Acknowledging the universal concept of human rights, the mission of the Human Rights Commission is to ensure that ALL Red Wing residents may participate equally and fully in the human experience. The City will work to extend these rights to economic opportunity, safe and affordable housing, and quality education at all levels to create a safe and supportive community environment. This involves actively working to assure all City policies and practices do not discriminate on any basis, including immigrant or refugee status.
The Human Rights Commission holds regular meetings on the third Thursday of each even month at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 315 West 4th Street. Workshops are held on the third Thursday of each odd month at 7:00 pm in the Mississippi Room of City Hall, 315 West 4th Street (first floor and to the left just inside the 4th Street doors).
Staff Liaison: Michelle Leise, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 651-385-3618
Council Liaison: John Becker; email@example.com; Phone: 651-380-1501
Student Liaison: Cayanne Korder; firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Human Rights Commission Members and the expiration of their terms:
The seven members of the HRC have been appointed by the Mayor.
The Human Rights Commission has three openings as of February 26, 2018. If you are interested in becoming a Human Rights Commission member, please fill out the online or printable applications below. (Please be patient; these may take a minute to load.)
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Sex Trafficking Hotline, MN Day One Crisis Line at 866-223-1111 or text 612-399-9995
Genocide and Conflict
TENTS OF WITNESS - GENOCIDE AND CONFLICT - OCTOBER 27 - 29, 2016 - Press Release
Tubman Organization - Family Crisis and Support Services in Minneapolis
Attached are the "Sex Trafficking in Minnesota and Tubman's Solutions"
"Dreams Die Hard," documentary featuring case studies of individuals who were trafficked to the U.S.
State Capitol Art Restoration Project
Jim Bear Jacobs gave an excellent presentation regarding artwork at our Minnesota State Capitol Building and reasons it is offensive to our Native communities. His assertion is that "we can do better" with the artwork that visitors see during their time at our state's capital. If you would like to take direct action to influence how our state legislature deals with this issue, please visit the following link and sign the petition Mr. Jacobs created.
Red Wing PFLAG
Red Wing PFLAG The extended family of the LGBTQ community. Members include LGBTQ individuals, family members, and allies.