Civil rights group hunts for PR firm

WASHINGTON, DC: The US Commission on Civil Rights, an independent agency that oversees discriminatory practices, has issued a request-for-proposal seeking public relations assistance with a conference and the release of two reports.

WASHINGTON, DC: The US Commission on Civil Rights, an independent agency that oversees discriminatory practices, has issued a request-for-proposal seeking public relations assistance with a conference and the release of two reports.

WASHINGTON, DC: The US Commission on Civil Rights, an independent agency that oversees discriminatory practices, has issued a request-for-proposal seeking public relations assistance with a conference and the release of two reports.

The good news is the destination: Hawaii; the bad news is the deadline: this month.

The work involves research, the promotion of two reports (which will be released at the conference) and the planning of press and public relations services for a State Advisory Committee forum this September.

Ruby Moy, the commission's staff director, said a 'substantial' number of agencies had received the RFP. Seven have applied so far.



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