The goal of the Hibbing Human Rights Commission is to work with the community to promote human rights and dignity, eliminate hate, prejudice and discrimination, respect diversity, and to provide a local and confidential source of assistance for residents and non-residents with discrimination complaints.
The purpose of the Hibbing Human Rights Commission is to secure for all citizens freedom from discrimination because of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, status with regard to public assistance, sexual orientation, and age.
The Human Rights Commission consists of six members appointed to three year terms. Meetings are held as needed.
The Human Rights Commission is governed by Chapter 2 Section 2.20 of the City Ordinances.
If you have questions, concerns, or think you may have been a victim of discrimination, contact any member of the Hibbing Human Rights Commission at the numbers listed below.
|Barbara MacDonald||( 218) 263-9423||April 2016|
|Thomas Whiteside||(218) 208-8000||April 2016|
|Kate Arens||April 2018|
|Bryan Ridgeway||April 2018|
|Bruce Norman||April 2018|
|Tom Dicklich||(218) 362-5930|