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Our Mission
To eradicate discrimination in the Commonwealth through enforcement of the Kentucky Civil Rights Act.

Our Vision
A Commonwealth united against discrimination. A Commonwealth united for equality.

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The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights
enforces the Kentucky Civil Rights Act

and the U.S. Civil Rights Act.

These laws make discrimination illegal.

The Commission works to end discrimination

and promote equality for everyone.

To file a discrimination complaint or for more information,

contact us at 1.800.292.5566.

 

Read Kentucky Commission on Human Rights News:

http://kentucky.gov/Newsroom/kchr/


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Thank You for Making the 50th Anniversary March on Frankfort

A Great Success!

View photos of the event:

 Gallery of Photos

 

 

50 Years in the Journey of Civil Rights: Kentucky Commission on Human Rights Timeline

·         1960's

·         1970's

·         1980's

·         1990's

·         2000's

·         2010's

Kentucky Civil Rights Timeline

 

End Discrimination? Yes! Sharing knowledge is the key.

Partnerships:

Education:

We provide training in -

  • Fair Housing Training Seminars
  • Fair Employment Training Seminars
  • Diversity Training Workshops
  • Sexual Harassment Training

 

 

Commission Executive Director
 


   

In the photo, Executive Director John Johnson stands with the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Sculpture in Washington D.C.

 

Last Updated 9/3/2014
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