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    Public Artist in Residence Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya and the Commission launch
    "I Still Believe in Our City," a public awareness initiative celebrating the beauty and resilience of Asian and Pacific Islanders and Black communities in the face of racial injustice, xenophobia, and COVID-19-related discrimination.

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    Following concerns from advocacy groups on drug testing practices that disproportionately target Black and Latinx parents and infants, the Commission initiated an investigation into the hospitals’ policies and practices to assess whether there is discriminatory racial bias against Black and Latinx families.

Grade A

    Xổ số hỗn hợp hôm nayFor the fourth consecutive year, the Commission received an “A” grade for our commitment to advance procurement opportunities for Minority/Women-owned Business Enterprises.

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    The Commission announces a new public education campaign affirming the rights and protections of New Yorkers facing discrimination and harassment related to the pandemic. Visit the Commission's COVID-19 and Human Rights pageXổ số hỗn hợp hôm nay for more information.

    Read the COVID-19 campaign press release.

Important Office Update

    Beginning March 16, 2020, the Commission’s offices in Manhattan and all of our borough Community Service Centers are closed and staff are working remotely. Staff are working diligently to transition all existing appointments to be conducted over the phone or through video conference. To schedule any new appointments, please contact 311 and ask for the Commission on Human Rights.

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