The Human Relations Commission works to promote human dignity, equal opportunity and harmony among Raleigh residents. The commission also promotes activities and programs for residents without regard to race, color, creed, gender, age, sexual orientation, or national origin. The commission sponsors a number of activities that promote diversity and human relations.
Meets the second Thursday of each month
The next commission meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Sept.14 at 6 p.m.
John Chavis Memorial Park
505 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Raleigh, NC 27601
Agendas and Minutes
View agenda for upcoming meetings
The Commission sponsors a number of activities that promote diversity and human relations. Among them:
- Human Relations Commission Awards
- Mayor's Unity Day Celebration
- Human Services Grants
- Community Dialogues: Series that engaged the public in how the City of Raleigh can best serve its increasingly diverse population.
Mayor's Unity Day - April 9
The Raleigh Human Relations Commission hosted the annual Mayor's Unity Day Celebration in Moore Square on Saturday, April 9. The free, family-friendly event included games, performances, inflatables, and food trucks (food required payment). Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin provided remarks.
Schedule to Appear Before Commission
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