The NYC Commission on Human Rights is announcing an investigation on behalf of the City into an incident involving Amy Cooper, following video footage of Ms. Cooper calling the police Continue Reading →
The New York City Commission on Human Rights today announces a landmark settlement with design house and luxury retailer Prada USA Corps.
In the two years since the #MeToo movement launched, the New York City Commission on Human Rights announces significant achievements in combatting workplace sexual harassment.
The NYC Commission on Human Rights announces its first settlement involving race discrimination on the basis of hair following the February 2019 release of its landmark legal enforcement guidance.
On Tuesday, September 18, 2018, the NYC Commission on Human Rights held a forum to build a coalition among and within the City’s diverse communities.
The NYC Commission on Human Rights will hold a forum to build a coalition among and within the City’s diverse African immigrant, African American, Afro-Caribbean, and Afro-Latinx communities and other Continue Reading →
The NYC Commission on Human Rights today launched a citywide ad campaign to combat sexual harassment in the workplace.
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