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Belmont »

The lawsuit claims a Jewish job applicant was given a low salary offer so she wouldn't take the job.

Huguenot »

A judge ruled that they failed to show Father Michael Reilly discriminated against staff in the suit.

Civic Center »

Detectives in the Intelligence Division were routinely denied promotions for a decade, the NYCLU said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

B&H had been accused of racist and sexist hiring practices. 

East Williamsburg »

Irma Martinez was fired from her job for her pregnancy, according to a federal lawsuit. 

Civic Center »

The ads will be placed in 3,400 locations across the city over the next six weeks.

Upper West Side »

Peter Bryan Torres says his supervisor harassed him for his HIV-positive status, forcing him to resign.

St. George »

Kristen Andoos, an assistant captain for the Staten Island Ferry, sued the city for discrimination.

Bay Ridge »

Councilman Vincent Gentile's former aide said his toys were decapitated and he was locked in a basement.

Greenwich Village »

Gov. Cuomo launched a complaint hotline and wants schools to hold trainings to fight intolerance.

Hunts Point »

Medina Sadiq was supposed to be the district manager of Bronx Community Board 2, she said.

Civic Center »

The new order will affect tens of thousands of municipal jobs.

Financial District »

Michael Hingson, a plaintiff in a suit settled by Uber, survived 9/11 with help from his guide dog.

Garment District »

A judge ordered the retailer to end its practice of detaining accused shoplifters in its stores.

Astoria »

Pedro Julio Serrano said a car company wouldn't let him ride in their Jeep holding a rainbow flag.