Discrimination is illegal in Minneapolis
The Complaint Investigations Division investigates all complaints of discrimination which fall under the jurisdiction of the Minneapolis Civil Rights Ordinance (MCRO).
City of Minneapolis works to prevent and prohibit all acts of discrimination. We believe that discrimination impacts the health, welfare, peace and safety of everyone. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights to eliminate discrimination in the city.
In Minneapolis, it’s illegal to be discriminated against based on your:
- Emancipated minor status
- Familial status
- Gender identity
- Marital status
- National origin
- Sexual orientation
- Status with regard to public assistance
File a complaint
If you or someone you know has experienced discrimination in the City of Minneapolis, please file a complaint with the Civil Rights Department. We'll review your complaint, investigate the claim, and assist you in finding a resolution. Filing is free and open to everyone. Review our resources for victims of discrimination.