Bi-partisan racial disparity task force seeks citizen members

The Brillion News

MADISON – The creation of a new Speaker’s Task Force on Racial Disparity, announced by Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, got sudden bi-partisan credibility when Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke, R-Kaukauna, announced that Representative Shelia Stubbs, D-Madison, would co-chair the task force with him.

The mission of the task force was described as working to end racial disparities that exist at every age and in every aspect of a person’s life across the State of Wisconsin.

The task force is seeking citizen members from across the state.

An e-mail address was created where community members can apply to be on the task force. Individuals can send their statement of interest and resume to

The task force will be accepting applications through Friday, September 18; appointments will be finalized soon after that date.

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