Natchez already adopted non-discrimination stance
Bravo for Thursday’s editorial on the City Council’s tabling of a proposed non-discrimination ordinance.
It correctly pointed out that the city has on record a stronger resolution adopted in 2016 ( the year of the city’s tricentennial) that states “clearly and emphatically the city does not tolerate or support discrimination” of any kind.
Natchez is a very compassionate city and that attribute is well known here and abroad.
The proposed ordinance is not needed to underscore our respect for the rights of all persons.
I would also like to give kudos to former Mayor Butch Brown who proposed the seminal non-discrimination resolution in 2016 as part of the celebration of the 300th birthday of Natchez.
Founding Chair of the Natchez Tricentennial Commission