Effective March 16, 2016, the Ordinances now protect all individuals associated with military service, including veterans and active duty military personnel. Also, the Chicago Fair Housing Ordinance now prohibits retaliation.
The Commission accepts filing of complaints and other documents by e-mail. For more information, click the following link.
Simply click on the following link and select Discrimination/Hate Crimes Assistance under the Service Type drop-box menu:
|Feb 16, 2016||Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing|
|Feb 10, 2016||Chicago Says "No" to Discrimination Against Current and Former Members of the Military|
|May 11, 2016||Protect Student Interns From Discrimination|
|Feb 3, 2016||International Human Relations Council Press Conference in Support of the Muslim Community|
|Feb 2, 2016||Statement in Support of Expanding Coverage under the Chicago Human Rights & Fair Housing Ordinances|
|May 18, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Introduces Measure to Protect Residents from Discrimination|
|Feb 10, 2016||City Council Approves Expanded Protections Against Discrimination of Veterans and Active Duty Military Personnel|
|Nov 24, 2015||Chicago Public Library Partners with the Chicago Commission on Human Relations to Present a Free Film Screening of Documentary, Waking in Oak Creek, as well as a “Human Rights Day” Panel Discussion|
|Sep 30, 2015||Chicago Public Library Partners with the Chicago Commission on Human Relations to Present a Free Film Screening of Documentary Waking in Oak Creek|
|Nov 3, 2014||Mayor Emanuel and the Commission on Human Relations Announces Expanded Assistance to Non-English Speaking Victims of Discrimination|
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