Local Implementation: New York City, New York (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

UJC 2008 CERD Shadow Report finds "There is a fundamental race problem in New York City. Race discrimination is evident in the disparities seen in almost all spheres of life including education, employment, housing, health, child welfare, criminal justice, mental health, domestic violence, immigration, and voting."

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CERD treaty, racial disparity, New York City, human rights mechanisms, inequality

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