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Discrimination

If you or someone else has experienced discrimination, contact us by visiting the Civil Rights Reporting Portal.

The Civil Rights Division enforces federal laws that protect people from unlawful discrimination. These laws apply in many settings. These include:

  • Work
  • School
  • Housing
  • Voting
  • Stores and businesses
  • Public spaces
  • Public benefits
  • Government services
  • And more

These laws protect people from discrimination based on many factors.  These can include:

  • Race/Color
  • National Origin
  • Language
  • Sex
  • Disability
  • Religion
  • Immigration & Citizenship Status
  • Family Status
  • Age
  • Servicemember Status
  • Genetic Information

We also enforce laws that protect people from human trafficking, law enforcement misconduct, and hate crimes.

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Complaint against DOJ employee or DOJ funded organization
Updated May 12, 2021

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