Shreveport, Louisiana Mayor Signs Executive Order to Extend City’s Nondiscrimination Policy

from KSLA News

Flanked by a broad-based group of diverse citizens, community leaders and employees, Shreveport Mayor Cedric B. Glover signed an Executive Order that broadens the City’s policy on discrimination, its applicability, and procedure of how complaints of discrimination are reported and resolved.

“The City of Shreveport is committed to ensuring that the principles of fair and equal treatment in all respects of government are understood, respected, and practiced throughout City government,” said Mayor Glover.  “Discrimination is unacceptable and from this day forward, it is the policy of the City of Shreveport that no person employed by the City, or who is an applicant for a position, shall be favored or discriminated against because of race, sex, disability, age, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, or political or religious affiliations.”

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