NYC Commission On Human Rights Announces Investigation Into Central Park Race Incident

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 on Christian Cooper (no relation to Ms. Cooper). Continue Reading →

First Hair Discrimination Case Resolved By NYC Commission On Human Rights

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. Continue Reading →

The NYC Commission On Human Rights’ African Coalition Forum From Harlem To Hollis

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.

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NYC Commission On Human Rights Launches Campaign To Report Harassment From Harlem To Hollis

The NYC Commission on Human Rights today launched a citywide ad campaign to combat sexual harassment in the workplace. Continue Reading →

NYC Commission On Human Rights Charges Against Businesses From Harlem To Hollywood

The NYC Commission on Human Rights announced charges today against 12 local and national businesses for violating the Fair Chance Act. Continue Reading →


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