Commission. The theme is "Breaking Bread while Building Bridges." Mayor Donnie Tuck will be the keynote speaker. Read on...