Human Rights Commission
The Human Rights Commission, under the Division of Human Rights, promotes equal opportunity by helping administer the South Dakota Human Relations Act of 1972. The Human Rights Commission may begin the complaint and investigation process when they have reason to believe a person is violating South Dakota laws regarding discrimination. The Commission holds public hearings on justified complaints when voluntary settlement is not successful. When the Commission finds a violation of the law as a result of the hearing, it issues final orders to correct any discriminatory practices and to prevent them happening again.
Rapid City, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Meeting Notices, Agendas and Minutes
(in Adobe .pdf* format)
|May 28, 2015|
|Sept. 5, 2014 minutes (draft)|
|Sept. 3, 2014 minutes (draft)|
|June 19, 2014||June 19 agenda||June 19 minutes|
|Aug. 30, 2012||Aug. 30, 2012 agenda||Aug. 30 minutes (draft)|
|Aug. 10, 2011||Aug. 10, 2011 agenda||Aug. 10, 2011 minutes|
|June 11, 2008||June 11, 2008 minutes|
See South Dakota Administrative Rules authorizing the Human Rights Commission.