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The Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC) will be open to members of the public, by appointment only, on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Appointments can be made online, by phone at 617-349-4396, or by email at crosa@cambridgema.gov.

Publications

Human Rights Commission

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Format Document Name & Description Type Category Date
2009 Summer News letter
Newsletter of the Cambridge Human Rights Commission
Publication
6/21/2009
2009 Winter News letter
Newsletter of the Cambridge Human Rights Commission
Publication
12/21/2009
2010 Summer News letter
Newsletter of the Cambridge Human Rights Commission
Publication
6/21/2010
pdf
2012 Summer Newsletter
2012 Summer Newsletter
6/19/2013
pdf
2013 Summer News Letter
2013 Summer News Letter
Document
8/14/2013
pdf
2014 Summer Newsletter
Human Rights Commission
Newsletter
7/2/2014
pdf
Addressing LGBT Homelessness and Housing Discrimination
The City of Cambridge Human Rights Commission partnered with the Cambridge Continuum of Care to develop Equal Access training for local shelters.
Publication
Reports
3/30/2016
pdf
CHRC Gender Identity the Law Training
Effective Oct. 1, 2016, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts prohibits discrimination based on gender identity in places of Public Accommodation. A place of public accommodation as defined in M.G.L.c. 272 92A includes any place open to and serving the public. This training details how businesses can comply with the state’s gender identity non-discrimination law in places of public accommodation. In addition, the training covers best practices for maintaining inclusive environments regardless of one’s gender identity.
Document
Resource Guide
6/13/2019
pdf
CHRC Rules of Procedure
CHRC Rules of Procedure
Document
12/20/2018
CHRC Rules of Procedure
City of Cambridge CHRC Rules of Procedure
Document
10/4/2012
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