The City of Dallas receives 100 Score on HRC Municipal Equity Index
The City of Dallas Office of Equity & Inclusion, in partnership with Human Resources, is pleased to announce the earning a score of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index (MEI). The MEI examines how inclusive municipalities are for LGBTQ+ people who live and work there.
“This score is a testament of our ongoing commitment to working for, with, and on behalf of Dallas employees and residents from the LBGTQ+ community,” said Director of Human Resources, Nina Arias. The City of Dallas has long been a leader in employer benefits and non-discrimination policies.
“The City is committed to inclusivity across various identities. This is part of our ongoing work, and we look forward to continuing to focus efforts on a Dallas where everyone can thrive,” said Director of the Office of Equity & Inclusion, Dr. Lindsey Wilson. “This work is made possible through intentional and collaborative efforts across the City. Inclusion is part of the fabric of our organization, and we all have a role” said Dr. Wilson.
The City was evaluated on Non-Discrimination Laws, the Municipality as an Employer, Municipal Services, Law Enforcement, and Leadership on LGBTQ+ Equality. Join us in celebrating this honor.
To learn more about the Human Rights Campaign, the Municipal Equality Index, or view the scores of cities across the metroplex, please go to hrc.org/mei. All press-related questions should be directed to [email protected]