The Cultural and diversity task force consists of 14 members mainly from the Bryan County NAACP chapter. President Johnnie Quiller says they’re looking to tackle three issues within the task force: economic opportunity, education, and criminal justice.
“Our goal is to do investigative research, we want hard data, we want data that’s available to the public, we want data that we may have to request from various sources. So we want valuable data, nothing that’s opinionated,” said Johnnie Quiller, the Bryan County NAACP President. “Not only are we looking at hard data though, we are also going to gather some soft data. That means we’re going to go out into the community.”
They’re asking for honest answers. The survey will run for about two weeks and after the two weeks, they will process the data and analyze the results.
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