The New York City Commission on Human Rights wants everyone in our City to know that they DO have the right to live free from discrimination!  Our agency just launched a citywide outreach campaign intended to inform all New Yorkers on their protections under the City Human Rights Law.  As part of that outreach, we will be holding a “Day of Action” on June 16, 2017, from 7:30 - 9:30 AM, when our staff will be at subway stations and bus stops throughout the five boroughs, distributing information on the Law and how the Commission can help victims of discrimination.
But we need your help!
If you would like to join us for a day and volunteer your efforts to help us educate your fellow New Yorkers on how they are protected from discrimination, simply fill out this form, including the location where you’d like to volunteer your services, and we will get back to you soon with confirmation.  Thank you for joining us in this important mission.  For more information about the campaign, visit