AADM civil rights and racial justice advocacy program is designed to help citizens protect their civil rights through education and activism. AADM goal is to provide support by helping the victim access legitimate authority, offer the tools to self-advocate, and resources to combat discrimination. If you believe you may have been discriminated against, AADM advocates can help walk you through the process of filing an official discrimination compliant.
*Note AADM civil rights council members, nor advocates can offer legal advice, but as a professional team we aim to help citizens fight back against discrimination. So Tell us Your Story!
How to get help?
Step 1: Fill out AADM discrimination complaint form.
Step 2: Provide detailed information if you believe you have been discriminated against
Step 3: AADM Civil Rights advocate will contact you within 2-3 business days by email
What we offer:
- Resources and assistance to victims of discrimination
- Review information, conduct research and gather evidence
- Attorney referrals for legal counsel and basic support
The data collected will be used to monitor, analyze, and address issues of discrimination in our community. A quarterly report will be released to the general public (individual story’s, names and personal information will not be published without contributors consent).
If you feel you have been discriminated against or treated unfairly tell us your story. “Let Your Voice Be Heard”
“Let Your Voice Be Heard”