NAACP Worcester Upset About Departure of Chief Diversity Officer

Mar 8, 2022

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The NAACP Worcester is upset over the departure of Chief Diversity Officer Stefanie Williams. They question why Worcester is unable to keep anyone in the position for more than a short period of time. Fred Taylor, President Worcester Branch NAACP, appeared on Talk of the Commonwealth with Hank Stolz to talk about a statement they released that read in part – The time for symbolic gestures and resolutions has passed; today we are forced to stop and re-evaluate. Effective immediately, the Worcester NAACP is withdrawing as an institutional member of Worcester’s Tercentenary Committee. We are demanding the city not rush to hire a replacement simply to check a box. Our community needs answers first. We don’t want symbols; we want true change.

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