In Which I Agree with DNJ Editorial

Yes I say to the DNJ’s editorial regarding LaVergne’s decision to make discrimination a zero-tolerance offense.

La Vergne’s 169 city employees are also undergoing diversity training.  Ridding City Hall and all La Vergne departments of racist language and discrimination is important if city employees are to treat each other with respect and to provide residents with the service they deserve.

No one should have to listen to or be subjected to any kind of discrimination regarding race, color, sex, religion, disability, marital status, family status, sexual orientation, age, ancestry, or national origin.  These are the rules we must abide by in selling under Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity guidelines and they are the same ones with which the city should operate under.

Read the entire editorial here.

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