Human Relations Commission

THE HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION MEETING ON THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2020, WILL BE HELD BY TELECONFERENCE. 

To ensure compliance with Governor Cooper's Executive Order 121 and to encourage social distancing, the meeting will be conducted telephonically in accordance with the provisions of N.C.G.S 143-318.13.  The telephone number to call in and participate in the meeting is (888) 363-4734.  You will then be prompted to enter access code 2171910.  All participation in the meeting by HRC staff, HRC committee members and/or other members of the public shall be via telephone.

HRC Commission Meeting Audio Broadcast

NCOAH will provide a live audio broadcast of the HRC Commission Meeting beginning  at 11:00 am.  The audio stream may be played on compatible web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome or compatible media players such as Windows Media Player and VLC Media Player.

Click the following link to listen to the HRC Commission Meeting. The audio should connect and play.   If you get a response saying, "web site cannot be found" then streaming is turned off.  The link will only be active during the HRC Commission Meeting broadcast.

Audio Access Only

HRC Commission Meeting Video Broadcast

The video access link below will direct you to the Free Microsoft Teams application and you must choose, "Get the Teams App" or "Watch on the web instead". 

Click the link to watch the live HRC Commission Meeting. The video access link will allow you to see and hear the meeting, however, you will not be able to ask verbal questions or to make comments.   There is a comments area on the right side of the video feed that will allow you to make comments/questions while the meeting is on-going.  

Video Access

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The North Carolina Human Relations Commission provides services and programs aimed at improving relationships among all citizens of the state, while seeking to ensure equal opportunities in the areas of employment, housing, public accommodations, recreation, education, justice and governmental services.

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