The Maryland Association of Human Relations/Rights Agencies and the Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights are proud to host the 2018 Human Rights Day! The agenda will be published here once more information is finalized. A free lunch is available for all attendees.
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THE MARYLAND ASSOCIATION OF HUMAN RELATIONS/HUMAN RIGHTS AGENCIES (MAHRA)
Maryland Civil Rights Commission, Anne Arundel County Human Relations Commission, City of Annapolis Human Relations Commission, Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights & Wage Enforcement, Baltimore County Human Relations Commission, City of Cumberland Human Relations Commission, Frederick County Human Relations Commission, Harford County Human Relations Commission, Howard County Office of Human Rights, Montgomery County Office of Human Rights, Prince George’s County Human Relations Commission
The mission of the Maryland Association of Human Rights/Relations Agencies (MAHRA) is to serve as a clearinghouse for sharing civil and human relations/rights and EEO information among state, local, and national human rights commissions and organizations.
THE CIVIL RIGHTS COALITION OF MARYLAND
THE COALITION OPPOSED TO VIOLENCE & EXTREMISM (COVE)
About MAHRA: The Maryland Association of Human Relations/Human Rights Agencies is the association of law enforcement agencies throughout Maryland tasked with enforcing laws in and/or promoting civil rights, human rights, and human relations. These agencies are established by the State, the county, or the municipality in which they serve.
About the Civil Rights Coalition of Maryland: The Civil Rights Coalition of Maryland is a group of member organizations and leaders that work within the state to advance civil rights for all Marylanders, with a primary focus on government action. The Coalition will works for the establishment and enforcement of these rights in law, and for the realization of social and economic conditions in which the fulfillment of these rights is enhanced.
About the Coalition Opposed to Violence & Extremism (COVE):The Coalition Opposed to Violence and Extremism is an alliance of public and private civil rights organizations, community human relations, law enforcement, advocacy, religious and educational organizations in Maryland and the Washington, D.C. area. Founded in 1979, COVE pursues activities that oppose, resist and eliminate bigotry, prejudice, violence and extremism based on race, religion, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and disability. The organization is also committed to fostering an understanding and tolerance amongst diverse groups in the community.
For more information please contact:
Michele Masters, Office Manager
Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights