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In August, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights will move to a new St. Paul office.
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.
Every person in Minnesota is protected by the Human Rights Act because every person, based on their personal characteristics such as a person’s race or sex, belongs to one or more of the protected classes.
Apply for Certificates: Apply for Equal Pay and Workforce Certificates.
If you have questions about civil rights or believe you have been discriminated against, contact the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights offers resources for contractors to assist them in applying for and retaining their workforce certificate.