Statement by Trenton Mayor Eric E. Jackson Calling for Continued Inclusion and Unity
During this time of uncertainty, especially following an election campaign filled with divisiveness and polarization, when many members of our community, particularly communities of color, immigrants and other non-traditional communities, are perceived as inferior and of limited rights, it is critical that we continue to come together to develop unity, and raise our voices as one, ensuring the rights of each of our residents; the foundation of this great Capital City.
This administration has worked tirelessly to build an all-encompassing community, and foster trust between residents and law enforcement, inclusive of immigrant communities. We will not only protect the progress we have made, but build on the work done to further our resilience, our strength, and our City.
As Mayor of the City of Trenton, I once again have called on civic and nonprofit organizations, advocates for immigrant and other minority communities, and the clergy to come together to address the growing fear and misinformation among our city’s residents. Together, we will focus on raising awareness of our laws and rights, the coordination of services and programs, and the broader reassurance of my administration’s protection of the human rights of all our citizens.
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