You can report discrimination to the NYC Commission on Human Rights if you believe that you have been a victim of discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations, or in lending practices.
You can also make a report if you have experienced a discriminatory act committed by a member of the public or by a law enforcement officer.
Discrimination includes the inability to access housing or public accommodations because of a disability, such as the lack of a wheelchair ramp or bars installed in a bathroom. Discrimination also includes bias-based attacks, threats, including threats of deportation by a landlord or employer, insults, or interference with basic rights committed by a member of the public.
You can report discrimination based on:
You can submit an inquiry about discrimination with the NYC Commission on Human Rights. Once the inquiry is submitted, they will contact you with more information.