DC Office of Human Rights Training Request
The DC Office of Human Rights (OHR) is the government agency dedicated to eradicating discrimination and promoting equal opportunity in the District of Columbia. As part of its proactive work to prevent discrimination based on the District’s 20 protected groups, it conducts outreach that teaches community members about anti-discrimination laws in DC and how to file discrimination complaints with OHR. It includes an explanation of OHR’s free process for investigating complaints, the damages complainants can receive, and how to identify discriminatory incidents when they occur. Presentations can be as short as five minutes to as long as an hour, with or without a question and answer period.
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