MCRC Hearings on Discrimination in Michigan's K-12 Schools
The Michigan Civil Rights Commission is holding a series of public hearings to examine the issue of discrimination in Michigan’s K-12 schools. The next public hearing will be held on November 19 in Detroit, Michigan. Are you a HS student or recent grad with a story to tell on discrimination in education? Send us a brief written or video essay and you may have the chance to serve on a student panel at the Nov. 19 hearing.
Individuals who wish to submit comments in writing (or a video in American Sign Language) for the Commission’s consideration should send them by email to MCRC-Comments@michigan.gov. Comments submitted on this issue will be posted on the website. All comments must include full name and complete address to be considered.
Hearing 4: Detroit, MI - November 19, 2018
The next public hearing on discrimination in K-12 schools will be held at 3 p.m., November 19, 2018 in Detroit, at the Wayne County Community College District, Northwest Campus, Larry K. Lewis Education Center, 8200 West Outer Drive, Detroit, MI 48219. The Commission will hear public comments at approximately 6:30 p.m.