Join the NDHRC and all your human rights allies for our annual day of information and action -- see here for more details (https://www.facebook.com/events/1120888771291992/)
The Pride Collective and Community Center is partnering with the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition in response to the tragic attack in Orlando last Sunday. We invite you to join us to rally against violence inflicted on the LGBTQ+ community, and especially those communities of color.
Please publicly stand with us and join us in honoring the victim of this most recent tragedy by participating in the reading of the 49 victims’ names. Participants will meet at 3pm this Sunday and gather with the community in the park adjacent to Great Northern Bicycles in downtown Fargo.
Join us in a stand against discrimination of all forms and in solidarity with other marginalized communities around North Dakota.
Please contact Chelsea Pace at email@example.com with any questions.
The Evening of Possibilities is an annual event held by the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition (NDHRC). This year, NDHRC has invited three community friends on the frontline of human rights concerns in North Dakota:
Karen Ehrens with Ehrens Consulting will discuss the importance of access to healthy food, a growing human rights issue;
Jennifer Weisgerber, Vice President of Dakota OutRight will address organizing local and state efforts for Nondiscrimination policies, and
Senator Erin Oban of District 35 will share general human rights issues facing our state, and what we can do to move the state forward.
Come enjoy light Hors d'oeuvres and beverages, meet and greet with NDHRC Board members & state representatives, find out how to join and support the coalition, and socialize with friends about human rights issues impacting North Dakota.
Join us for the 6th Annual Human Rights Summit. The theme for this year's summit is Human Rights: The State of the State. Our Keynote Speaker will be Troy Seibel, Commissioner of the ND Department of Labor and Human Rights. Additional Speakers Include:
- Dereck Stonefish, Public Health Research Project Manager, NDSU
- Pearl Walker, Project Manager- Public Health Department , NDSU
- Jenn Weisgerber, Vice President of Dakota OutRight
- Representative Kathy Hogan, Interim Chair for the Human Services Committee, North Dakota State Legislature
Registration fee $30 (Breakfast & Lunch Included) | Student discount rate $15
November 14th, 2015 | 9:00-4:00
Northern Lights, winner of the Camera d’Or for Best First Feature at the Cannes International Film Festival and many other prizes around the world, is a classic American independent film. Against a backdrop of a bitter winter on the Dakota prairie and the equally brutal economic forces of 1915, a story unfolds which pits small Midwestern farmers against “the powers that be” - bankers, railroad men, big grain dealers and an entrenched political machine. Based on the fictional diary of farmer Ray Sorenson, Northern Lights chronicles the struggle of these small farmers as they fight to save their farms, their families and their very way of life. By banding together in a grassroots movement - the little known Nonpartisan League - Ray and his cohorts confront great odds and Ray’s own personal doubts and dilemmas in his love for the beautiful Inga.
The Evening of Possibilities is an annual event held by the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition (NDHRC). This year, NDHRC has invited a number of state legislators to speak about legislative possibilities pertaining to human rights issues in North Dakota.
Come enjoy light Hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar, meet with NDHRC Board members and state legislators, find out how to join the coalition, and socialize about human rights issues impacting North Dakota.
Thursday August 20, 2015 | 5:00 – 7:00 pm
The Hotel Donaldson | 101 Broadway North | Fargo, ND 58102
Free will donation
This event is the inaugural event for the Bismarck-Mandan area. The North Dakota Human Rights Coalition (NDHRC) will give residents a look at our mission and vision for the state.
Come enjoy light Hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar, meet NDHRC Board members, find out how to join the coalition, and socialize about human rights issues impacting North Dakota.
Erin Oban will join us and say a few words. Senator Oban represents North Dakota's District 35 in Bismarck, and is a member of the North Dakota Democratic-Nonpartisan League Party.
Discrimination is NOT a North Dakota Value
SB 2279 would amend the ND Human Rights Act and the ND Fair Housing Act to include sexual orientation and gender identity as protected from workplace and housing discrimination throughout our state. This important legislation passed the ND Senate on February 17, 2015, the first time since 2009. We need your help to support NDHRC's Legislative Advocacy Team to advance SB 2279 in the ND House.
This event is hosted by: Karen Stoker, Rep. Joshua Bosche & Zachary Packineau, Celeste Carlson & Amber Carlson Allebach, Bernie Erickson & Dr. David Hamilton, Cindy Roholt & Lee Clarens, Dr. Kristen Benson
$50 Suggested Donation (all donation levels are appreciated)
Contributions can be made to NDHRC (P.O. Box 1961, Fargo, ND 58107) or online at ndhrc.org/support.
Thanks to the partnership of the ND AFL-CIO, ND United, Pride Collective & Community Center, ND Women's Network and NDHRC, a free screening of "Pride" will take place on Sunday, March 1st at 1:00pm the Fargo Theatre. We invite and encourage you to invite others to join us!
Its the summer of 1984 Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is on strike. At the Gay Pride March in London, a group of gay and lesbian activists decides to raise money to support the families of the striking miners. But there is a problem. The Union seems embarrassed to receive their support.
But the activists are not deterred. They decide to ignore the Union and go direct to the miners. They identify a mining village in deepest Wales and set off in a mini bus to make their donation in person. And so begins the extraordinary story of two seemingly alien communities who form a surprising and ultimately triumphant partnership.
Join in helping pass SB 2279! Protect ALL North Dakotans
Senate Bill 2279, an anti-discrimination bill, will come for a vote as soon as next week. SB 2279 would amend the North Dakota Human Rights Act and the North Dakota Fair Housing Act to provide the same protections from discrimination for all North Dakotans. This is important so that no North Dakotan has to live in fear of being fired from her job or kicked out of his apartment based on sexual orientation.
Businesses, job seekers and their families look for strong and supportive communities where they can thrive and call home. Currently, 21 other states in the country provide protections and North Dakota must be competitive to fill the 20,000 job openings in our state.
A recent poll conducted by DFM Research reported that a majority of North Dakota residents over the age of 18 support SB2279 to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation.
We need to be sure this message is heard loud and clear!
Can you join us for a night of action to tell our senators across the state to vote in favor of SB227? Since the vote will likely come up during the week of Valentine’s Day, we thought it pretty fitting to encourage our senators to recognize Love is Love and support 2279!
Please join us for statewide efforts as we reach out to legislators, craft letters to the editors, and make sure our voices are heard!
Monday February 9th
6 pm-8:30 pm
Bismarck: Unitarian Universalist Church: 818 East Divide Ave
Grand Forks: Christus Rex: 3012 University Ave (in the Library)
Fargo: Planned Parenthood Office: 624 Main Ave Suite 9 (in the DeLendrecies Building downtown)
Please bring a laptop and phone if you’re able!