Equity for All
The Fort Wayne Metropolitan Human Relations Commission, better
known as Fort Wayne Metro, is the local civil rights agency, investigating
discrimination complaints and educating the public about diversity and
What is Discrimination?
Discrimination is the unfair treatment of people based on their race, color, religion, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation and pregnancy), national origin, age, or disability.
Fort Wayne Metro investigates discrimination complaints in four areas:
- Public accommodation
If you think you’ve been subjected to discrimination, file an inquiry, and a member of our team will reach out within two business days.
Fort Wayne Metro is a neutral fact-finding agency. Our services are free
and confidential (but not anonymous).
Education and Training
Fort Wayne Metro offers free anti-discrimination training to employers and housing providers. Our trainings include:
- Fair housing
- Workplace civility
- Diversity and inclusion
- Disability discrimination
Training is available to anyone. Fort Wayne Metro encourages discrimination training as a preventative measure for organizations.