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The Anti-Discrimination Center works to prevent and remedy all forms of discrimination in housing, employment, education, and public accommodations through advocacy, litigation, education, outreach, monitoring, and research. The Center is a 501(c)(3)not-for-profit corporation organized under the laws of the State of New York.

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Selected publications from the Center and Center staff may be downloaded below.

A Return to Eyes on the Prize: Litigating Under the Restored New York City Human Rights Law (PDF - 536.35 KB)

An analysis of the intent and intended consequences of the Local Civil Rights Restoration Act of 2005.

Adding Insult To Injury: Housing Discrimination Against Survivors of Domestic Violence (PDF - 153.61 KB)

A report illustrating the extent of brazen housing discrimination against survivors of domestic violence.

Let Them Rent Cake: George Pataki, Market Ideology, and the Attempt to Destroy Rent Regulation in New York (PDF - 285.59 KB)

The article focuses on how and why New York substantially weakened rent regulation in 1997.

At the Crossroads: Is There Hope for Civil Rights Law Enforcement in New York City? (PDF - 346.32 KB)

The conclusions of the report, cited by the City Council in strengthening the statutory requirements for New York City Human Rights Commission investigations, remain pertinent to an unreformed and unrepentant agency, as well as to the failure of the City's Law Department to meet its obligations to defend and uphold the law.