Human Rights Commission

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.

In this page:
    October 6 & 7 - Pathways to Parity: Investing in Economic Rights for All

    Link below to watch the two-day summit convened by the San Francisco Human Rights Commission and The New School's Institute on Race, Power & the Political Economy centered on investing in - and advancing - economic rights for all. Events were held both in person and via livestream.

    About

    The Human Rights Commission serves the community by:

    • Investigating and mediating complaints of discrimination in housing, employment, and access to public spaces
    • Providing restorative justice and mediation for community disputes
    • Managing other initiatives as directed by the Mayor and Board of Supervisors
    319,
    Sheryl Evans Davis
    Executive Director

    Contact

    Human Rights Commission

    25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 800
    San Francisco, CA 94102
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    Phone

    Request public records

    Email hrc.info@sfgov.org to submit a request.

    Archived website

    See previous website archived June 2022.