Ann Arbor Human Rights Commission Records: 1957-1993
Ann Arbor Human Rights Commission Records
Ann Arbor (Mich.). Human Rights Commission.
12 linear feet
Agency of the city of Ann Arbor established in 1957 as the Human Relations Commission to investigate and deal with issues of racial discrimination in housing and employment. The name of the agency was changed in 1970 to the Human Rights Commission. The scope of the Commission came to include complaints of discrimination against women, gays, and the disabled. The record group provides substantial documentation of issues of racial discrimination in employment and housing in Ann Arbor, Michigan in the period of 1957 to 1993. Included are files relating to the establishment of the commission, minutes (through 1993 with some gaps), memoranda (1968-1970), topical files, early case files (1965-1970), and student intern projects and reports of members of the community practice program within the University of Michigan School of Social Work.
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The materials are in English.
Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.Finding aid prepared by: Thomas E. Powers
Ann Arbor, MI
Home Page: http://www.bentley.umich.edu/