Be it resolved that the Bucks County Human Relations Council encourages patience,
tolerance, and acceptance of our fellow citizens. In this uncertain time when our world
is in a state of distress we need to reach out to each other with open arms of healing.
Bucks County, Pennsylvania was founded
in 1682 as a safe haven of religious tolerance, with an appreciation for the diverse heritages of its settlers. Now, over
three hundred years later, Bucks County’s residents continue to celebrate the contributions that each of our racial,
ethnic, and religious groups brings to enrich our community and our lives in Bucks County.
We must recognize and remember that there is strength in our diversity. We are enriched by our ability to respect and honor
our differences. Standing together, we are like the many varieties of flowers in a healthy garden, each contributing to its
overall color, vitality and beauty.
The Bucks County Human Relations Council provides support and assistance on
both the issues of promoting appreciation for the value of diversity and for addressing discrimination. We welcome your thoughts
and/or your request for assistance.