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Nov
10
2014
Testimony on Correction of Gender Markers on Birth Records

Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union before The New York City Council Committee on Health regarding Legislation Relating to the Correction of Gender Markers on Birth Records (Int. No. 491 and Int. No. 492) November 10, 2014 I. Introduction

Feb
25
2014
Testimony Before the New York City Council Committee on Education

Testimony of Johanna Miller and Robert Hodgson before The New York City Council Committee on Education regarding the treatment of LGBTQ students, family and staff in the NYC public school system. [1] February 25, 2014

Oct
31
2013
Testimony Before the New York City Council Committee on Civil Rights Regarding Anti-LGBT Hate Crimes in NYC

The New York Civil Liberties Union respectfully submits the following testimony regarding anti-LGBT hate crimes in New York City. I would like to thank the Committee on Civil Rights for giving the NYCLU the opportunity to provide testimony today regarding the need for preventative work on this issue in public schools.

Jun
14
2011
Testimony Regarding the Department of Education’s Efforts to Combat Bullying

Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union before the New York City Council on the Department of Education’s efforts to combat bullying & proposed resolutions 473-a and 474-a. The New York Civil Liberties Union respectfully submits the following testimony regarding the Department of Education’s efforts to combat bullying and the City Council’s support of the Safe Schools Improvement Act (Resolution 473-A in support of H.R. 1648/S.506) and the Student Non-Discrimination Act (Resolution 474-A in support of H.R.998/S.555).

Jun
13
2011
Testimony Regarding Bullying in New York City Public Schools

Testimony of Udi Ofer and Johanna Miller on Behalf of the New York Civil Liberties Union Before the New York City Council Education Committee on Introduction 354, Requiring that the Department of Education Report Data Regarding Student Discharges.

Jan
28
2008
NYCLU Strongly Supports Calling on the President, Congress, and the DOD to Rescind Don't Ask Don't Tell

Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union Staff Attorney Matt Faiella before The Council of the City of New York Committee on Veterans and Committee on Civil Rights regarding Proposed Res. No. 1170-A: Resolution calling on the President, the U.S. Congress and the U.S. Department of Defense to rescind the current “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Don’t Pursue” policy and allow lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered persons to serve openly in the military.

Oct
30
2006
Regarding Proposed Birth Certificate Requirements For Transgender Persons

Testimony Of Elisabeth Ryden Benjamin On Behalf Of The New York Civil Liberties Union Before The New York City Department Of Health And Mental Hygiene Regarding Proposed Birth Certificate Requirements For Transgender Persons

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