It’s illegal for landlords, brokers, and realtors to refuse renters because they have a voucher. Vouchers pay. Discrimination doesn't.
Effective November 1, 2022, the NYC Human Rights Law requires employers to include a good faith pay range in job advertisements. NYC's Salary Transparency Law is another step towards pay equity for all New Yorkers.
The Commission released a factsheet highlighting protections for Black New Yorkers and our work to advance human rights and eliminate all forms of racial discrimination.
The NYC Human Rights Law's employment protections extend to all domestic workers, including nannies, home care workers, housecleaners, and any other worker who is employed in a home providing childcare, eldercare, companionship, or housekeeping services in New York City.
New factsheet provides a resource to help public and private vaccination sites make their locations accessible to people with disabilities.
Your safety and the safety of our staff is a priority. To help ensure we address your needs in accordance with health guidance, please contact us at (212) 416-0197 to schedule an appointment. Appointments will be conducted by phone or video conference, and in-person when necessary. You can also click here to report discrimination online.
Learn more about the Commission's aim to bring a restorative perspective to our community and law enforcement work; and check out our antiracist resource guide.
Harassment and discrimination on the basis of race, national origin, age, and disability (including having COVID-19) is illegal under the NYC Human Rights Law.
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