Responding to a questionnaire sent by the Anti-Racism Committee of South Pasadena to all of the candidates in the November 3 election for South Pasadena City Council, three of the six candidates have outlined their views on reducing racial bias (conscious and unconscious) and systemic racism.
The detailed responses from Jack Donovan, Michelle Hammond, Steve Rossi (write-in candidate) and Evelyn Zneimer are available at the group’s website, arcsouthpasadena.org/2020-candidate-questionnaire.
Alan Ehrlich, Robert Joe and Jon Primuth did not respond to the group’s questionnaire.
The Anti-Racism Committee of South Pasadena is a diverse group of local residents focused on addressing systemic racism in the city, as well as working toward racial justice in government policy, public safety, education, housing, art, and community services.
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