The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has formed a coalition to end clinical algorithms that use race as a variable for deciding patient care.
New report dives into the experiences and attitudes of the country’s second largest immigrant group
Police are investigating six different vandalism incidents targeting Jewish institutions in the Bronx.
The 61-year-old was reportedly collecting cans for extra money in East Harlem when another man knocked him to the ground and kicked him in the head multiple times.
The anxieties health care workers are experiencing over the increased attacks are shared by Asian American patients, too. Some have avoided medical care during the pandemic.
The NYPD has been working with the federal monitor this year to improve its investigations.
Equality Watch connects witnesses and victims of discrimination with resources to help them navigate the complaint process.
The flight attendant allegedly said their appearance "didn't help."
Paul Nungesser accuses Columbia of bias.
Has someone been giving David Caruso wet willies again?
In his column yesterday, The New York Times' public editor Arthur
Starbucks is investigating whether a manager at a Long Island Starbucks berated a gay worker for his sexual orientation, as news broke that the chain's milk distributor will drop Jamaica, Queens-based Elmhurst Dairy.
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