The struggle for progress continues for first responders.
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(The group) outlined four action items she’d like to see, including a Zero-Tolerance Discrimination Policy that would have led to a white cadet who tied a noose around a Black colleague’s neck being fired. Instead, the man accused of the racist act was allowed to resign.
The group would also like to see the department create a recruitment unit, a fire candidate employment preparation program and effective diversity, inclusion and equity training.
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