HRC, in partnership with the San Francisco Office of Cannabis and the Controller's Office, analyzed data related to disparities in the cannabis industry and provided recommendations for policy options to foster equitable access to cannabis industry participation. Read the report here.
Read the Report here.
The Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE) is a national network of government agencies working to achieve racial equity and advance opportunities for all. GARE 2018 Cohort applications are now being accepted and are due by November 21. To find out more about GARE and why your government agency should apply, attend one of our Info Sessions on October 31 or November 14 from 1:00-2:30pm. More info here.
Download the flyer here. Stations will be open at various times throughout the day with opportunities to engage in healing activities and methods of direct action that take a stand for love and provide help in the face of hate. Other important events are also listed for you to take part in that day. En español aqui.
Read the Press Release here.
As we approach the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love and Aretha Franklin’s recording of "Respect," now more than ever, we must foster a spirit of respect and love for each other, our communities and our City. Join the HRC throughout the summer to participate in workshops, learn strategies of engagement, and hear community perspectives on the pressing equity issues of our time. View the calendar here.
Join the HRC on April 13 at 5:30pm in Room 416 of City Hall to hear a variety of perspectives on this vital issue and add your voice in public comment. Read more in our press release here and flyer here.
Read more about the HRC's 2016 year in review here.
The HRC is proud to partner with other City agencies to provide resources and take a stand against hate, and has just released the Respect & Love Toolkit & Resource Guide as part of its Help Against Hate Campaign. For more information, click here.
The Human Rights Commission recently convened a succesful two-day series of workshops, panels, presentations, and performances where educators, City officials, community leaders, and students helped move "from Resolution to Revolution." Read more here. More to follow.
Black to the Future is a call to action for African American community empowerment in San Francisco. Read more here.
As the Human Rights Commission, we will use our legal jurisdiction to stand up and fight for and protect the lives, livelihood, human and civil rights of our citizens and the values of San Francisco.
The HRC is proud to honor the following students, individuals, and organizations with a 2016 Hero Award.