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The most common form of unlawful discrimination occurs when people are treated differently because of a protected characteristic. Learn more about who and what is protected here.
Intake is the first step in filing a complaint. To speak with someone about your rights under the Minnesota Human Rights Act or to file a charge of discrimination, contact us.
These fact sheets serve as overview to prohibited practices as defined by the Minnesota Human Rights Act. MDHR Fact Sheets are translated in Hmong Spanish and Somali.
Under the Minnesota Human Rights Act (MHRA), employment is a protected area, and it is illegal to treat someone differently in employment because of a characteristic protected under the Act.
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All the ways you can contact the Minnesota Department of Human Rights in one place.