Meeting Times / Details
Second Wednesday of the Month
|Term Length:||3 Years|
The mission of the Human Relations Commission is to foster tolerance and mutual respect through education and public awareness programs. The primary responsibility of the Commission is to eliminate unlawful discrimination within the City of Bloomington.
The Commission also serves as a catalyst to resolve conflicts within the community through the use of mediation and conciliation. The Human Relations Commission consists of seven (7) members appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council. The members serve a term of three (3) years. The Human Relations Commission investigates complains of discrimination in the areas of employment, housing, public accommodations, and financing.
Bloomington Human Relations Commission Position Statement
All other published documentation for Human Relations Commission meetings can be found in the Documents Archive.
|City Staff||Hurt, Michael||N/A|
Indicates Mayor Appointed Position
Mission Statement (Adopted June 14, 2000)
To protect the right of all citizens to equal opportunity for education, employment, housing, public accommodations and financing; To foster tolerance and mutual respect through education and public awareness programs; To deter and prevent unlawful discrimination through the implementation and enforcement of the Bloomington Human Relations Ordinance.
Human Relations Ordinance
National Urban League
Normal Human Relations Commission
McLean County India Association
Prairie Pride Coalition
Illinois Department of Human Rights
ISU Triangle Association
Sister City Association of B/N
ACLU of Illinois
Southern Poverty Law Center