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Peace. Protest. Freedom. Hope.

Peace. Protest. Freedom. Hope.

Peace. Protest. Freedom. Hope. An evening of revolutionary music and human rights. Join the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition for two eclectic evenings of music and social justice. We'll be celebrating our successes over the past year, and looking forward to ensure...

Slay the Dragon Screenings

Slay the Dragon Screenings

Join us at the Fargo Theatre on Thursday, September 2 at 7 p.m. or in Minot on Tuesday, September 7 at 7 p.m. for a free community screening of SLAY THE DRAGON. A discussion about redistricting in North Dakota will take place following the screening of the film....

NDHRC Board Announces Hardy as Legislative Coordinator

NDHRC Board Announces Hardy as Legislative Coordinator

FARGO, ND, Wednesday, December 2, 2020 – Brandi Hardy, a decorated U.S. Army veteran and the former founder of a North Dakota non-profit, has been named Legislative Coordinator by the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition. The Board of Directors announced the...

2020 Human Rights Summit

2020 Human Rights Summit

The 2020 North Dakota Human Rights Summit is now online. This year, the summit was moved to an online conversation due to the pandemic. If you weren't able to join us in person, we're thrilled to be able to bring you the full conversation. The 2020 North Dakota Human...

NDHRC Stance on proposed Woodrow Wilson High School Name Change

NDHRC Stance on proposed Woodrow Wilson High School Name Change

Dear Ms. Knutson, Chair Fargo School Board As chair of the Board of Directors, North Dakota Human Rights Coalition, I wish to weigh in on the conversation regarding the name on Fargo's alternative high school, Woodrow Wilson. The North Dakota Human Rights Coalition is...

Homegrown Stories with Barry Nelson

Homegrown Stories with Barry Nelson

Community organizer Barry Nelson joined Dr. Shelley Lenz as part of her series, "Homegrown Stories." Their conversation includes discussion about how he got involved in improving conditions for all people and his favorite things about North Dakota.

North Dakota Human Rights Coalition Response to COVID-19 Comments

North Dakota Human Rights Coalition Response to COVID-19 Comments

(FARGO, ND) Friday, May 22, 2020 - An unfortunate situation arose this past week when a news story developed around COVID-19 cases in Fargo-area nursing homes and noted that past federal inspections indicated there were failures to sufficiently address infection...

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