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Reflections in Civil Rights

Hooper's Restaurant sit-In
December 2014
The Power of the Protest

Title IX graphic
November 2014
Title IX - Reducing Sexual Misconduct at Maryland Colleges and Universities

African american using smart phone
October 2014
Empowerment Through Media

NOW and LaRaza logos
National Civil Rights Organizations Part 2

NAACP and ACLU logos
National Civil Rights Organizations Part 1

Thurgood Marshall monument in Annapolis
July 2014
50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Collection of diverse human figures
June 2014
Grassroots Movements: Bringing the Law to Life

 

Collection of diverse human figures
May 2014
Beyond Brown - Pursuing the Promise

Earthday graphic
April 2014
Environmental Justice For All Marylanders

Image of statue blindfolded with the maryland flag  with scales of justice
March 2014
Fairness For All Marylanders

Equal housing opportunity logo
February 2014
Equal Housing Opportunity

LBJ and MLK sign voting rights act
January 2014
Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

 

 

 


 

 

   

Civil Rights Division

The Office of the Attorney General Civil Rights Division performs a number of diverse yet interrelated duties to protect civil rights and build community partnerships:

  • We review and respond to constituent complaints involving alleged civil rights violations and discrimination.

  • We evaluate possible civil rights violations based on patterns or practices that have a significant impact in Maryland.

  • We work closely with other divisions and units at the Office of the Attorney General, the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights, Maryland State's Attorneys, Office of the Public Defender, and other government agencies and organizations.

  • During the Maryland legislative session, we monitor legislation that involves civil rights or addresses matters relating to discrimination with a view towards making recommendations.

  • Furthermore, the Division engages in community outreach activities to educate the public about their civil rights through partnerships with advocacy groups, law enforcement, and the faith community.

Community Resources: Know Your Rights

Additional Resources

To contact our Civil Rights Division, email civilrights@oag.state.md.us, or call 410-576-6300 or 888-743-0023 toll-free.


Reflections in Civil Rights - 2013

religious freedom icon
December 2013

Religious Freedom in Maryland

 

Nelson Mandela at a 2005 Make Poverty History Rally
November 2013
Overcoming Poverty is an Act of Justice

 

Child reading a braille book
October 2013

The Right to Live in The World

 

Students raising hands in classroom
September 2013 Education: the Civil Rights Imperative of Our Time

 

Organizers of 1964 March On Washington
August 2013: 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom
July 2013 reflections in civil rights image. LBJ signing civil rights act in 1964.
July 2013: La Amistad, adoption of the 14th Amendment, passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Reflections in civil rights june 2013. Image of protesters calling for rememberance of Medgar Evers.
June 2013: Remembering Medgar Evers.
 
       

 

 

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