PHRC offers a variety of free publications and reports, which include:
Section 5 of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act (PHRA) requires Pennsylvania employers, businesses, schools, colleges, lenders, and housing providers to post Fair Practice Notices, which do the following:
Additional mandatory labor law notices/posters on other important topics (minimum wage, child labor, etc.) can be found at the Department of Labor & Industry's website.
All Pennsylvania posters are available free of charge.
PHRC’s Fact Sheets and Brochures cover important
topics, such as general discrimination information, civil rights and teens,
pregnancy discrimination, disability support animals, and more.
Discriminación Ilegal y Sus Derechos Civiles: Como Presentar Una Queja por Discriminación en Pennsylvania (PDF)
Conozca Sus Protecciones en Contra de la Discriminación en Pennsylvania (PDF)
Pregnancy and Workplace Rights
PHRC's Annual Reports include statistics about:
Email PHRC to learn more or find Annual Reports before 2010.
In 2018. PHRC launched the new social justice initiative, "No Hate in Our State," to bridge divides and foster understanding in our communities. The initiative provides an open forum where residents, activists, and others can come together to voice their concerns, learn about their rights, and begin the healing process.