Candidates Who Aced the FDNY’s Entrance Exam May be Victims of Race Discrimination in New York, Civil Rights Violation Attorney Investigates

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New York civil rights violation attorneys are following a situation in which a federal court judge ruled that the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) exam was racially biased against minorities. As a result of this ruling a number of minority candidates, who were top scorers on the exam the last time it was administered, were stopped from starting their training at the academy. The judge had ruled that the exam was racially biased because, when this exam was given in previous years, minority candidates had scored low. A number of New York civil rights violation attorneys, including David Perecman of The Perecman Firm, understand both the irony of the race discrimination situation and the frustration of these men.

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