Have a discrimination complaint? Contact Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights
If you believe that you have been discriminated against and the alleged incident took place in Minneapolis, you can contact the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights to set up an appointment with an Intake Officer. The Intake Officer will discuss the alleged discriminatory act(s) and the investigatory process with you. Appointments can be set up by email firstname.lastname@example.org, in person, or by phone at (612) 673-2091. You can also start the complaint process by completing an online complaint request.
To help people better understand the complaint process, the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights is taking part in Community Filing Day Thursday, Oct. 25. This will be an opportunity to learn about your rights, and hear how your case might be investigated by a neutral third-party.
Community Filing Day
Thursday, Oct. 25, 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
American Indian OIC
1845 Franklin Ave. S
The City of Minneapolis prohibits discrimination based on the following:
- Credit & Lending
- Labor Organization
- Housing & Real Estate
- Educational Institutions
- Employment Agency
- Public Service
- Public Assistance
- Public Accommodation
- Coercion in Housing
- Professional Organization
- Aiding, Abetting, Facilitating
- Furnishing Employment Information & Employment Advertising
Published Oct. 23, 2012