Legal Redress Committee

The Legal Redress Committee is responsible for investigating all reported incidents submitted to the Branch. The Legal Redress Committee assists DC residents and employees in obtaining relief for discriminate acts in Washington, DC. The committee is comprised of devoted volunteers who carefully evaluate each complaint for evidence of racial, employment, education and housing discrimination. The committee does not offer legal advice or legal representation. Instead, the committee serves as a liaison between individuals needing help and organizations offering quality legal services in the community. If you need immediate legal assistance, please contact a local attorney.

Complaint of Discrimination Form

Legal Help Hotline

If you have a legal compliant, please contact the Legal Help Line for information on meeting with an attorney to discuss your compliant.

Legal Help Line (202) 626-3499

Legal Advice & Referral Clinic

The NAACP DC Branch Legal Redress Committee and The Washington Bar Association are co-sponsoring a legal advice and referral clinic operated by the DC Bar Pro Bono Program, for individuals to seek advice on legal complaints.

Legal Advice & Referral Clinic
2nd Saturday of the Month
Bread for the City
1525 7th Street, NW
Washington, DC

Royale Simms, Esq., Legal Redress Chair



Discrimination Form

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