New Black Voices’ Mission
New Black Voices’ mission is to promote tolerance and understanding among all peoples, and offer assistance to Americans and immigrants that are victims of racial discrimination.
It’s mission is accomplished via the following: Planning, implementing and strengthening local and national programs that promote tolerance and understanding among people of various ethnicities.
Monitoring legislation, policies, and programs that affect the civil rights of Americans of color and immigrants in America. Providing informational, networking, and other assistance to our members and to the general public.
If you believe your Civil Rights have been violated, or if you need legal information on Civil Rights issues, please click on the information listed in numbers below. This information is made available through our sponsored show, Ask THE LAWYER. 1. Who Can I Sue? 2. What Is A 50-H Hearing? 3. Filing A Notice Of Claim In New York 4. New York Wrongful Discharge 5. Racial Discrimination 6. Gender Discrimination 7. Mistreatment By Police 8. Jail Neglect & Abuse 9. Racial Profiling 10. Police Misconduct 11. Police Dogs 12. False Arrest – Illegal Detention 13. Excessive Use Of Force By Police 14. Deadly Force
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Your support helps defend and protect people who are instinctively denied an opportunity through a functional diversity program. Be a beacon of hope for Diversity, Inclusion & Equality. Donate today. Your Donation is 100% Tax-Deductible. Your tax-deductible donation can also help stop human rights violations. Protect Human Rights. One-time & monthly gifts. All gifts Tax-Deductible. We are a 501(c)(3) charity.
Founded in 2019, D.I.E is a unique operating organization for professionals working in Equal Opportunity, Diversity, Affirmative Action, and related fields. Building on his experience of more than two decades, founder Brian Figeroux, Esq. who has excelled in Civil Rights, Employment Law, Business Law & Development and served as advisor of several Chambers of Commerce in New York City, is taking his work expertise and knowledge to help the public and private sector. Mr. Figeroux endeavors to develop and devise programs where inclusion is instinctive, as Inclusion without Diversity is Inequality, and Equality makes both businesses and government more productive.