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Community Services & Education

The NYC Commission on Human Rights maintains its aggressive public education through various programs coordinated through the Community Service Centers in each borough and its online digital materials. Commission staff members will meet with you, your group, or business to discuss any of the Commission’s anti-discrimination programs. You can call the NYC Commission on Human Rights at 311 or (212) NEW-YORK.

Programs the Commission provides
Immigrant Employment Rights
Employment Discrimination & the Workplace
Employment Discrimination & Reentry
Equal Access & Disability Rights
Fair Housing & Mortgage Counseling
School & Peer Mediation Training
Bias Prevention & Response

Commission Videos and Public Service Announcements

The Commission produced short educational videos and Public Service Announcements about various types of discrimination under the NYC Human Rights Law, often partnering with a number of community organizations.

Equal Access: It’s the Law/Introduction
Equal Access: It’s the Law/Housing
Equal Access: It’s the Law/Public Accommodations
Equal Access: It’s the Law/Employment

Public Service Announcements
Words Hurt Anywhere
Love is Love
My Voice
Thanks Man