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.
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  1. Nominate a person or group that's making a difference in Hampton's diversity

    Feb. 15, 2018 - If you know an individual, group or organization that has made a difference in Hampton's diversity, take the time to nominate them for a 2018 Unity Award from the Citizens' Unity Commission.
  2. Watch the move 'Marshall' and then talk about diversity, unity, inclusion

    Feb. 1, 2018 - Come watch the movie "Marshall," starring Chadwick Boseman, at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, at Hampton's Main Library, 4207 Victoria Blvd.
  3. Classes start Jan. 18 for the next Level I sessions of Hampton Diversity College

    Dec. 27, 2017 - Attend Hampton Diversity College starting Jan. 18 and learn more about diversity, unity and inclusion. Read on...