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No More Weight Shaming: New York City Law Protects People from Discrimination Based on Height and Weight New York City…
More than 75 percent of all marching groups in this year’s Pride March are non-profit organizations, and more than half of all marching groups are participating free-of-charge.
Objections to pronouns align with the larger goal for nurturing of an environment which aims to exclude trans people, and one that certainly objects to any trans-visibility, let alone celebration.
The countries which offer full legal protection to women are – Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.
US Open is the first sporting event in history to offer equal prize money for men and women competitors and this year will mark 50th anniversary of this landmark.
Starting November 1, most New York City employers must list the salary range on all posted job ads, promotions and transfer opportunities. This new law makes NYC the largest municipality in the U.S. to enforce pay transparency for both external and internal job advertisements.
FOR THE FIRST time in the history of the New York City Marathon, prize money will be awarded to non-binary runners during next month’s race.
According to Maternity Care Deserts (2022) Report by March of Dimes, access to maternity care is decreasing in the parts of the U.S. that need it the most, affecting nearly 7 million women of childbearing age and some 500,000 babies.
Many individuals conflate #ColorDiscrimination with #RaceDiscrimination, but the two are not the same. New York color and race discrimination lawyer Jack Tuckner explains the difference between race and color discrimination and what your #rights are under the law.