Human Relations Commission

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We are indebted to the Reverend Dr Martin Luther King, Jr for his leadership and activism. His legacy continues and we are proud to have his tireless fight for civil and human rights to be an example for us in our work for the residents of Prince George's County. We honor Martin Luther King Jr Day 2021 in service to our communities, and invite you to watch our recent event examining Dr. King's legacy by clicking on the picture above.

Read our statement on the events of January 6, 2021.

Lea nuestra declaración sobre los eventos del 6 de enero de 2021.

The Prince George’s County Human Relations Commission recognizes and celebrates the gifts and strengths of our County. Those gifts and strengths - including creativity, kindness, entrepreneurship, and resilience - come from its residents, who are diverse peoples living in community. We are grateful to live in a County in which hate has no home, and welcome all in the rich tapestry that is Prince George's County.

The HRC stands with the County Executive in denouncing acts of racial violence, and in affirming Prince George’s County’s commitment to equity, equality, and justice for all. Please read the County Executive’s statement on the murder of George Floyd here.

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Effective immediately, in an effort to minimize community-spread of the coronavirus, Covid-19, the Prince George’s County Human Relations Commission is halting in-person appointments. If you have a complaint of discrimination and would like to schedule an intake appointment to discuss your complaint, please call 240-695-7220. All intake appointments will be conducted telephonically or via video conference until further notice.

Acts of hate, bias, discrimination, and xenophobia are never tolerated and they continue to be unacceptable during this crisis. Now is when we must stand together as one community. It is our compassion, our mutual support, and our resilience that make us strong, and through our strength we will persevere. If you or someone you know has been subjected to acts of hate, bias, or discrimination because of COVID-19 – or for any reason – contact our office. We are here for you.

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Con vigencia inmediata, en un esfuerzo por minimizar la propagación del coronavirus (Covid-19) en la comunidad, la Comisión de Relaciones Humanas del Condado de Prince George está suspendiendo las citas en persona. Si tiene una queja de discriminación y le gustaría programar una cita de admisión para discutir su queja, llame al 240-695-7219. Todas las citas de admisión se realizarán telefónicamente o por videoconferencia hasta nuevo aviso.

Los actos de odio, prejuicio, discriminación y xenofobia nunca serán tolerados y continuarán siendo inaceptables durante esta crisis. Ahora es cuando debemos estar unidos como una sola comunidad. Nuestra compasión, apoyo mutuo y capacidad de recuperación es lo que nos hace fuertes y nos ayuda a salir adelante en momentos difíciles. Si usted o alguien que conoce ha sido objeto de actos de odio, prejuicio o discriminación debido a la pandemia del COVID-19, o por cualquier motivo, comuníquese con la Comisión de Relaciones Humanas del Condado de Prince George al 240-695-7219. Estamos aquí para ayudarle.