In Fort Wayne you have the right to live, work, learn and play free from illegal discrimination. The Metropolitan Human Relations Commission is focused and committed to creating an environment in the City of Fort Wayne that will produce an inclusive community where trust, acceptance, fairness and equality are the City’s norms. The Commission is committed to accomplishing this mission by empowering the citizens of Fort Wayne through education on diversity and discrimination issues and, when necessary, enforcing anti-discrimination laws in order to protect our community from unlawful discrimination and also unfounded allegations of discrimination.
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Outside Fort Wayne City limits?
You think you may have a discrimination claim, but you've just noticed that you live or work just outside of the Fort Wayne city limits while our enforcement jurisdiction is within the City of Fort Wayne? Does that mean that Fort Wayne Metro cannot help you? No, you can still come to Metro, we will talk with you about your potential claim, assist you with filing a Charge if appropriate, and then forward that charge on to the appropriate agency to investigate. We are here to help! Call us at 260-427-1146 or come in and talk with an Investigator.
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The Fort Wayne Metropolitan Human Relations Commission has created a video regarding the Fair Housing Act. This video was recorded on July 23, 2012 and is a production of Access Fort Wayne, a department of the Allen County Public Library, in cooperation with the City of Fort Wayne. You may click the picture above or tune in during one of the times listed below and learn more about the Fair Housing Act and what your rights and responsibilities are. The video will air on Comcast 58 or Frontier 28