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Book Read and Discussion with James Han Mattson

Join the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition for special book reads and discussions with James Han Mattson about his first novel, "The Lost Prayers of Ricky Graves." "The Lost Prayers of Ricky Graves," tells the story of a gay teen who snaps, shooting two of his...

Tawny Cale joins NDHRC’s Board of Directors

The North Dakota Human Rights Coalition welcomes Minot resident Tawny Cale to the Board of Directors. Tawny (Trottier) Cale is an enrolled member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe as well as a descendant of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and the Spirit Lake...

NDHRC Statement on Rep. Omar and Rep. Buffalo

We, the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition Board of Directors, stand firmly behind Representative Ruth Anna Buffalo in her support of Representative Ilhan Omar. The attacks Reps. Omar and Buffalo face as women of color in our current political climate are a...

Legislative Crossover & Mid-Winter Gathering

Join the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition at the Hotel Donaldson - HoDo on Monday, February 25 from 5-7 pm for a mid-winter gathering. State representatives will be on hand to share the latest updates about important bills transitioning between chambers. Engage in...

Support the NDHRC with your End of Year Donation

Dear friends, What a year this has been. One could be tempted to launch into a description of all the things happening nationally and locally. But I am not. I want to tell you what an incredible year it has been for the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition. We are...

Support human rights on #GivingTuesday

How many ways can you increase your donated dollar? On #GivingTuesday your donated dollar to North Dakota Human Rights Coalition can be increased not once, not twice, but three times. A challenge match grant from Equality Federation doubles the value of your donation...

NDHRC Statement of Solidarity with our Jewish Family

North Dakota Human Rights Coalition stands in solidarity with the families and members of the Tree of Life Congregation, Pittsburg, as they mourn the loss of their fellow members needlessly and mindlessly murdered while attending their place of worship. We stand in...

NDRHC Statement on Native American Voter Suppression

Voting is one of the most basic of human rights. It is articulated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; Article 21: Right to Participate in Government and in Free Elections.  And yet, Native Americans were not granted citizenship in the United States until...

North Dakota LGBTQ Summit: United Across North Dakota

Join Dakota Outright, the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition, Red River Rainbow Seniors, the Pride Collective, the Equality Federation, and Rural Pride for the first North Dakota LGBTQ+ Summit United Across North Dakota, the Summit will engage education to promote...

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