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League of Minnesota Human Rights Commissions

Advocating Against Discrimination

The League of Minnesota Human Rights Commissions is a voluntary non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and advancement of human rights.

league_logo.gifThe League of Minnesota Human Rights Commissions, founded in 1971, is a coalition of local human rights commissions that have been established by charter or ordinance in communities throughout Minnesota. The League is the only private, statewide organization concerned with opposing all forms of illegal discrimination, and with enhancing the rights of all groups of people defined by the Minnesota Human Rights Law.

While its member commissions are public agencies, the League is a private, non-governmental organization. The Board of Directors consists of 20 members, who meet monthly.

For information about local League of Human Rights Commissions by location, visit the League's web site or its Facebook page.

For information on starting a new commission, contact 763.535.1051 or email:

For information on the Board of Directors, contact:

League of Minnesota Human Rights Commissions
4100 Lakeview Avenue North
Robbinsdale, MN 55423
Phone: 763.535.1051

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