Human Rights Law and Protections Against Discrimination Based on Race and Color
This program series provides a historical context for race and color-based discrimination and how it has impacted the lives of New Yorkers, institutions, and the delivery of services and resources in New York City.
The three-session program educates students on their rights and protections against discrimination under the Human Rights Law. Students analyze concepts related to race and color, learn about efforts and resistance to combat racism, and find ways to become the voices for social and racial justice.
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