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Meeting Monday to discuss concerns of minorities in Hamilton He said he was disappointed, although he wasn surprised, to see little progress had been made on concerns expressed during a July 8, 2013, meeting of the South East Civic Association, which represents people of Hamilton Second and Fourth wards, which are some of the more impoverished areas of the nike dri fit shorts city. Harris, president of SECA and a Second Ward nike d edge gloves community leader, was not deterred. Monday at the Booker T. Washington Community Center, 1140 S. Front St., in Hamilton, to try again. Among items on the long agenda were diversity training for police, city employees and city leaders; requests for better street lighting (not completely accomplished, he says); police academy training for people in the Second and Fourth wards (did happen); increased diversity of city and school district employees; and the future of the BTW center (the community remains concerned). is important that we address the issues that affect our community and the people we serve, Harris said. is time to implement and follow through, stand up and not be denied. Promote and carry our pride. Let talk and do it. Like Nike. think the big issue right now is going to be what going on in Dallas (where five police officers were shot dead during a protest against shootings by police), what happened in Minnesota (where an African American motorist pulled over by police was shot four times), and what happened in Baton Rouge (La.) (where a black man was shot several times while officers held him on the ground. Police said he had a gun), Harris said. Harris called the events and says it important to take the approach that lives matter. Naab noted the city in late 2014 created a Diversity and Inclusion Commission to improve such issues, we been addressing internally for both city staff, and externally for our residents, our commitment toward diversifying and diversity training nike x stone island for our staff and bringing staff along in our process of our focus toward diversity. truly believe that we as a city have addressed the diversity needs of our city staff and of our city administration that are currently with us today, and the promise of continuing this for the future, Naab said. really taken that Bob would feel this way because of all the things we done over the past five or six years. City council members recently appointed members to Hamilton new 17 Strong Advisory Board, but no African Americans or Second Ward residents were included, because only one applied out of 30 who did, and she was not selected. The Census Bureau has estimated 8.4 percent of the city residents are black, while 5.3 percent are Hispanic. The new board president is of Mexican heritage.