The NYC Commission on Human Rights is the government agency charged with enforcing and educating on the NYC Human Rights Law, one of the strongest and most extensive civil rights law in the nation. The Commission advocates for the rights of New Yorkers all across our city against discrimination and harassment based on race, color, immigration status, national origin, religion, and other protected categories. It is our mission to reach out and ensure that our city’s most vulnerable communities know that they are protected from discrimination.
That’s where YOU come in!
We are seeking help from community organizations, leaders, members, and advocates like you to help contribute to our agency’s understanding of how discrimination affects our vulnerable communities, so we can better distribute resources and conduct outreach in areas that need them most.
The NYC Commission on Human Rights is conducting a short anonymous survey of Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, South Asian, and Arab communities on how they experience or witness discrimination in their daily lives. Help the NYC Commission on Human Rights combat bias and discrimination in NYC by filling out our short online survey and asking your friends or family to do the same: bit.ly/cchrsurvey
Five minutes of your day will help us serve your community better in the near future.