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Your one-stop shop for information on upcoming MDHR webinars. Register today for our upcoming Webinar: Beyond Ban the Box - Hiring People with Criminal Background.

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February: Black History Month

Originating in 1926 by African American historian and scholar Carter G. Woodson as a week-long celebration, the Black History has expanded to a month-long series of activities since 1976. Read more to learn about Black History Month in Minnesota.

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File a Complaint

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.

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Workforce Certificates Requirements and Audits

MDHR offers resources for contractors to assist them in applying for and retaining their workforce certificate.

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Your Rights - Education Discrimination

Under the Human Rights Act, education is protected, and it's  illegal to treat you differently because of your, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, status with regard to public assistance, age or sexual orientation. 

Learn more about discrimination in education and hostile educational environments. 

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