UMass Boston

Where to get help if you are being discriminated against

**If something occurs on or off campus, please call the Attorney General's Civil Rights Division hotline at 617-963-2917 

Prejudice and Discrimination Resources for UMass Boston Students 

Office of Civil Rights and Title IX at UMass Boston 
The Office of Civil Rights and Title IX works with students, faculty, staff, and other campus community members to build a community free from unlawful discrimination and harassment, regardless of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, disability, mental illness, criminal record (inquiries only), veteran status, active military personnel, genetics, and/or retaliation. 

Justice Bridge 
UMass School of Law has created a law incubator serving individuals and small businesses that do not qualify for free legal services but cannot afford traditional market rates in civil law matters. 

Additional Prejudice and Discrimination Resources

Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) 
Provides help with Employment, Housing, Public Places, Access to Education, Lending, and Credit prejudice and discrimination. 

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Civil Rights Division of the Attorney General's Office

Civil Rights Division of the Attorney General's Office 
You can seek help here if you believe a company, business, or organization has violated your rights, you can file a civil rights complaint. 

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CORI & Juvenile Record Sealing