We All Have Rights
The goal of Lincoln Commission on Human Rights (LCHR) is to prevent, respond to, and eliminate all forms of illegal discrimination, and to assure and foster equal opportunity for all City of Lincoln community members.
City of Lincoln Diversity Statement
An exceptional level of service can only be achieved by an exceptional group of people. Therefore, the City of Lincoln places tremendous value in both hiring and maintaining a diverse group of employees to service our citizens.
Everyone is different, everyone is necessary and everyone has a valuable perspective to offer.
Each of us possesses a unique and valuable mix of personal characteristics and experiences that contribute to the fabric of who we are. These include, but are not limited to:
- Veteran Status
- Sexual Orientation
- National Origin
- Physical Characteristics
- Political Opinions or Affiliations
- Marital Status
- Gender Identity or Expression
The City of Lincoln recognizes and respects the intrinsic benefit provided by incorporating these differences into our workforce. We are committed to employing a diverse and talented team of individuals who reflect our community and whose differences enhance the services we provide to our citizens.
LCHR Monthly Show – We All Have Rights
- February LCHR Show
New Americans Task Force (NATF) CareerPathways – what they are and why they are important.
- January LCHR Show
What is the 2020 Census? Andrew Thierolf breaks it down.
- December LCHR Show
Get to know Lincoln Human Rights Commissioners!
- November LCHR Show
Did you know that LCHR has been around since 1963? Who are we and what exactly do we do? Watch to find out!
LCHR Public Service Announcements
- Annual Report 2018(PDF, 2MB)
- Annual Report 2017(PDF, 2MB)
- Annual Report 2016(PDF, 1MB)
- Annual Report 2015(PDF, 1MB)
- Annual Report 2014(PDF, 1MB)
- Annual Report 2013(PDF, 2MB)
- Annual Report 2012(PDF, 2MB)
- Annual Report 2011(PDF, 736KB)
- Annual Report 2010(PDF, 2MB)
- Annual Report 2009(PDF, 1MB)
The City of Lincoln is an Equal Opportunity Employer. As such, it is the policy of the City to assure that applicants are employed, and that employees are treated fairly and equitably during their employment, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or political opinions or affiliations, or gender identity or expression, or other legally prohibited bases with regard to actions such as employment, promotions, demotion or transfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising, layoff or termination, rates of pay or forms of compensation, and selection for training.