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NYC Commission on Human Rights to Probe Drug Testing of New Parents
McSilver’s COO weighed in as the NYC Commission on Human Rights announced an investigation into maternal drug testing practices at several NYC hospitals.
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Black Spartacus Book Talk: Sudhir Hazareesingh and Peniel Joseph
NYU McSilver co-sponsored a discussion by 2 leading historians about Toussaint Louverture, the most prominent Haitian Revolution leader.
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McSilver Institute Statement on the 2020 Presidential Election
“The American people have spoken, and the results are historic,” began the NYU McSilver Institute’s statement on November 7, 2020.
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McSilver Applauds NYC Human Rights Commission Youth Initiative Launch

The New York City Commission on Human Rights, in partnership with over 60 schools and organizations (complete list below) that educate and work with young people, announces the launch of a new comprehensive program called Youth for Equity and Solidarity. The program will educate over 5,000 young people this year, ages 13-21, and includes the creation of the Commission’s first youth advisory council (YES Council).
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