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The Akron Civil Rights Commission is appointed by Mayor Dan Horrigan and approved by Akron City Council.  The Commission (pictured above) serves to provide residents with the opportunity to resolve discrimination issues at a local level. 

The Commission investigates complaints of unlawful discrimination based on background, beliefs, or identity based on:

  • Housing, including home sales, leases, rentals, and financial.
  • Employment, including hiring, promotions, discipline, working conditions, and salary.
  • Public accommodations, including access to goods, services, business, and public spaces.
  • City contracts.

Akron's Non-Discrimination Ordinance (which enacted Title 3, Chapter 38 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Akron) is available here.  The Code sections are also available online here

The Akron Civil Rights Commission Rules of Organization and Operation are available here

To file a complaint of discrimination with the Akron Civil Rights Commission, use the Complaint Form, available here Directions for submitting the form to the City are provided at the end of the form. 

Current Members of the Akron Civil Rights Commission 
(as pictured in the image above, from L-R)

GinaKaye Maddox, Vice Chair 
Eufrancia Lash
Cynthia Christman, Secretary
Sharon Connor (alternate member)
Brant Lee, Chair
John Alvarez Turner (former alternate member)
Nanette Pitt

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