Commission on Minority Affairs
The mission of the Commission on Minority Affairs is to advocate for and to provide a voice to minorities residing in the State of Nevada in matters relating to areas including, but not limited to: education, housing, employment, civil rights, health, political empowerment and economic development.
The purpose of the Commission on Minority Affairs is to be
the central advisory body coordinating discussion and study of issues affecting
minority Nevadans. These areas include, but are not limited to, education,
housing, employment, civil rights, health, political empowerment, and economic
development. As well as to consider and
facilitate legislation, funding sources, and community organizations geared
toward making measurable improvements, in those areas which will raise the
quality of life among Nevada’s minority community.
The current Commission has seven subcommittees: Housing, Health, Education, Community Liaison, Political Empowerment, Workforce Development, and Economic Development.