Retaliation, Coercing & Obstructing
The Human Rights Act also prohibits the following conduct:
- Retaliating against those who seek relief under the Human Rights Act, participate as a witness or supporting someone who is seeking relief under the law.
- Encouraging, compelling, coercing or assisting unlawful discrimination.
- Intentionally obstructing or preventing individuals from complying with the Human Rights Act or the Department from enforcing the Human Rights Act.
Learn more about your rights under the Minnesota Human Rights Act and the role of the Minnesota Department of Human Rights in ending discrimination.