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Harassment and discrimination on the basis of race, national origin, age, and disability (including having COVID-19 or another serious illness) is illegal under the New York City Human Rights Law. For example, in recent weeks, we have heard several instances of hostility and harassment directed at Chinese and other Asian individuals and communities related to COVID-19 anxiety.
If you have faced harassment or discrimination in housing, at work, or in any public place, contact the Commission by filling out this online form or by calling 311 and asking for "human rights." If you are a victim of or witness a hate crime, call 911.
These sources are verified information from government agencies and public health authorities:
Arts Education Resources for Arts Educators from the Arts Education Partnership
COVID-19 Resource and Response Center from Americans for the Arts
Cornerstone Cares has released a free COVID-19 resource center for everything from stress management to working from home.