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Note: the Human Rights Commission (our Commissioners) are meeting during the coronavirus pandemic.  

 

City Funding Reallocation Update (Updated 9/18/20)

On June 4, 2020, Mayor London N. Breed and Supervisor Shamann Walton announced they would reallocate a portion of the San Francisco Police Department budget to better support the African American community. Mayor Breed and Supervisor Walton invited community members to share their ideas and input on the reinvestment of funding in a process facilitated by the San Francisco Human Rights Commission (HRC). In addition to circulating a survey citywide and accepting emailed comments, the HRC scheduled and hosted over a dozen meetings including on nights and weekends between June 23 and July 11 in an effort to gather comprehensive feedback from the public.

 

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 

The San Francisco Human Rights Commission's front desk reception is temporarily closed.

To protect the health and safety of our staff and customers, and to help lessen the impact of COVID-19, we have temporarily closed our reception area until further notice.

We apologize for any inconvenience. We are still able to serve you:

by phone at 415-252-2500
by email at 
hrc.info@sfgov.org 
online at sf-hrc.org

We are committed to providing accommodations for persons with disabilities and language interpretation and translation. Please contact us by phone, email, or online with your interpretation or accommodation needs.

 

Quick Links for Coronavirus (Updated 5/18/20)

 

Featured Updates

HRC Partners with USF for Constitution Day 9/17/2020

On 9/17/20 from 11:45am-1:00pm, join the Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good in a virtual "Conversation for the Common Good: Speaking Truth to Power – Election 2020!"  Featuring David Goodman, President of the Andrew Goodman Foundation, with leaders of the USFVotes team on the importance of youth leadership, voter accessibility and social justice initiatives in anticipation of the upcoming 2020 Election.  Event page here.  Facebook page here.  Register here. 

WOMAN Inc is facilitating an online, English language support group for survivors

More information here.


Discrimination and SHARP Inquiries Available During Stay Home Order

While individuals must stay home except for essential needs, the Human Rights Commission will take online and phone inquiries for the Office of Civil Rights and the Office of Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP).  For more information on SHARP, click here.  For more information on discrimination inquiries, click here. 


SHELTER IN PLACE ORDER FOR SAN FRANCISCO

Mayor Breed has issued an updated health order requiring residents to stay home except for essential needs starting at midnight on March 17 and lasting at least three weeks. More information is here.  Read the press release here and the public order here.


 

 

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