Hate Crimes


A Roundtable Discussion with Chairman and Commissioner Mona Noriega, of the Commission on Human Rights, City of Chicago:
“Hate Crimes”

We are pleased to invite Chairman and Commissioner Mona Noriega of the City of Chicago’s Commission on Human Rights to the Niagara Foundation for a roundtable discussion with an intimate group of our members and staff. She will be speaking on hate crimes in Chicago, as well as the work of the Commission on Human Relations.

Members: Complimentary
Non-Members: $10

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Thursday, October 2
from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

205 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 4240
Chicago, IL, US, 60601

Mona Noriega has dedicated her life and career to eliminating prejudice and discrimination and is committed to advancing the appreciation of Chicago’s diverse population.

She co-founded and served on the Board of Directors of Amigas Latinas, an organization committed to the empowerment and education of Latina LBT women in Chicago. Noriega also worked as the Regional Director of Lambda Legal Defense’s Midwest office, which advances the civil rights of LGBT individuals. Noriega received her MPA and MBA from the University of Illinois at Chicago and her BA from Northeastern Illinois University.

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