Activists took to the steps of City Hall Friday to rally in support of non-discrimination laws, which the police union is trying to get rid of.
Last year, the City Council passed the Community Safety Act over the veto of then-Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The law makes it easier for people to sue the New York City Police Department if they felt they had been profiled.
The Patrolman's Benevolent Association filed a lawsuit against the legislation.
They say it unfairly punishes officers who are trying to do their job.