Denver African American Commission Launches New Community Survey

New Community Survey Developed by HRCP’s Denver African American Commission Seeks to Identify the Needs of our Local African American Community ~

DENVER – The Denver Agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships (HRCP)’s Denver African American Commission (DAAC) is launching a new survey geared toward Denver’s African American community. Ahead of Black History Month, DAAC is seeking input directly from the community members it represents about those current issues or concerns they want the commission to prioritize in 2024.

The anonymous 10-minute Denver African American Commission Community Survey focuses on three key categories, Current Social Challenges, Government Efforts, and Representation. The 11 questions are aimed at identifying key strategies and current or future legislative initiatives for the Denver African American Commission to pursue on behalf of the community, as the commission’s main task is to advise HRCP’s Executive Director and the Mayor on issues and concerns that impact and are of importance to the African American community.  

Adults who are 18 years or older and live and/or work in the Denver Metro Area are encouraged to participate. “This is an important opportunity to make your voice heard and shape the future of the Denver African American Commission and of the community it represents.” – Bobbie Alexander, Denver African American Commission.  



About HRCP’s Denver African American Commission: DAAC serves as a bridge between the African American community and policymakers and engages in responsible activism for the community. The commission accomplishes its goals by being advocates, conveners of information sharing, communicators, and a resource to community members. Visit for more information and ways to get involved.

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