Mayor Comitta Invited to White House to Honor Bayard Rustin

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b2b matchmaking platform anchor helpful resources rencontre 2428 cherche velo femme occasion rencontrer des hommes sur internet this post femmes cherche homme pour mariage maroc go now best online dating in chicago Carolyn T. Comitta, Mayor of West Chester, has the distinct honor of representing West Chester’s own, Bayard Rustin, as one of the recipients of the 2013 Presidential Medal of Freedom. 

Mayor Comitta will visit the White House on November 20th to attend the Presidential Medal of Freedom Ceremony and Reception.

Click the Read More button to read a letter from Mayor Comitta regarding award.

Dear Neighbors:

I am honored to have been invited by President and Mrs. Obama to the White House for the Presidential Medal of Freedom Ceremony and Reception on November 20th.

West Chester’s own Bayard Rustin is one of the recipients of the 2013 Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor bestowed in our country.  When the announcement was made in August, we held a celebration at Borough Hall on August 21st.  Please see the Mayor’s citation from that event below.  The citation includes some background information about Bayard Rustin, his important civil and human rights work, and some information about his roots in West Chester.

Bayard Rustin’s vision and tireless work toward equality and justice for all is critical work each of us must continue today and always in West Chester and across our country and the world.  

Best regards,

Carolyn T. Comitta
Mayor of West Chester



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