HRC - Commission
Up to 11 Commissioners are appointed by the Mayor to represent the diverse human rights interests of the City.
The Human Rights Commission advocates for human and civil rights, and works in service of the City’s anti-discrimination laws to further racial solidarity, equity, and healing.
Join the SFHRC for Fierce Love & Joy: Creating Safe Space for Our Young People, May 23 at SF JAZZ (201 Franklin St.), featuring mother, teacher, and author Sonya Curry; recording artist and former educator Dee-1; activist and entrepreneur Michelle MiJung Kim; and civil rights advocate Areva Martin.
Improving outcomes for Black youth and families in San Francisco, through targeted investments in historically marginalized communities.
Transforming systems and advocating for policies to support the liberation of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color in San Francisco.
Developing recommendations for repairing harm done to San Francisco's diverse Black communities by discriminatory City policies.
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See previous website archived June 2022.