NYLPI Praises Mayor’s Health Care Guarantee For all New Yorkers

January 10, 2019

Laura F. Redman, NYLPI’s Health Justice Director, was quoted in Mayor Bill de Blasio’s announcement.



Fair Play Lobby Day Brings New York City Public School Students to City Hall to Demand Equity in Access to Sports Teams

December 10, 2018

Students will demand an end to racially discriminatory sports team allocations by the Public School Athletic League.



New Yorkers Applaud Sanitation Salvage’s Closure

November 28, 2018

Garbage haulage company involved in two horrific deaths closes its doors after years of advocacy.



Lead Poisoning Report: New York Has Gone 14 Years Without A Single Enforcement Action on Private Lead Inspection Law

September 25, 2018

Ambitious laws to protect the city’s children from lead poisoning have gone without enforcement.



NYLPI, Stroock, and Advocates For Justice Win Decision in Case Against Success Academy Charter School for Discriminating Against Children With Disabilities

August 3, 2018

Success Academy must face a discrimination case over its “got-to-go” lists, and more, a judge rules.



NYLPI Supports New Anti-Discrimination Legal Guidance For New Yorkers With Disabilities

July 30, 2018

The commission’s guidance signals that New Yorkers with disabilities are being heard.



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