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Iowa Civil Rights CommissionDisclaimer
The information contained in this presentation is a brief overview and should not be construed as legal advice or exhaustive coverage of the topic.
A state administrative agency which enforces the Iowa Civil Rights Act of 1965, also known as Chapter
216 the Iowa Code
A State free of Discrimination
Our mission is to enforce civil rights through Compliance, Mediation, Advocacy and Education.
(not in Credit)
Age ( in Employment and Credit only )
Familial Status ( in Housing and Credit only )
Marital Status ( in Credit only )
The act of giving unequal treatment to an individual or group of people because they are members of a certain culture or race, or because of other differences. Persons are denied equal opportunities because of their differences.
Where do they come from ?
Television, Films and other media
A misconception about an individual or group, based on the belief that all people in a certain group will act the same way.
Example: “All…………are lazy.”
Culture is a shared set of belief systems, values, practices and assumptions which determine how people interact with each other and interpret the world.
The learned behavior, customs and way of life of a group of people
Iowa Civil Rights Commission
211 East Maple Street, 2nd Floor
Des Moines, Iowa 50309
800-457-4416 (toll free)