The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, created in 1955, is an obscure government agency with a modest budget. Most taxpayers will never need its services.
But for victims of discrimination who can't afford a lawyer, the commission might be their best shot at justice.
"The reason it was brought into place is because people that had these problems had no place to go," said Homer Floyd, a titan of the civil rights movement who served as the commission's executive director for 41 years until he retired in 2011.
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