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Know an employer who only hires attractive gals who are “confident with their sexuality?” How about a landlord who refuses to rent to married folks? Or a bar that turns away younger men?

If you think it’s possible that you have been discriminated against in the District of Columbia in housing, public accommodation, or employment, head over to the D.C. Office of Human Rights’ free clinic at the DC Center next week for advice on filing a discrimination complaint. Details after the jump.


The DC Center
1810 14th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
(202) 682-2245


Wed., February 17th
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

and Wed., March 10th
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Eligibility: In order to file a complaint, the discrimination must have occurred sometime in the past year within the District of Columbia. According to Fight HIV In D.C., you can file a discrimination complaint in D.C. based on any of the following criteria:

– HIV status

– disability

– sexual orientation

– gender identity or expression

– race

– religion

– national origin

– sex

– age

– personal appearance

– political affiliation

– family responsibilities

– familial status

– matriculation

– marital status

– source of income

– place of residence or business