An important NYC human rights agency comes back to life

In my fuzzy mind, the Commission on Human Rights sounded like a federal agency, so I was pretty surprised–and very pleased–to hear that not only it is a New York City agency but that Mayor De Blasio’s newly appointed commissioner is set to revivify it.

A really good, informative piece from the New York Times: New Commissioner Vows to Revitalize Agency That Fights Discrimination in New York –

Footnote: Outten and Golden, the law firm in which the new commissioner, Carmelyn P. Malalis, was until her appointment a partner is to my knowledge one of the best employment law firms in the city. An excellent augury.

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