Mayor Bill de Blasio – Be there for the beginning of 100 days of action !

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Let’s get to work. January 19th. Columbus Circle.

 

Thursday night, I’ll join New Yorkers from all walks of life at Trump International Hotel and Tower to begin the work of protecting our city’s values. Our next president and his administration need to hear from all New Yorkers before he takes office.

They need to hear that neighborhood policing has made our city safer and can make our country safer. They need to remember that millions of Americans and New Yorkers’ very lives rely on the Affordable Care Act. They need to remember that women deserve our respect and respect means the right to make their own healthcare decisions and access to affordable, high quality service providers like Planned Parenthood.

They need to remember that New York learned first hand, after Hurricane Sandy, that Climate Change is real and that our city proves every day that immigrants are part of what makes America great. They need to remember our Muslim neighbors deserve to be treated with respect.

It won’t be easy. But as Abraham Lincoln once said in this very city, let us have faith that RIGHT makes MIGHT. This is New York. Nothing about who we are changed on Election Day.

Let’s get to work. January 19th. Columbus Circle. Be there for the beginning of 100 days of action to protect the values of our next president’s hometown.

Mayor Bill de Blasio

Act of discriminatory harassment are not tolerated in NYC.

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If another person threatens, harasses or intimidates you, or uses violence or coercion against you on the subway, bus, street, or in any public space because of your protected status under the NYC Human Rights Law such as race, color, religion/ creed, national origin, gender, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation or immigration status, please report it by calling 311 or the NYC Commission on Human Rights’ Infoline at (718) 722-3131. These acts of discriminatory harassment are not tolerated in NYC and are prohibited by the NYC Human Rights Law.

Learn how your right to live safely and free from discrimination is protected by the NYC Commission on Human Rights at NYC.gov/HumanRights.

NYC Commission On Human Rights

Discriminatory harassment is threats, intimidation, harassment, coercion or violence that:

  • Interferes with a person’s civil or constitutional rights; and
  • Is motivated in part by that person’s actual or perceived race, creed, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, or alienage or citizenship status or other protected status.

http://www1.nyc.gov/site/cchr/media/harassment.page

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