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District of Columbia Civil Rights

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Organization: District of Columbia Civil Rights


The District of Columbia Office of Human Rights (OHR) was established to eradicate discrimination, increase equal opportunity and protect human rights for persons who live in or visit the District of Columbia. The agency enforces local and federal human rights laws, including the DC Human Rights Act, by providing a legal process to those who believe they have been discriminated against. OHR proactively enforces human rights in the District through Director’s Inquiries, which allow it to identify and investigate practices and policies that may be discriminatory. In addition, the agency  oversees implementation of the Language Access Program and Citywide Youth Bullying Prevention Program.



Direct: (202) 727-4559



Office of Human Rights
441 4th Street, NW, Suite 570 North
Washington , DC  20001
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