Legal professional normal’s workplace publishes new civil rights pamphlet for the general public

PHOENIX (KVOA) – On Wednesday, the Arizona Attorney General (AGO), in collaboration with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), released a new brochure on civil rights for Arizonans.

The AGOs said the booklet provided Arizona residents with answers to frequently asked questions about their rights and civil rights complaints related to discrimination in employment, housing, public housing and voting.

The brochures are distributed nationwide to 180 locations across Arizona, including the Arizona Bar Foundation, Community Legal Services, courts of law, legal libraries and nonprofits.

“The new brochure aims to provide simple and clear information to Arizonans about their right to live free from unlawful discrimination and what to do if they are victims,” ​​Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said in a press release.

The brochure provides answers to questions such as:

  • How long do I have to file a discrimination claim?
  • What happens after i file a discrimination charge?
  • Do I need to hire an attorney to file a charge with the department?
  • What are examples of unlawful discrimination?

You can request additional copies by calling (602) 542-5263 or emailing [email protected].

You can file a civil rights complaint here online or by calling (602) 542-5263.

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