Departments

Human Relations Commission

Human Relations Commission logo The Human Relations Commission (HRC) protects and promotes human dignity and respect for the rights of all individuals and groups; establishes and implements procedures to receive, investigate, mediate, conciliate, adjust, dispose of, issue orders and hold hearings on complaints arising under the human relations ordinance; develops Community Development Block Grant recommendations for City Council; reviews and makes recommendations regarding the status of social services provided to East Lansing residents. These members represent to the extent practicable, the population of the city especially those groups protected by the ordinance.

  

 

Civil Rights Complaints

In accordance with Chapter 22 of the City Code, the City protects against discrimination or prejudice based on religion, race, color, national origin, age, height, weight, disability, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, student status or the use of adaptive devices or aides. Learn how to make a civil right complaint.

 

Fair Housing

The City protects the right to engage in any type of real estate transaction without discrimination. Learn more about Fair Housing.

 

Commission Members (3-year term, meets monthly, 9 members)  Term Expiration
 Alexander Chemey  2014
 Claudia Combs-Wise  2014
 Ana Wolken, Chair  2014
 Curtis Audette  2015
 William Sawyer-Todd  2015
 Charlotte Smith, Vice-chair  2015
 Vacancy  2016
 Nathan Terwilliger  2016
 Ron Bacon  2016
Council Liaison: Councilmember Susan Woods
Staff Resource: Shelli Neumann, Human Resources Director
 

 

Application for appointment to the Human Relations Commission

 

 


   
 

Human Relations Commission logo The Human Relations Commission (HRC) protects and promotes human dignity and respect for the rights of all individuals and groups; establishes and implements procedures to receive, investigate, mediate, conciliate, adjust, dispose of, issue orders and hold hearings on complaints arising under the human relations ordinance; develops Community Development Block Grant recommendations for City Council; reviews and makes recommendations regarding the status of social services provided to East Lansing residents. These members represent to the extent practicable, the population of the city especially those groups protected by the ordinance.

  

 

Civil Rights Complaints

In accordance with Chapter 22 of the City Code, the City protects against discrimination or prejudice based on religion, race, color, national origin, age, height, weight, disability, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, student status or the use of adaptive devices or aides. Learn how to make a civil right complaint.

 

Fair Housing

The City protects the right to engage in any type of real estate transaction without discrimination. Learn more about Fair Housing.

 

Commission Members (3-year term, meets monthly, 9 members)  Term Expiration
 Alexander Chemey  2014
 Claudia Combs-Wise  2014
 Ana Wolken, Chair  2014
 Curtis Audette  2015
 William Sawyer-Todd  2015
 Charlotte Smith, Vice-chair  2015
 Vacancy  2016
 Nathan Terwilliger  2016
 Ron Bacon  2016
Council Liaison: Councilmember Susan Woods
Staff Resource: Shelli Neumann, Human Resources Director
 

 

Application for appointment to the Human Relations Commission

 

 


   
 



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