Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights Outreach and Engagement Update (March)

City Of Minneapolis LogoEducating, engaging, and involving the citizens of Minneapolis on activity updates regarding the Minneapolis Civil Rights Ordinance (MCRO) is a key priority for The Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights. That is why we are happy to share two outreach events that occurred over the last two weeks.

Supporting the idea of including Civil Rights in the discussion of workplace inclusion, the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights (MDCR) partnered with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights, The Human Rights Division of the Department of Human Rights and Equal Economic Opportunity (HREEO),and other statewide organizations to host a table at The Forum On Workplace Inclusion on March 19th and 20th. In this space, the department was able to connect with professionals who had questions regarding their Civil Rights from a corporate perspective.

Continuing the increasing focus on community engagement, the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights also hosted a table at the 2nd Annual Community Connections Conference. Understanding that this years theme focused on “Common Ground: A city that works for all”, the MDCR took an opportunity to connect and answer some questions regarding how the MDCR can benefit both city government employees and residents.

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