NOW RECRUITING: 2019 Citywide Racial Equity Team
The San Francisco Human Rights Commission is pleased to open enrollment for the 2019 cohort of SF’s Citywide Racial Equity Team.
Racial Equity Film Series
Join HRC for a BROWN BAG Film Series and Citywide Racial Equity Team 2019 Information Sessions.
Join Us for A New MBSK Speaker Series Event: "Faith, Hope and Healing"
Join HRC on Friday, June 29, 2018 for a discussion on tools, supports and resources that have positively impacted African Americans' lives: faith, in both the spiritual and cultural sense; hope, investing in our youth; and healing, ways we can address the challenges of violence, police brutality, poverty and mental and physical well-bring in our communities. Free registration here.
Read Our 2017 Annual Report
Learn more about HRC's successful year with community here.
Report on Cannabis Equity in San Francisco Released
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.
HRC Executive Director's Report on Conducted Energy Devices
Read the Report here.
Attend an Info Session for the 2018 GARE Cohort on October 31 or November 14 at the HRC
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.
New Toolkit for the Help Against Hate Initiative
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.