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Moorhead HRC to meet tonight

The Moorhead Human Rights Commission is meeting at 7 tonight in the City Council Chambers. The board is questioning how it should promote human rights through education and/ or advocacy and why the city should have a Human Rights Commission. Kris...

The Moorhead Human Rights Commission is meeting at 7 tonight in the City Council Chambers.

The board is questioning how it should promote human rights through education and/ or advocacy and why the city should have a Human Rights Commission.

Kristi Rudelius-Palmer, director of the University of Minnesota's Human Rights Center, will facilitate the meeting discussion.

The City Council Chambers are located in the Moorhead Center Mall at 500 Center Ave.

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