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No, as a land-grant institution, MSU has its own agencies to protect your rights. The Human Rights Commission will refer you to the appropriate service if you need their assistance.
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No, however, the incident must have occurred within the city’s boundaries in order to be brought to the Human Rights Commission.
Contact the Human Rights Commission. The city protects you from discrimination based on both your national origin and your religion.
Want to gain experience and/or school credit by serving the cause of civil and human rights in your community? The commission has nine members and all must reside within the city’s boundaries or on MSU’s campus. Commissioners are appointed by City Council for three-year terms.
Applications are available online or at East Lansing City Hall, 410 Abbot Road.
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.