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Events and Calendar

MDHR Events and Calendar

Each month of the year, offers the opportunity for celebration and education at area events. MDHR posts community events for Human Rights Commissions and partners as a public service.

Morris Know Your Rights, Jan. 14

The Minnesota Department of Human Rights will host a Know Your Rights event this Saturday in Morris, Minn.

Know Your Rights Event 

Time: 7:45 p.m. 

Date: Saturday, Jan. 14 

Place: Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, 207 East Third Street Morris, MN. 

Topic: The informational session will help you understand your rights under the Minnesota Human Rights Act.

Every person in Minnesota is protected by the Human Rights Act as every person, based on their personal characteristics such as a person’s race or sex, belongs to one or more of the Protected Classes. Protected classes include race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, familial status, disability, public assistance status, age, sexual orientation and local human rights commission activity.

For more information contact Emily Zimmer at 651.539.1109.

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Register - Human Rights Symposium

NEW, Attend the Event or Enjoy the Virtual Experience. You can attend the event in St. Paul or watch virtually from the comfort of your desk, office, or just about anywhere that you have an internet connection. Learn more.

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November: Native American Heritage Month

Indian Tribes in Minnesota

In Minnesota, there are seven Anishinaabe (Chippewa, Ojibwe) reservations and four Dakota (Sioux) communities. A reservation or community is a segment of land that belongs to one or more groups of American Indians. Learn more about Native American Heritage Month.

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