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Human Rights Law

Human Rights Law

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    Speaker Mark-Viverito & council colleagues march (photo: William Alatriste)


    For years New York City has led the country with one of the most robust human rights laws on record. New Yorkers are protected against discrimination in employment, housing, and public services based on race, creed, age, citizenship status, gender, marital status, and sexual orientation, among other qualities.

    As with any law, enforcement is the key though. For the city's Human Rights Law, that task falls on the Human Rights

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