Newsletter

Each month, NDHRC creates and shares a newsletter, full of curated news stories that pertain to human rights issues. Follow along to learn more about current and topical issues that impact human rights in our state, nation, and world.

October 2015

Peruse the tenth installment of our monthly newsletter full of curated news stories that pertain to human rights issues. This newsletter focuses on stories such as the Immigration Law that changed America and Guns and the Politics of Hopelessness. This newsletter also includes dates on upcoming events including National Coming Out Day and our annual NDHRC Summit.

September 2015

The ninth installment of our monthly newsletter focuses on lessons from the Virginia shooting, how Hurricane Katrina sparked reform in a troubled police unit, and how Americans actually feel about gun laws. This newsletter also includes information on the upcoming Welcoming week in Fargo, Moorhead.

August 2015

The eight installment of our monthly newsletter focuses on the growing polarization in Congress over the past 60 years, the boy scouts ending the ban on gay leaders, and the push to scale back sentencing laws. This newsletter also highlights upcoming dates for the Fargo-Moorhead Pride, NDHRC Evening of Possibilities, and the Grand Forks Pride.

July 2015

The seventh installment of our monthly newsletter details the night of hate in Charleston, explains, argues why gun control is doomed, and chronicles the real history of the confederate flag. This newsletter also includes important dates for the Minot Pride, Fargo-Moorhead Pride, NDHRC Evening of Possibilities, and the Grand Forks Pride.

June 2015

The sixth installment of our monthly newsletter provides information on how to prevent an oil train disaster, a user friendly guide to the Patriot Act, and 9 questions about LGBTQ issues that you might be embarrassed to ask. This newsletter also includes upcoming dates for the following events: Capital Pride, Minot Pride, Fargo-Moorhead Pride, NDHRC Evening of Possibilities, and the Grand Forks Pride.

May 2015

The fifth installment of our monthly newsletter details how an oil train catches fire in North Dakota, the suicide epidemic on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, and some data on how quickly America changes its mind. This newsletter also provides information on how you can contribute to NDHRC and other organizations on Give Out Day.

April 2015

The fourth installment of our monthly newsletter highlights the growing attention on North Dakota, how the North Dakota VA system is managing despite workforce worries, and how income inequality is bad for our health. This newsletter also includes a thorough update on legislative proposals, bills, and votes on the 2015 Legislative Session.

March 2015

The third installment of our monthly newsletter describes the impact of immigration laws across the nation, how some students in Grand Forks were turned away at the polls, a detailed description of North Dakota sex trafficking. This newsletter briefly describes TJ Jerke's work on behalf of NDHRC in following the progress of 2015 Legislative Session.

February 2015

The second installment of our monthly newsletter explains how in North Dakota, retail giants like Wal-Mart have donated millions of dollars to pass proposals in the 2014 campaigns. This newsletter also includes stories on the gender pay gap and the increasingly unequal states of America.

January 2015

The first installment of what will be our monthly newsletter details polling that shows that North Dakota voters are still against same-sex marriage, provides information on your rights to fair housing, and a newly discovered recording of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. giving a major address in London on segregation, his support for Nelson Mandela, and the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa.