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 Italian American Civil Rights League
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1460 Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 1B
Brooklyn, NY 11239
Since 1974, IACRL has developed a proven track record of success by providing quality programming and services throughout the various communities we serve. We are proud to be an organization who has received acknowledgment in regards to our programmatic and fiscal management. IACRL was originally founded to fight discrimination against Italian Americans, but over the past four decades, we have evolved to become one of the most recognized agencies offering community based education and employment services in the East New York, Brownsville, Canarsie and surrounding areas.  Read more>>> 
Phone: 718.642.2180
Fax: 718.642.2857
Auxiliary Aids/Services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. 
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Italian American Civil Rights League (IACRL) is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program provider. We do not discriminate against any individual because of race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or political affiliation. State relay TDD/TTY 1-800-662-1220 IACRL does not look over entire third-party sites nor do we control them, we shall not be held responsible for them or any of their content.
The Role of the EO Officer/Liaison?
An Equal Opportunity Officer is responsible for coordinating a recipient's obligations under 29 CFR Part 37.25. Those responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Serving as the recipient's liaison with CRC;
  •  Monitoring and investigating the recipient's activities, and the activities of the entities that receive WIA Title I financial assistance from the recipient, to make sure that the recipient and its sub-recipients are not violating their nondiscrimination and equal opportunity obligations under WIA Title I and 29 CFR Part 37;
  • Reviewing the recipient's written policies to make sure that those policies are nondiscriminatory;
  • Developing and publishing the recipient's procedures for processing discrimination complaints, and making sure that those procedures are followed;
  • Reporting directly to the appropriate official about equal opportunity matters;
  • Undergoing training (at the recipient's expense) to maintain competency; and
  • If applicable, overseeing the development and implementation of the recipient's Methods of Administration under 29 CFR § 37.5
  • For more information, visit http://www.dol.gov/oasam/programs/crc/rnr.htm
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Equal Opportunity  (EO) Liaison

Phone: 718-642-2180

Email: iacrl1@aol.com

Physical address:
Italian American Civil Rights League, Suite 1B
Brooklyn, New York 11239

Office Hours: 9:00AM-5:00PM
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