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Events and Calendar

MDHR Events and Calendar

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

Events and Training

Minnesota Department of Human Rights offers collaboration opportunities and host several events throughout the year. Different events can be found under our calendar regarding on special monthly topics.

For other event and training, please visit MDHR’s Facebook or email info.mdhr@state.mn.us. Any other inquires about event, please contact Jonathan Wong at 320.407.8285.

If you have an event to submit, please email to info.MDHR@state.mn.us or Jonathan Wong with the title "Event Submission to MDHR website." Any collaboration or speaker request, please visit Speaker Request page.

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June: GLBT Pride

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month

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Juneteenth

Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. On June 19th 1865, Union soldiers arrived in Texas and spread the word that President Lincoln had delivered his Emancipation Proclamation -- two years after Lincoln had issued the proclamation. The Juneteenth Festival has become a day not only for day for African Americans to celebrate their freedom, culture and achievements, but for all people of all racial backgrounds to celebrate freedom and respect for all cultures.

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Human Rights Commission Summit

The Minnesota Department of Human Rights will host the event from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on June 26, 2018 in Saint Paul, MN. The Summit will feature officials and advocates from around Minnesota who work for equality and justice through human rights education.

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