All New Yorkers, regardless of who they are, where they live, or their beliefs, deserve to live freely and safely from discrimination. The New York City Human Rights Law protects New Yorkers from discrimation so they can live, work and thrive in our city free from discrimination. The Law prohibits discrimination in employment, housing and public accomodations based on actual or perceived religion or creed. It is illegal for employers, housing providers, business owners, and providers of public accomodations in New York City to treat someone differently because of their faith.
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