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Weeks after a summer input session, the city’s Racial Justice Commission has released a report outlining persistent patterns of inequity experienced by New Yorkers that it would like to address with proposals to revise the Big Apple’s charter.
The NYC Racial Justice Commission, which consists of a temporary committee of 11 people, identified six systemic barriers to power, access and opportunity for minorities based on feedback from virtual sessions, online surveys, conversations with leaders in racial justice work and a variety of other disciplines across the five boroughs, including a session that was held at Borough Hall at the Helen Marshall Atrium in Kew Gardens on Aug. 5.
The city’s Racial Justice Commission, a temporary committee of 11 people empowered with the authority to propose revisions to the Big Apple’s charter, will conclude its first round of virtual and citywide input sessions on Sept. 9 in Manhattan.
An input session was held at Borough Hall at the Helen Marshall Atrium in Kew Gardens on Aug. 5.