League of Minnesota Human Rights Commissions www.leagueofmnhumanrights.org
The League of Minnesota Human Rights Commissions provides advocacy, advice and guidance to city, county, state as well as other Municipal agencies pursuant to their ordinances or resolutions in human and civil rights.
To assist the Minnesota Department of Human Rights carry out the purposes set forth by statue 363A, and to develop partnerships with all divisions within state government and other entities, businesses and organizations involved in human and civil rights.
Founded in 1971, the League of Minnesota Human Rights Commissions is a partnership of local human rights commissions that have been established by charter or ordinance in communities throughout Minnesota, and by amendments approved by the board in March 2016, organizations and individuals who have met the criteria set forth by the board are now authorized to become members of the league. All members must pay dues prior to being appointed.
While its member commissions are public agencies, the League is tax exempt with a federal 501(c)(3) classification pursuant to the IRS Code. Grants and contributions to the League are tax deductible upon request.
The League is the only non-governmental, statewide organization recognized by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights as the official advisory body to the department.
League of Minnesota Human Rights Commissions
4100 Lakeview Avenue North
Robbinsdale, MN 55422-2208