- February 4, 2016 - Meeting Agenda
- January 7, 2016 - Meeting Agenda
- December 8, 2015 - The Seattle Human Rights Commission Seeks Candidates
- December 7, 2015 - Letter to Senator Maria Cantwell regarding refugees from Syria
- December 7, 2015 - Letter to Governor Jay Inslee regarding refugees from Syria
- December 7, 2015 - Letter to Senator Patty Murray regarding refugees from SyriaDecember 7, 2015 - Letter to Senator Murray regarding refugees from Syria
- November 16, 2015 - 7 City Council Members and the Seattle Human Rights Commission send letter of concern on Washington Private Prison contract
- October 22, 2015 - Statement Regarding Theft of Documents from the University of Washington Center for Human Rights (UWCHR)
- September 28, 2015 - Letter to Governor Inslee and Secretary Bernard Warner Regarding Department of Corrections Contract with Geo Group Inc. (Seattle City Council)
- August 8, 2015 - Letter to Governor Inslee and Secretary Bernard Warner Regarding Department of Corrections Contract with Geo Group Inc. (Community)
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The Human Rights Commission consists of 15 representative citizens of Seattle appointed by the Mayor and City Council to serve in an advisory capacity to the Mayor, City Council, Seattle Office for Civil Rights, and other Seattle City departments in matters affecting human rights. Seven commissioners are appointed by the Mayor, and seven appointments are made by the City Council. The Commission appoints the 15th member. Commissioners are appointed to a two year term of office and serve without pay. It is a goal of the Commission to recruit people from diverse ethnic backgrounds. The current Commission has representation from the African American, Asian, Caucasian, Gay & Lesbian, Hispanic, Native American, and Disability communities. Commissioners are required to live within the Seattle city limits.
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