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East New York »

A 74-year-old woman was left homeless for two months after her voucher was rejected, officials say.

Chelsea »

"Speak English, this is America," an employee told the woman, according to a discrimination complaint.

Midtown »

Thousands more New Yorkers reported instances of alleged discrimination in 2016 than in 2015.

Washington Heights »

Ted Finkelstein heads the city's Equal Access Program for the Commission on Human Rights.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Landlords are seeing a rise in requests for emotional support animals, many say.

Park Slope »

The Commission on Human Rights wanted the landlord to pay the would-be tenant $5,000 for mental anguish.

Financial District »

An economic forum hosted by Deutsche Bank and the city focused on the needs of transgender New Yorkers.

Meiers Corners »

Baqir Raza, 24, said another passenger who happened to be white got into the cab before Cynthia Jordan.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The bouncer claims the dress code kept out blacks and Latinos, and that management called him "brownie."