Human Rights Commission
The Human Rights Commission provides leadership and advocacy intended to secure human and civil rights for Roseville residents, and to advise city officials on human rights and diversity issues.
Overview & Functions
The Human Rights Commission (HRC) is comprised of seven members and up to three youth members. The Commission:
- Promotes a positive human rights climate in the community
- Provides a method for citizen input concerning human rights and diversity issues
|Commission Members||Contact Information|
|Wayne Groff, Chair||[email protected]|
|Nicole Dailey||[email protected]|
|Edward Johnson||[email protected]|
|Lisa Carey||[email protected]|
|John Eichenlaub||[email protected]|
|Lauren Peterson||[email protected]|
|Molli Slade, Vice Chair||[email protected]|
|Contact Entire Commission||Contact Form|
- Gabriel Cederberg
- Elizabeth Hansel
Agendas & Minutes
Most Recent Agenda | View 2007 to Present | Pre 2007
Most Recent Minutes | View 2007 to Present | Pre 2007
Most meetings are shown live on Roseville Cable Channel 16. You can also view webstreamed meetings:
Archived meetings | Live meeting (when available)
Please note that all meetings are best viewed using Chrome (PC) or Safari (Mac) browsers. Internet Explorer is not recommended and may lead to viewing difficulties.
The Human Rights Commission meets on the third Wednesday of each month, barring conflicts with holidays.
Essay ContestEach year the HRC sponsors an essay contest for student in sixth, seventh or eighth grade who live in or attend school in the Roseville Area School District, including home schooled students.
2016-17 Essay Contest Question and Rules
Human Rights Award
This recognition program provides our community the opportunity to nominate individuals, groups and organizations for meritorious service in the pursuit and advocacy of human rights. It encompasses Roseville residents and anyone working on behalf of Roseville residents.
2015 Human Rights Award Winners
Get Involved & Learn More
The commission welcomes visitors to its monthly meetings. There is always an opportunity for public comment on the agenda.
The commission also welcomes ideas and volunteers to work with it in furthering the cause of Human Rights in Roseville. If you would like to volunteer please contact the Human Rights Commission via email or by calling 651-792-7026.
For more information on human rights issues in Minnesota visit the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.