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  • Residents Sought for Board Vacancy on Cambridge Human Rights Commission

    City Manager Louis A. DePasquale is seeking a resident to fill a vacancy on the Cambridge Human Rights Commission.

  • Fair Housing Listening Session

    The Cambridge Human Rights Commission will participate in a Fair Housing Listening Session, in conjunction with the Community Development Department’s Housing Division, on Monday, March 2, at 6:00 PM in the Valente Branch Library, Program Room located at 826 Cambridge Street. Fair Housing laws protect people from discrimination when they are renting or buying a home, getting a mortgage, seeking housing assistance, or engaging in housing-related activities. CDD/Housing and CHRC invite you to share your experiences with fair housing in Cambridge. Information gathered will help the City better understand barriers to fair housing so that these issues can be considered as part of the City’s planning for use of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding in future years.

  • Fair Housing Listening Session

    The Cambridge Human Rights Commission will participate in a Fair Housing Listening Session, in conjunction with the Community Development Department’s Housing Division, on Wednesday, November 13th, at 6:00 PM in the Citywide Senior Center Ballroom, located at 806 Massachusetts Ave. Fair Housing laws protect people from discrimination when they are renting or buying a home, getting a mortgage, seeking housing assistance, or engaging in housing-related activities. CDD/Housing and CHRC invite you to share your experiences with fair housing in Cambridge. Information gathered will help the City better understand barriers to fair housing so that these issues can be considered as part of the City’s planning for use of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding in future years.

  • Residents Sought for Board Vacancy on Cambridge Human Rights Commission. Application Deadline Extended to 9-13-19.

    The Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC) seeks Cambridge residents representing the diversity of Cambridge.

  • Residents Sought for Board Vacancy on Cambridge Human Rights Commission

    The Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC) seeks Cambridge residents representing the diversity of Cambridge.

  • Free Training - Gender Identity and the Law - Public Accommodations

    The City of Cambridge’s LGBTQ+ Commission and the Human Rights Commission are holding a training on Thursday, June 13, 2019 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Main Library, 449 Broadway, regarding how businesses can comply with the state’s gender identity non-discrimination law in places of public accommodation. In addition, the training will cover best practices for maintaining inclusive environments regardless of one’s gender identity. This training is open to all businesses. Please contact this office or the Human Rights Commission if you have any questions.

  • Fair and Affordable Open House - Saturday April 27

    Attend the Fair and Affordable Housing Open House event on Saturday, April 27, 2019 to learn about numerous services and programs offered in Cambridge that address a range of housing needs.

  • Antidiscrimination Policy: Notice for Realtors

    Cambridge anti-discrimination notice available here.

  • CHRC Launches New Online Discrimination Intake Form

    The Cambridge Human Rights Commission has launched a new online Discrimination Intake Form to enable folks who believe they have been discriminated against in Cambridge to file initial information with the Commission.

  • Multimedia Story Cascade Regarding Lead in Cambridge

    Announcing our multimedia story cascade regarding Lead in Cambridge. The presence of lead paint in homes built before 1978 still exists in Cambridge. Read the following story cascade to protect your family from exposure and learn how the City of Cambridge can help make your home lead-safe.

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